Lachlan Labere

Champions raised in Solsqua

Sicamous and the Eagle Valley have produced their share of champions – of both the two- and four- legged variety

Fundraising for baby Britton

Though Teri, Colin and Ayla Hutchinson have only known their daughter/sister Britton for two months, they already know she’s a fighter

Burnout back on Main

The popular burnout portion of this year’s Summer Stomp and Burnout, July 16 to 19, has been moved back to Main Street.

Discomfort at the tap

There’s an old saying that when the water hole shrinks, the animals look at each other differently

Boat accident claims life

Authorities continue to investigate the death of a 22-year-old Alberta woman who was killed in a boating accident Friday on Shuswap Lake

Willows deemed safety hazard

Trees topped discussion among city councillors deliberating a development proposed for Harbourfront Drive

Watering restrictions remain status quo

Brown is the new green this summer as far as lawns go in Salmon Arm.

Update: Armed robbery suspect abandons vehicle in Canoe driveway

Residents watch from their driveway for about two hours as police search for suspect.

Apartment proposal raises traffic concern

City council is supporting a proposal for the development of two 12-unit apartment buildings off 11th Avenue NE, west of the RCMP detachment

Coroner investigates rail fatality

Few details have been released relating to the death of a pedestrian in a train accident that occurred Friday on CP Rail tracks

Garden garners support

Two local organizations are cultivating support for a community garden.

Rescuer becomes the rescued

Gordon Bose got the best of Mount Logan, before nature got the best of him.

Trees top deliberation

There was no weeping, but certainly concerns expressed for a stand of willow trees on the waterfront

Pollen or algae bloom?

The Ministry of Environment is investigating reports of algae blooms in Shuswap and Mara lakes.

Tappen Co-op marks a century

Many who stop, be it for gas, groceries or one of its famous ice-cream cones, will likely know the place as the Tappen Co-op.

Mayor disappointed with transit spending freeze

Nancy Cooper is unhappy with the province’s three-year freeze on new public transit spending.

Event stresses need for safety

It can happen in an instant, when another, seemingly typical day on the job becomes a traumatic, potentially life-threatening experience

Motorcycle crash claims Malakwa man

A 52-year-old Malakwa man died while en route to Sicamous Thursday night after his motorcycle left Highway 97A

Rescue group looks to expand

The Shuswap’s Coast Guard Auxiliary is working to expand its presence with the purchase of a new boat

Searching for a career in the spotlight

The search is on, and Ryan Guilbeault wants to be discovered.