Jim Elliot

Grocery runs keep Salmon Arm delivery service busy

Businesses introduce ways to support customers while limiting contact

Shuswap History in Pictures: Horse power

A horse and buggy brings two passengers into Sicamous in the 1920s.

Shuswap food bank gives away three months of food in one week

High demand in face of COVID-19, Eagle Valley Community Support Society appeals for donations

Sicamous offering grants of up to $2,000 to help non-profits through COVID-19

Other measures include accelerating district projects to get companies back to work

Chase public facilities closed due to COVID-19

Playgrounds and public buildings shut to slow spread of virus

Shuswap search and rescue groups taking steps to address COVID-19 concerns

Both marine and land search and rescue organizations up and running

Shuswap fire departments take COVID-19 precautions

In-person training suspended and plans made in case of firefighter shortages

Shuswap residents use art to lift neighbours’ spirits amid COVID-19 crisis

Whether the medium is chalk, paper or paint the message is encouraging.

Shuswap donkey refuge closed to the public due to COVID-19

Online fundraising efforts especially important with spring fundraiser cancelled

Early visits from Shuswap Easter Bunny help fight COVID-19 blues

Joanie Jesso took her bunny costume on the road to offer a safe alternative to large egg hunts

City of Salmon Arm, CSRD and school playgrounds closed

Residents asked to respect closures which will be in effect until further notice

CSRD closes playgrounds to slow spread of COVID-19

Residents asked to respect closure which will be in effect until further notice

Column: Gardening good for the soul and a healthy distraction

Communities in bloom by Deb Heap

Sicamous residents urged to remain calm in the face of COVID-19 pandemic

Mayor Terry Rysz urged residents to cooperate and heed government advice on the virus.

Update: Shuswap road rescue crews still active

Concerns around disease transmission and equipment issues led to decision

Forestry giant Interfor curtails operations in the face of COVID-19

Forestry giant set to reduce production by 60 per cent for at least two weeks.

Columbia Shuswap Regional District office closes due to COVID-19 pandemic

Work will continue via phone and email; landfills and transfer stations will keep operating

Shuswap Emergency Program activates emergency operations centre to assist COVID-19 response

The measure usually reserved for floods and fires was done to help provincial response to virus

Chances, most pubs close due to COVID-19 concerns in the Shuswap

Management group says closure is in response to mandatory reduction of group gatherings