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Camera records as Curtis Johnson is swallowed by snow, rescued by friends.
BC Coroners Service releases report on March 21 fatal rail collision in Malakwa.
A 26-year-old man is facing charges after crashing a first-aid camper truck along Highway 97A
B.C. Government: MLA faces questions on truck traffic in region.
Sixty-two-year-old man killed when train collides with vehicle stuck on tracks.
School District #83 students created with clay at a recent art fair.
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure engineers inspecting slide, site stability.
Economy: Some businesses feel the pinch, diversification helps others shift gears.
Don’t close our schools. This is the gist of what Sicamous council suggested be written in a letter to School District #83
Fight in stands: Penticton still investigating incident.
It’s 4 p.m. and I’ve just hit the wall. No, not literally. I’m referring to the afternoon slump…
Salmon Arm Midget hockey: Altercation takes place in the stands.
Stable is how BC Assessment deputy assessor Jason Sowinski describes housing values for the Shuswap in 2015
Sicamous council is supporting the redevelopment of a 60-slip marina where work began prior to receiving the necessary permit
On Wednesday, Dec. 17, a ceremonial ground-breaking was held at the Dabell Street site of Sicamous’ future water treatment plant
Gas: Costs have stabilized in the region, Kamloops remains lower.
Colin Martin is out on bail as he appeals an extradition order to the U.S. on charges linked to a cross-border drug smuggling operation
When facing death, our differences dissolve rapidly, revealing a commonality that connects us all.
There’s still opportunity for the Shuswap to become a hub of one of the most ambitious trail projects in the province
It’s Wednesday afternoon – four days after the municipal election, and Ali Maki is still in shock. But pleasantly so