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LASS would like to set up one of the free-stranding structures at select locations throughout the community.
Salmon Arm council has opted for a diplomatic approach towards BC Hydro’s use of herbicides within the municipality.
Clint Eastwood may be considered a straight shooter, but I’m not sure he hit the mark by calling down a generation.
It’s always easy to point out how green the grass is on the other side.
Salmon Arm: Tight rental market may be prompting residents to add option to existing homes
Salmon Arm city council has agreed to sell two portions of municipally owned property to FortisBC
A suggestion that the city could use a formally-designated dog park was duly noted by city council.
Blackburn Excavating Ltd. will start work on a new soccer pitch as well as phase one of the Life Trail System
The City of Salmon Arm will be seeking the B.C. Government’s approval to implement a two per cent hotel room tax
Cabins on Canoe Beach waterfront will have to be removed by owners at the end of the extended lease.
What is the allure of food trucks? I mean, how wise is it to purchase a meal from someone who can’t or won’t commit to a permanent…
There’s an appetite among Salmon Arm city councillors for a mobile food vendor policy.
Volume of serious crashes on highway between Chase and Sorrento up since move to 100km/h.
Work is scheduled to begin in September and finish sometime in October of this year.
Asbestos cleanup has begun at the SASCU Memorial Arena, but funds are still needed to cover the $75,000 remediation
Nashville Predators captain traded to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for P.K. Subban.
Work is underway to expand senior’s housing and care options in Sicamous.
Shuswap Wild Wonders outdoor learning camps offer kids a chance to get out into and connect with nature
The Chase's iconic bighorn sheep are on the B.C. government’s radar as plans for highway improvements
Mixed opinions: Council undecided on a one-kilometre bylaw