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There are around 2,700 students in the school district who rely on school buses, and everyone else on the road
District of Sicamous confirms receipt of application to develop new service station/drive-thru on Highway 1, adjacent to Tim Hortons.
B.C. government awards Shuswap Economic Development with $32,000 from Rural Dividend program.
A salmon run without salmon at Yard Creek has some Shuswap residents wondering what’s going on
Chase RCMP report 15 individual boxes pried open.
Event to host a variety of talent from B.C. and Alberta.
Fifty-eight-year-old structure east of Sicamous last remaining bridge with a metal truss on Trans-Canada Highway.
Matt Koivisto, the man behind the manicured beard at the Salmon Arm Barber Shop, has branched out
Salmon Arm: Business closures worry some, others call it a natural progression
A transport truck driver was taken to hospital after a medical issue contributed to a single-vehicle collision
It has been argued that without empathy – an inherent aptitude to show love and compassion for one another
Chase council will be raising concerns about the potential impacts of logging operations on local water quality
A B.C. government document lists a new Main Street bridge, along with new a four-lane structure crossing the narrows
Hikers warned to take precautions following sighting.
Chase residents once again have an opportunity to hear from local police about property crime in the community
Province and local governments favour replacement option that includes new bridge at west end of Main Street.
Shuswap Street: Developer Bill Laird purchases outdated building for $675,000
The Chase & District Chamber of Commerce is seeking feedback on the pilot project allowing residents to play through the community
Bob Boxall wants to share his cross-Canada adventure with Salmon Arm and help a couple of community groups in the process
An effort is underway to bring back the Sicamous-based Fungi Festival – an event that offers participants a chance to learn