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Moose on the loose!

Revelstoke are used to seeing bears wander around town — but a moose sighting is definitely not a common occurrence.

International youth theatre workshop coming to Revelstoke

Revelstoke to host David Glass & his experimental youth theatre workshop about youth response to Norwegian terrorist Anders Breivik

Conservative leadership candidate visits

Erin O’Toole will be at the local Conservative annual general meeting and a reception Saturday

Lanny McDonald helps heritage project

Hockey Hall of Famer sits down for interview while in Vernon with Kidston Elementary student

Public session targets invasive invaders

The Invasive Species Council of B.C. will hold a public session Thursday at Vernon's Okanagan College

Wild sign six Penticton players prior to camp

The Okanagan Wild have filled six of its roster spots with Penticton players.

Keep vehicles clear of snow

Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP remind motorists after pulling over a vehicle on Highway 97 with hardly any snow cleared from windshield

Conservative leadership candidate stops

Lisa Raitt will be at Vernon's Schubert Centre Friday from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Snow creates challenging driving conditions

Compact snow with slippery sections reported on most major routes

Alberta man wanted

RCMP: Joshua Saskiw has a warrant for trafficking in a controlled substance

Snowmobilers located by search crews

Snowmobilers were lost in the Hunter's Range area near Enderby and Sicamous

Avalanche Canada issues Special Public Avalanche Warning

Avalanche warning covers North Rockies and parts of Cariboo and North Columbia Mountains

Time to drive like it’s winter

On Monday morning, many Shuswap residents awoke to find another six inches or so of snow

NDP candidate acclaimed in Shuswap constituency

Sylvia Lindgren will take on Liberal incumbent Greg Kyllo in May's election

Resolve to prioritize loved ones

New Year’s resolutions, they say, are destined to be broken.

Year In Review: November, December

• Shuswap Theatre took a big project under its umbrella. The theatre is featuring Mary Poppins for the first time.

Year In Review: September, October

Turnout was up for the 119th Salmon Arm Fair. More than 10,000 people attended the Sept. 9 to 11 event.

Stuck gym lockers, job queries top 2016 list of reasons to not call 911

Non-emergency calls can delay the response to a legitimate emergency

Year In Review: July, August

Happy Canada Day, eh? Local RV tour operators Michael and Carla Van Der Kraats say they were harassed and threatened through social media.

Year In Review: May, June

RCMP were asking for the public’s help in finding a missing 27-year-old woman with connections to Salmon Arm.