Jim Elliot

Black bear and cubs spotted in Salmon Arm park

The city is warning residents about the bears in the well-used trail system.

Sicamous announces cancellation of public events during the summer

Canada Day celebrations, Bike Days and strength competition all affected

COVID-19 recovery kits to be available for Sicamous businesses

Supplies such as masks and gloves being provided by chamber, instructional videos coming

Sicamous transportation society caters low-cost lunches to seniors

Eagle Valley Transportation changes role in response to COVID-19

Residents of Newsome Creek in South Shuswap bracing for freshet

It is hoped a culvert replacement project could be scaled up to fix the eroding creek bank

Options for Salmon Arm schools costly, funding for new capital unlikely

Discussion of School District #83 long-term facilities plan continues

Owner seeks return of missing Shuswap tortoise

Cruz the tortoise weighs more than 60 lbs and may have sought shelter in a barn or shed

Owner seeks return of missing Shuswap tortoise

Cruz the tortoise weighs more than 60 lbs and may have sought shelter in a barn or shed

Shuswap school puts students, families’ culinary skills to the test

Chase’s Haldane Elementary holding Masterchef challenge, sharing images of plates online

Shuswap school puts students, families’ culinary skills to the test

Chase’s Haldane Elementary holding Masterchef challenge, sharing images of plates online

Video: Sicamous thanks dedicated food bank driver

Joe Sanche has delivered over 100,000 lbs of food to the food bank in the past year.

RCMP seek witnesses of fatal highway crash in Peachland

Police got the call about the fatal crash at 9:45 p.m. on May 1.

Weather warning calls for gusty winds in the Okanagan and Shuswap

Localized thunderstorms and snow on mountain passes are also expected.

Shuswap tourism businesses brace for COVID-19’s effects on summer season

Hotels and recreation operations are seeing cancellations and decreased bookings

Okanagan-Shuswap gun club leaders react to Canadian government’s firearm ban

Restricted firearm owners are disappointed in the federal government’s ban

Conservation officers investigate after bear shot and later burned in Shuswap gravel pit

WARNING: This story contains an image which some people may find disturbing…

Unusual winged visitor makes a stop in the Shuswap

The bird’s few inland nesting colonies are both hundreds of kilometres away

District grant helps residents and staff in Sicamous seniors facilities stay safe and connected

The $2,000 grant will help pay for personal protective equipment

SASCU taking applications for small business relief

Fund provides interest-free loans of up to $40,000

Former Eagles win honours in college, international hockey

Colby Sherlock had a rookie-of-the-year season in the ACHA while Wesley Howerton is off to Sweden.