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An original bedtime story that Terry Magnus used to read to his daughter every night is now a full-fledged novel  . . . 20...

An Oliver hairdresser was brought to tears recently when a longtime client donated her locks for cancer patients. Monica Nemes from Innervisions was “very touched”...

Combining great food and wine with the confines of a small film festival has proven to be a recipe for success. The world’s largest culinary...

Evan Della Paolera is living the dream shared by so many Canadian hockey players by being able to play the game he loves at...

A new Netflix series has given the Archie Comics a dark new twist, and an actor from Oliver is part of the new drama...

Jennifer Fraser has many passions – with good wine, writing and spending vacations in Osoyoos near the top of her personal list. She has combined...

Teaching arithmetic for 31 years is enough to make anyone’s head spin, so retirement is looking good for Barry Gruntman. The accomplished athlete and math...

Jason Bayda has long been the acting commanding officer of the Osoyoos RCMP Detachment, but now that position is permanent – along with a...

The ancestors of humans gathered their food in trees of the forests, so Richard Walker is drawing from the distant past when he promotes...

Osoyoos Indian Band Chief Clarence Louie admits that he’s in the last quarter of his life. But he’s going to spend that last quarter...

The most politically engaged students of Oliver are especially passionate about tackling the issues of extreme poverty and mental illness. During a lunch break recently...

It took more than 60 years to do it, but Doreen Cox has achieved the dream for every diehard cribbage player. Cox, 72, first started...

When Paddy Head was a young jockey in the 1970s, she was once offered a bribe to slow down her horse and lose. She was...

When it was first conceived by three Osoyoos women, the Osoyoos Gift Cupboard was intended to be a box where people could help themselves...