Barb Brouwer

Changes at school district prompt disharmony over music program

Former School District #83 superintendent calls for independent review

Salvation Army needs volunteers to help with food bank, kettles

Salmon Arm’s Lighthouse Shelter now open and 2018 Christmas campaign begins

Two Shuswap businesses get federal research funds

Okanagan College researching food sustainability and better climate control for greenhouses

Salmon Arm’s Hillcrest subdivision named for First World War veteran

In 1921, after taking poultry correspondence courses, Dick Richards opened Hillcrest Poultry Farm

Weighing in on B.C. debate on proportional representation

Shuswap MLA, Salmon Arm doctor express their opposing views on referendum

Flakes of winter fall on Salmon Arm

Winter dresses the town in white, more forecast overnight

Gridlock on Highway 1 in Shuswap angers market owner

Owner of DeMille’s Farm Market in Salmon Arm says store is suffering as ministry paves during day

Gridlock on highway at Salmon River Bridge angers market owner

Brad DeMille says his store is suffering from long lines of idling vehicles as MOTI paves road

Future of Gardom Lake Park up for discussion

Residents concerned that licence for park between Salmon Arm and Enderby won’t be renewed.

Speed limit on Trans-Canada Highway reduced in two Shuswap sections

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure follows up on study of B.C. highways

School district and industry collaborate on reading program

LASS, with funds from Valid Manufacturing, to provide after-school help in four Salmon Arm schools

Seniors’ Resource Centre offers services and socializing in Salmon Arm

Programs are provided by three part-time staff and 80 volunteers

Late run sockeye salmon numbers lower than 2014

Counts not complete but run expected at 75 per cent of the 2.1 million in last dominant run year

Artists illuminate the darkness with upcoming exhibit

Salmon Arm Art Gallery is pleased to present Dark Nights White Lights, Nov. 16 to Dec. 22

BC resident calls for national plan to tackle plastic

Shuswap petition calls for zero plastic waste in Canada by 2030

Salmon Arm resident calls for national plan to tackle plastic

Petition needs 500 signatures to be presented in the House of Commons

Yankee Flats Road resident concerned repairs won’t be complete before winter

Ministry says road paving will take place Nov. 2 - weather permitting

New express bus to stop daily in Salmon Arm

Rider Express to provide bus service between Vancouver and Calgary and stops in between

Shuswap student a big hit at UBCM conference

Delegates, ministers at Union of BC Municipalities impressed by Gray Simms’ knowledge and attitude

Shuswap school trustees anxious to get going

Marianne VanBuskirk and Amanda Krebs grateful for community’s trust.