Martha Wickett

Michael Franti shows support for Inclusive Salmon Arm campaign

Roots & Blues headliner encourages festival goers to do the same

Fully loaded asphalt truck tips over on Shoemaker Hill

“No trucks” hill on 10th Avenue SE remains closed until later Thursday afternoon

Column: Mother orca’s display of grief sends powerful message

The grief of this orca mother may not be visible anymore, but we must not forget.

Shuswap bank destroyed by fire

Blaze started early Aug. 12 in ATM entrance area of RBC Royal Bank in Chase, police investigating

Funds raised for North Shuswap family whose home burned

Community sets up GoFundMe page to help after fire destroys Scotch Creek house on Aug. 7

UPDATE: Kamloops family uninjured after van fire in Salmon Arm

Firefighters extinguish a vehicle fire behind the Salmon Arm Rec Centre Friday, July 27

Wheels come off Salmon Arm Demo Derby

27th annual Shuswap event cancelled due to lack of participants, hope remains for next year

More than a fender was bent in intersection crash Friday

Vehicle collides with another where Ross Street and the Trans-Canada Highway meet

Update: Salmon Arm blaze put out before it could spread

Two-storey home near Little Mountain Park badly damaged, no one injured

Thieves attempt to steal cash from SASCU ATM

Attempt unsuccessful but machine at Centenoka Mall destroyed

Man found dead on railway tracks in Salmon Arm

Police say they believe he was struck by the train but there were no witnesses

Taxi collides with parked dump truck in Salmon Arm

No word yet on the cause or if charges will be laid

Shuswap’s first Syrian refugee wants world to stop dictatorship

Six of nine refugee families remain in Salmon Arm, all settling well ‘in paradise’

Syrian refugees fear for lives at home

Former head of Salmon Arm Refugee Coalition says Canada should be doing more

Update: Missing First Nations girl has been found

The Chase RCMP thank the public as Shayna Ignace has been found and returned to her home

Shuswap’s first Syrian refugee focuses on human similarities

Six of nine refugee families remain in Salmon Arm, all settling in well ‘in paradise’

Salmon Arm firefighters respond to report of smouldering railway track

Small hot spot reported near Pierre’s Point, passerby said to have extinguished it

Firefighters dispatched to Gardom Lake Bible Camp as precaution

Sauna caught fire Sunday evening but quickly extinguished, no one injured

Traffic on Highway 1 between Sicamous and Revelstoke moving again

Accident 10 kilometres east of Craigellachie closes Trans-Canada Highway Sunday evening

Rumour of Shuswap fire unfounded, high temperatures in forecast

Public is asked to use extreme caution with hot, sunny days upcoming