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The restorative justice program is so “powerful” that it brought one Oliver man to tears recently. “It’s so emotional watching these kids turn around and...

When you walk into the basement of the Osoyoos Baptist Church every Thursday morning, you can smell the aroma of good food, while hearing...

In past winters, Allen and Laura Hall have left Alberta and driven to Yuma, Arizona for a little warmth. When the dollar exchange became less...

Some snowbirds like the South Okanagan so much that they decide to become year-round residents. That was the case for Bonnie and Aubrey Rhys,...

Snowbirds are well represented among those taking part in programs for seniors during winter months at the Sonora Community Centre in Osoyoos. “We don’t do...

Every Thursday morning from mid-September until the end of May, seniors and especially snowbirds flock to the Cactus Centre in Osoyoos for a basic...

Tony Batista has long been saying he plans to find a rich woman and retire at age 50. On Oct, 22, he celebrated his 50th...

When it rains in the valley, it’s snowing up on Mount Baldy, as visitors found out at an open house for the revived ski...

The president of Doctors of BC is proud to welcome first year medical students to the University of BC, particularly when one of those...

Numerous members of the Okanagan Nation Alliance (ONA) paid a visit to the Okanagan River Channel recently to count and measure the sockeye salmon...

A small group of people in Oliver is taking advantage of TIME. Together in Movement and Exercise (TIME) has started up again at the Oliver...

Oliver Landing is nearly ready for takeoff. “We can’t wait to start putting pipes in the ground,” said David Perehudoff, president of the housing development. After...

The Osoyoos man who was deemed a local – and national – hero for his role during a frightening school bus hijacking 20 years...