• REPORT INDICATES THAT OSOYOOS’S SPENDING IS UNSUSTAINABLE

    While Osoyoos’s population and the rate of inflation in B.C. only grew by 32.8 per cent between 2000 and 2008, the Town’s operational spending increased by 102.1 per cent in the same time period, according to a...

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  • TEACHERS, COUNCIL LOOK FOR WAYS TO KEEP OSS FROM CLOSING

    Instead of complaining about the possibility of losing their school, teachers from Osoyoos Secondary School (OSS) turned a recent meeting with their union representative into a “problem-solving session” to explore ideas on how to keep the school...

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  • Bevanda Architecture, which has merged with CEI Architecture Planning Interiors, received a Design Exchange award for the design of this home on 95th Street.  Photo submitted - Click on picture for larger image
    DESIGN AWARDS RECOGNIZE NORTH OSOYOOS HOME

    A home on 95th Street near the head of Osoyoos Lake has been recognized with a prestigious design award for its unique architecture. Nick Bevanda of Bevanda Architecture, a Penticton firm that recently merged with Kelowna-based CEI Architecture...

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  • PROPOSED LAW WOULD ALLOW WINE TO BE SHIPPED ACROSS PROVINCIAL BORDERS

    Kelowna-Lake Country MP Ron Cannan has tabled a motion in the House of Commons to legalize the transport of wines across provincial borders - an idea that has some in the wine industry hoping for change and...

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  • A CHRISTMAS WISH

    Editor: This year my Christmas wish is that children and adults understand the meaning of Christmas. It is not about shopping or getting the biggest, best, newest gadget. It is about giving, caring, sharing and empathy for...

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