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Greg Kyllo: Public service with B.C. government continues to offer challenges and rewards
Rather like slipping into a familiar old sweater, I have been easing my way back to working full time
Highway 1 was closed to traffic due to a vehicle incident but is expected to open to regular traffic by 9 a.m.
Interior Health is reminding people to stay home if they have colds or the flu and avoid emergency rooms unless symptoms are severe.
Salmon Arm Nature Bay Enhancement Society would like aerial records of work being done to improve habitat on Salmon Arm foreshore.
The Silver Creek couple was treated for smoke inhalation in hospital and released the same day.
Shuswap Dance Center students brought the magic of Christmas to the stage last week.
Stories of interest to the Shuswap to start off your day.
Drive BC cautions drivers to drive for conditions as several sections of highway are slippery.
Several Mount Ida residents put their writing skills where their mouths were to create The Many Faces of Mt. Ida
School closures in Silver Creek and Armstrong are off the table, but Sicamous schools are still being debated.
The Salmar community is mourning the loss of a longtime employee and friend.
Bird count: Naturalists host annual species survey.
“The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,” reads Clement Clarke Moore’s well-loved Christmas poem.
André Al Kaed is looking forward to Christmas with joy for the first time in four years.
The Shuswap Youth Choir caroled their way around downtown Salmon Arm on Monday.
While you might be getting chocolate or socks in your stocking Christmas morning, the tradition began with bags of gold.
Laughter ricochets around the room as five Syrian newcomers share their Christmas traditions
Both the Trans-Canada Highway and Highway 97A have slippery sections in the Sicamous area.
The board remains the same but the movies change constantly.