Jim Elliot

Salmon Arm RCMP honour fallen comrade

Police and firefighters honour victims of Nova Scotia shootings with minute of silence

CSRD grants $5,000 payment to Sorrento Food Bank

The money will help the food bank stay stocked amid increased demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sicamous Farmers Market opens online ordering service

Meat, mushroom and wine producers are already taking orders

Shuswap communities prepare for possibility of spring flooding

Chase has sand and sandbags available for those who are concerned about creeks bursting their banks

Rude, abusive behaviour directed at essential service staff at Shuswap landfills

Lack of respect for staff, regulations, may lead to halting of recycling and yard waste dumping

Rude, abusive behaviour directed at essential service staff at Shuswap landfills

Lack of respect for staff, regulations, may lead to halting of recycling and yard waste dumping

Salmon Arm woman discusses COVID-19’s effects on people with diabetes

Virus prevention and the cost of medicine for those out of work are at the front of Nel Peach’s mind.

Sicamous firefighters douse motorhome fire

The vehicle was in a backyard on Main Street when it caught fire.

Two flights through Kelowna airport in April had COVID-19 case aboard

One incoming and one outgoing flight carried someone who later tested positive for the virus.

Donated Easter baskets and sweets appreciated by Sicamous food bank

Warren Jensen and Brenda Silver want children to have something to look forward to

Sicamous pushes back property tax deadline amid COVID-19

Stimulus package for businesses also being developed.

Shuswap History in Pictures: The S.S. Whitesmith under construction

The steam ship would eventually sink during a storm in 1933.

Online resources available to learn about invasive plants in Columbia Shuswap region

Knowledge is especially important for gardeners to ensure they’re not planting invasives

Conservation officers patrol closed North Okanagan and Shuswap rec sites over Easter long weekend

Warnings and formal orders to vacate were issued to more than 30 people.

Police watchdog investigates after man seriously injured during arrest near Sicamous

The incident took place around noon on Tuesday, April 14

Chase Fire Department responds to grass fire on Trans-Canada Highway

Residents called the fire department after seeing rising smoke

Sicamous Communities in Bloom projects to continue despite cancellation of judging

It is hoped projects promoting local produce will be front and centre in 2020

Contact free food drive to help Salmon Arm food banks with COVID-19 pinch

There will be a drop off point set up at the Five Corners church on Saturday, April 18.

Shuswap firefighters respond to halted train in Notch Hill

Firefighters investigated one of the engines in the middle of the train before it moved on.

South Shuswap residents criticize upgrades to Balmoral Road/Highway 1 intersection

Reliance on frontage roads and narrow underpasses near Blind Bay not good enough