Barb Brouwer

Festival boogies out of the red

In an enormous turnaround, the Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival sees a $185,000 profit in 2016.

Pretty but deadly

Many Shuswap roads are covered in black ice this morning.

Gallery goes Red & White

Salmon Arm Art Gallery's first show of Canada's 150th year opens on Friday, Jan. 20 and continues to Feb. 25.

Festival features fine writers

Registration will soon open for the annual Word on the Lake Writers' Festival, set for May 19 to 21 in Salmon Arm.

Tipping fees to go up in June

It will cost more to send or take garbage to all Columbia Shuswap Regional District landfill or transfer sites.

Video: A morning dip

Ducks take a dip in the pond on the Salmon Arm Okanagan College campus.

Sun’s gone, snow’s coming

Environment Canada forecasts snow, changing to rain by Tuesday night.

Sup soup to support food bank

Okanagan College's Salmon Arm Enactus Club will hold a soup-tasting event to benefit Second Harvest.

Maps feature local farms

Fresh food: Producers can highlight their products

Telus buys local company, Mascon

Both Salmon Arm-based Mascon and Telus representatives say purchase will not change service or staffing levels.

Telus buys Mascon

A local company has sold to a giant, but officials of both organizations say there will be no job loss

Celebrate hot music

If the mounting piles of snow trouble you, think hot – as in hot music in a hot month.

Diet and exercise at heart of program

A new cardiac care program in the Shuswap means patients who have had heart surgery or might avoid an operation can get care at home.

UPDATE: Salmon Arm man injured in collision

Slippery road conditions a factor in two-vehicle collision west of Sicamous.

Put out your Christmas trees

The Salmon Arm Secondary School rugby teams will collect Christmas trees by donation on Jan. 15.

Road maintenance slows traffic

Expect delays of up to 20 minutes at two Trans-Canada locations this morning.

Drones requested to help view hummocks

Did you get a drone for Christmas and would like to test it?

Giving child soldiers a future

If you had five magic stones that could change people, who would you give the stones to?

Fending off flu

Salmon Arm care facilities have so far managed to avoid outbreaks of the H3N2 influenza, which is beginning to peak in Interior Health.

Paddling into the new year

Two adventurers slide down a snowy slope into Shuswap Lake.