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Urban Systems gave Chase council something to think about after their presentation on corporate energy usage reduction
While there didn’t appear to be anything controversial set out in the agenda, the village office was unusually full
Chase council has helped ensure a local club remains in Chase by voting in favour of a grant in aid
Winter has hit the Shuswap, and with the colder temperatures and snow come hazardous driving conditions.
Chase RCMP have had a slow few weeks, with most of their call-outs for winter driving accidents.
Sorrento Elementary School is celebrating Christmas by giving. Principal Ian Landy is proud of what the school has accomplished.
Shuswap Christmas festivities continue this weekend with a holiday event that is sure to warm your heart and your belly.
Residents encouraged to provide feedback. A pilot project may play a role in revitalizing Chase and putting an end to the exodus of youth
Environmental assessment not needed before decision.
Input: Chase Village council hears heated opinions on proposal to rezone land on Aylmer Road
Notch Hill: Thrifty fashions draw enthusiastic applause.
Pellet plant: Public invited to attend meeting Nov. 12.
The future of Chase is being considered by a group of business owners with some big ideas.
After weeks of preparation and months without proper health care in the area, the Sorrento and Area Community Health Centre is finally ready
The Chase Country Quilters have sewn their way to success once again, but it could not have been done without community support.
The welcome mat was out for the whole community as the Cedar Centre celebrated their grand re-opening.
A little extra education from students may be one of the many things that brought an increase in Chase tourism last summer
A decision on a rezoning application for a pellet plant will be delayed.
There were smiles all around as a Canadian icon stopped into Sorrento Elementary School last week.
Chase councillors listened to almost two hours of both concerns and praise at the Tuesday meeting.