• Police are seeking the public's help in identifying this suspect involved in a recent break-in at Nk'Mip Corner Petro Canada. (RCMP - surveillance screen capture)
    RCMP seek public’s help identifying Nk’Mip Petro Canada break-in suspect

    Osoyoos RCMP are seeking leads from the public to identify a suspect involved in a break-in at the Nk’Mip Corner Petro Canada service station last Saturday. Police were alerted to the break, enter and theft at 3:44...

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  • Principal Dave Foster (left) and Vice Principal Jason McAllister are happy to see the return of students to Osoyoos Elementary School.
    School board appoints new principals

    While one vice-principal is leaving, another administrator is getting ready to take on a new role in Osoyoos. Osoyoos Elementary School vice-principal Jason McAllister is preparing to say goodbye to students, staff and parents as he looks forward...

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  • Dr. Peter Entwistle says when healthcare is more than half of all provincial spending and when other issues all have a health aspect, a doctor with his background can help to remedy the system as MLA . Pictured here, he examines the X-Ray of Penticton Vees player Ty Amonte, taking a short break from in interview about his decision to run as an independent candidate in the May 9 provincial election. (Richard McGuire photo)
    For independent candidate Dr. Peter Entwistle, all politics is about health

    For independent candidate Dr. Peter Entwistle, the May 9 provincial election is all about healthcare. Not only is healthcare the most important issue – accounting for more than half the provincial budget – but every other issue...

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  • All five teams have been finalized for Western Canada Cup tournament

    Junior hockey fans from Osoyoos might very well be interested in making the short trip to Penticton to watch the best Junior A teams in Western Canada battle for the chance to get to the Royal Bank...

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    Police seek suspect after Oliver shooting

    Oliver RCMP are still looking for a suspect following a shooting Wednesday night. Police contained an area around a Tulameen Street residence in Oliver on Wednesday evening in an attempt to locate a suspect involved in a shooting....

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  • Osoyoos was ranked 25th out of the 34 most breathtaking places in North America in an article published on Expedia.ca. (Expedia photo)
    Expedia names Osoyoos as one of the ‘most breathtaking places’ in North America

    The town of Osoyoos has been named one of the most “breathtaking places” to visit in North America by the popular travel website Expedia.ca. Osoyoos was ranked 25th out of “The 34 Most Breathtaking Places in North...

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    AUDIO: Osoyoos Times top stories for April 19 – CIRO Radio 106.5 FM

    Every week the Osoyoos Times does a broadcast on CIRO Radio 106.5 FM, the Osoyoos community station, of our top news stories that week. This is the broadcast for Wednesday, April 19, 2017.

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  • When heavy rains hit on Friday, a small pond formed on Hwy. 3 at the Osoyoos Visitor Centre. Big trucks barrelled through, sending water in all directions, while small cars gingerly inched forward as water reached above their axels. (Richard McGuire photo)
    Recent rainfall breaking some daily records

    Anyone who lives in the South Okanagan who has stepped outside over the past six weeks will know that this year has been exceptionally rainy. It’s actually broken some daily records, according to Environment Canada Meteorologist Matt...

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  • Marilyn Mulldoon spoke to Osoyoos council on Monday about a proposal to use the current Destination Osoyoos offices as a walk-in clinic. She is also working with Brenda Dorosz and Gaye Horn. (Keith Lacey photo)
    Group proposes walk-in clinic at DO offices

    A group calling itself Residents for Healthcare that is concerned about the lack of physicians and large numbers of local residents who can’t access a family doctor has proposed turning the current home of Destination Osoyoos into...

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  • Vancouver developer Chris Morardian made a special presentation to Town of Osoyoos council on Monday detailing his vision to develop a 175-unit housing development across from the Walnut Beach Resort on Lakeshore Drive in Osoyoos. The development would feature townhouses, condos and single-family homes as well as several community amenities, said Morardian. (Keith Lacey photo)
    Council approves Lakeshore Drive housing development

    Construction of dozens of homes along Lakeshore Drive are expected to begin after Town of Osoyoos council has given its final approval for the controversial housing development on Tuesday. The development, which will be located on 14.2...

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