- UPDATE: Testalinden Creek fire expands to north leading to increased evacuation alert areaPosted 3 days ago
- Osoyoos senior, little dog scarred in vicious pit bull attackPosted 4 days ago
- Thick smoke from U.S. hampers efforts to fight local firesPosted 4 days ago
- Osoyoos residents can assist fire victims at community BBQ or donations at local banksPosted 4 days ago
- Cameron McRae, ‘well-known to police,’ convicted for possessing stolen propertyPosted 1 week ago
- UPDATE: Testalinden Creek fire grows to 2,500 hectares, but is now 50 per cent containedPosted 1 week ago
- Wildfires rage in every direction – A week to rememberPosted 2 weeks ago
- Province re-opens door to national park reserve, inviting public comment on ‘intentions paper’Posted 2 weeks ago
- National park supporters thrilled with province’s announcement; opponents less pleased with planPosted 2 weeks ago
- Determined Idaho couple successful in helping find missing man during return trip to OsoyoosPosted 2 weeks ago
PROPOSED BYLAW COULD THREATEN PLANS TO INSTALL ELECTRONIC SIGN AT SCHOOL
A year-long project by the Osoyoos Elementary School’s Parent Advisory Council (PAC) has been put on hold due to a new sign bylaw in the works by the Town of Osoyoos. “We want to purchase one of those...
- Posted 5 years ago
DRAFT SIGN BYLAW RAISES CONCERNS WITHIN LOCAL BUSINESS COMMUNITY
“For us to be successful, we at least need to point people in this direction,” said Don Brogan, general manager of Walnut Beach Resort. “We’re off the beaten path, for crying out loud.” Brogan is reacting to initial...
- Posted 6 years ago