Martha Wickett

Indigenous celebration in Shuswap draws crowd

Beautiful day at Pierre’s Point to join national day to recognize Indigenous peoples

Keep an eye out for ducklings

It’s that time again when mama ducks and their babies are crossing the highway

Thief posing as Revenue Canada staff gets iTune cards

Victim provides fraudster with $3,000 in cards

Man threatens spouse with knife

Salmon Arm RCMP say the threats will lead to serious charges

Salmon Arm RCMP nab suspected tire thief

Owner of vehicle confirms to officer he definitely did not give permission to suspect to take tires

Update: Driver lone occupant of truck that crashed Saturday

Vehicle flipped over on 50th Street SW, driver injured, alcohol not ruled out as a factor

Police say Salmon Arm youth who posted about shooting students no longer a threat

Group which alerted RCMP to tweets says it issued a Code Red, highest level of alert

Salmon Arm policing costs go up but officer numbers don’t

City council wants to see province pitch in with more police for rural areas

Giving boys options to masculine stereotypes

High school presentations aimed at helping students see effects of social media and advertising

Soccer group pleased with indoor arena purchase

City fo Salmon Arm to buy facility, consider upgrades

Proposed Salmon Arm bylaw would clamp down on panhandlers

Based on bylaws in Kelowna and Kamloops, this one extends prohibited areas from 10 to 15 metres

City to purchase indoor arena

Facility will still house fall fair exhibits, city to do necessary repairs

Public input wanted on redevelopment of Salmon Arm rec centre

Process will include looking at opportunities for including a performing arts centre.

Rough spots on Trans-Canada Highway at Kault Hill being paved

Traffic on Highway 1 single lane alternating about eight kilometres west of Salmon Arm

Nasty odour in Chase eliminated

Village public works staff successful in staunching stench at sewage lagoons

Nasty odour in Chase eliminated

Village public works staff successful in staunching stench at sewage lagoons

Flooding doesn’t worry resident

First Nations elder not worried about weather changes

This year’s flooding doesn’t rival 1948

Being tormented by mosquitoes stands out for Shuswap resident

Man charged in 2015 Sicamous robbery to be sentenced in August

Accused, who was shot by police, pleads guilty to three of nine counts.

Unusually nasty odour repulses Chase residents

Village staff trying to get bacteria working in lagoons at sewage treatment plant