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Sicamous sledder survives avalanche

Camera records as Curtis Johnson is swallowed by snow, rescued by friends.

Malakwa’s Gilles Robert Joseph Thivierge struck and killed by 58-car freight train

BC Coroners Service releases report on March 21 fatal rail collision in Malakwa.

Man arrested after Highway 97 crash

A 26-year-old man is facing charges after crashing a first-aid camper truck along Highway 97A

Constituents share budget issues

B.C. Government: MLA faces questions on truck traffic in region.

Police investigate fatal on rails in Malakwa

Sixty-two-year-old man killed when train collides with vehicle stuck on tracks.

Engaging children in arts

School District #83 students created with clay at a recent art fair.

UPDATE: Mudslide damages Mara residence, closes Highway 97A

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure engineers inspecting slide, site stability.

Oil price leads to Shuswap layoffs

Economy: Some businesses feel the pinch, diversification helps others shift gears.

Possible school closure worries councillors

Don’t close our schools. This is the gist of what Sicamous council suggested be written in a letter to School District #83

Salmon Arm Minor Hockey issues letter, not suspension

Fight in stands: Penticton still investigating incident.

Fighting for some shut-eye

It’s 4 p.m. and I’ve just hit the wall. No, not literally. I’m referring to the afternoon slump…

Police called to fight in stands at minor hockey game

Salmon Arm Midget hockey: Altercation takes place in the stands.

Property values holding steady

Stable is how BC Assessment deputy assessor Jason Sowinski describes housing values for the Shuswap in 2015

Marina plan gets back on track

Sicamous council is supporting the redevelopment of a 60-slip marina where work began prior to receiving the necessary permit

Governments partner on Mara water treatment plant

On Wednesday, Dec. 17, a ceremonial ground-breaking was held at the Dabell Street site of Sicamous’ future water treatment plant

Prices shift at Shuswap pumps

Gas: Costs have stabilized in the region, Kamloops remains lower.

Martin makes bail, awaits appeal

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

Author finds commonality in all humankind

When facing death, our differences dissolve rapidly, revealing a commonality that connects us all.

Public support sought for rail trail

There’s still opportunity for the Shuswap to become a hub of one of the most ambitious trail projects in the province

New faces elected to council

It’s Wednesday afternoon – four days after the municipal election, and Ali Maki is still in shock. But pleasantly so