Barb Brouwer

North a blues builder

Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival artistic director Peter North has received yet another accolade.

Vandals hit Salmon Arm Secondary School

Police report that both the Sullivan and Jackson campuses were vandalized in the early morning hours of June 6.

Federal funds critical to TCH upgrade

Salmon Arm: Council hears timeline for upgrading work depends on cost-sharing.

Montebello Block Takes Shape

The downtown core of Salmon Arm is rising at R.J. Haney Heritage Village.

Getting a lift from a new lid

Shannon Thernes shed a lot of tears on Monday – tears of joy.

Salmon Arm to sizzle this weekend

Environment Canada forecasts record-breaking temperatures as a large ridge of high pressure builds over the Shuswap.

Putting service before self

Meet Art Ritchie, Salmon Arm pioneer, orchardist, forestry worker and much more.

Approaches differ on reducing city’s fire risk

City of Salmon Arm council members were more appreciative of a wildfire risk management presentation at the May 24 meeting

Homeboy in hometown concert

Loving life on the cross-country tour with Gordon Bamford and Joe Nichols, Jesse Mast is excited to be performing for a hometown crowd

Interior Health rescinds water advisory on Shuswap Lake

The Health authority is satisfied levels of contaminants from a March 14 spill at Canoe Forest Products do not pose a threat to water users.

Policing costs on the rise

City council's hands tied over projected budget increases.

Homeless for one long night

Seven Grade 9-10 students and three adults spent the night at Marine Peace Park, raising about $1,850 for homeless youth.

Refugee coalition starts letter campaign

volunteers, who have worked hard to make sure they have suitable accommodations, furnishings, clothing and more, have been sitting in limbo.

Welcoming more refugees

Salmon Arm efforts to give Syrian refugees a new home is knitting the community together in unexpected ways.

Problem bear, three cubs euthanized in Salmon Arm

BC Conservation Service says Salmon Arm residents are doing a terrible job of bear prevention.

Word on the Lake is in the books

Writers' festival honours local and national talent

Voicing student concerns

Civics students pitch environmental, anti-homelessness and political-engagement issues to council

Roots and Blues announces final artist list

Along with a stellar list of new additions, four of this year’s artists won awards at the recent Western Canadian Music Awards

Bleachers a barrier to play

Newly installed concrete pads and bleachers make 12-man minor football unsafe

Salmon Arm residents asked to be bear aware as sightings increase

The BC Conservation Service is aware of the presence of bears in the Upper Okanagan area and is asking the public to leave them alone.