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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Council closes door on unilaterally providing homeless shelter

Editor's Note: This is an update of a story first published December 1, 2017 Osoyoos Council has rejected a request to provide a more secure...

Oliver jail already reporting violence, contraband items

By JOE FRIES Penticton Herald New jail, same old problems. Although billed as a state-of-the-art facility with the latest in security features when it opened in January,...

Former Oliver councillor wins back seat in byelection

Our community neighbours to the north have a full Council once more. David Mattes Saturday bested...

Council expected to deny secure space for local homeless

A request to provide a more secure space for a well-known homeless person in the...

Half Corked fully fantastic at national tourism awards

An Oliver-Osoyoos Wine Country event known for its colorfully-garbed participants teetering through the green countryside...

Wet weather expected locally; snow building on mountain highways

Wet weather is on its way, with rain — and maybe snow — expected in...

Local MP’s Species at Risk measure finds support in government

It's not often Canada's federal government finds merit in an opposition measure. But yesterday, MP Richard...

Osoyoos firefighters elect new chief to lead them

The Osoyoos Fire Department has a new chief. In a rare departmental election held Nov. 15,...

Council punts homelessness effort back to community

If Osoyoos is going to resolve homelessness, the effort will start in the community. Osoyoos Council...

Town opts for new road signs — pays $146,276

The Town of Osoyoos is buying new welcome signage for its four highway entrances —...

TELUS plans new cellular tower for East Bench

TELUS Communications has scheduled a public meeting Wednesday for residents living on the Osoyoos East...

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