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2024 B.C. cherry season the pits after ‘devastating’ cold snap

2024 B.C. cherry season the pits after ‘devastating’ cold snap

The B.C. Cherry Association expects 2024 harvests to be ‘dramatically reduced’
UPDATE: Water system failure leaves Osoyoos on boil water advisory

UPDATE: Water system failure leaves Osoyoos on boil water advisory

Power outage at the station caused reservoir to run dry, and the main reservoir critically low
So far no immediate federal help for B.C.’s devastated fruit and wine growers

So far no immediate federal help for B.C.’s devastated fruit and wine growers

South Okanagan MP takes to the floor to push for aid but feds offer no promises
Naramata Inn hosts memory cafe for dementia-friendly community

Naramata Inn hosts memory cafe for dementia-friendly community

Local resident Dr. Howard Feldman challenged Canadians to make their communities more supportive
A snowy Super Bowl Sunday in the South Okanagan

A snowy Super Bowl Sunday in the South Okanagan

Snow is supposed to stop later this morning and pick up again Sunday night
Scavenger hunts planned across Okanagan-Similkameen for Family Day

Scavenger hunts planned across Okanagan-Similkameen for Family Day

Events planned in community parks across the region
‘We put words into action’: 54-unit Healing House opens in Penticton

‘We put words into action’: 54-unit Healing House opens in Penticton

Supportive housing project represents a $15.9 million investment from the B.C. government
Okanagan-Similkameen to workshop short-term rentals regulations

Okanagan-Similkameen to workshop short-term rentals regulations

Regional district directors split on issue of short-term rental regulations
Slippery sections on Highway 97 in the South Okanagan: DriveBC

Slippery sections on Highway 97 in the South Okanagan: DriveBC

Advisory also issued for Highway 3 with morning temperatures below 0 C on Feb. 9
‘Months, not weeks’ until Highway 97 fully reopens north of Summerland

‘Months, not weeks’ until Highway 97 fully reopens north of Summerland

A massive amount of rock has been removed and much more remains