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A fundraising effort is underway to help employees of the Skyline Truck Stop through difficult times ahead
District may get saddled with more than it can afford
A sudden proliferation of local polling results offer more for North Okanagan-Shuswap voters to ponder before the Oct. 19 federal election
While the Liberals currently appear to have the edge in national polls, the NDP appears to have a slight lead in the North Okanagan-Shuswap.
A mix of local and national issues were tackled by the North Okanagan-Shuswap riding’s electoral hopefuls
Federal election: Local poll information may help voters make decisions at the ballot box
Profile: Chris George represents the Green Party.
The allure of the Lower Mainland is one factor keeping doctors from choosing to locate in rural communities like Sicamous – and Kelowna
Missing person: Seven years later, family and friends don’t know what happened to René Nolette
Painting: Artist puts her stamp on well-known faces.
Nathan Pawluck has logged about 30 hours flying time over the past five months though his feet haven’t left the ground
For the 38 years Shaffer has owned her Salmon Arm residence, she’s always thought of it as the Ball family home
A $2,500-plus contribution from city council initiatives will serve as seed money to get a proposed community garden up and running.
Future development at Salmon Arm’s airport is ready for takeoff with the recent completion of an airport development plan.
Willow Cove property owners will have to redesign their retirement home after having their requested variances denied by city council.
Growing dependence on social media for travel needs may require more of a virtual presence for Salmon Arm’s Visitor Information Centre.
Salmon Arm firefighters responded to a fallen hydro pole Wednesday
The B.C. Elks Association is seeking the city’s support to broaden its community offerings at Camp Elkcanoe.
The race to the Oct. 19 federal election has begun.
The city will be spending $53,000 sooner than expected on the water treatment plant.