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3rd murder prompts Sicamous to seek meeting with safety minister

3rd murder prompts Sicamous to seek meeting with safety minister

Council addresses 'unprecedented violent crime' after June 19 homicide
Powwow, fried bread contest mark Indigenous Peoples Day in Splatsin

Powwow, fried bread contest mark Indigenous Peoples Day in Splatsin

Hundreds of people came out to the Splatsin Community Centre for Splatsin te Secwépemc Day Friday
Photos: Restoration nearly complete at Hope's storm-damaged Othello Tunnels

Photos: Restoration nearly complete at Hope's storm-damaged Othello Tunnels

Coquihalla Canyon Park was heavily damaged in November 2021 storms
Sicamous council hopeful for September start on Bruhn Bridge

Sicamous council hopeful for September start on Bruhn Bridge

'I didn't really know if we were going to see it quite so quickly'
Salmon Arm council awards contract for Lakeshore Road stabilization

Salmon Arm council awards contract for Lakeshore Road stabilization

Project to address long-standing concerns with slippage
Water restrictions in place for Grindrod residents

Water restrictions in place for Grindrod residents

Grindrod Water Utility customers are now on summer restrictions for sprinkler usage
Celista named Shuswap's Fire Department of the Year

Celista named Shuswap's Fire Department of the Year

Exemplary work in 2023 wildfire earned regional district's accolades
Okanagan man nearly done cycling across Canada to help feed kids

Okanagan man nearly done cycling across Canada to help feed kids

Chris Luff is cycling 8,000 kilometres in 50 days in support of Canadian Feed the Children
Salmon Arm business owner frustrated by ongoing theft, vandalism

Salmon Arm business owner frustrated by ongoing theft, vandalism

'Why are these perpetrators released and allowed to continue this behaviour'
Sicamous murder victim identified as 66-year-old local woman

Sicamous murder victim identified as 66-year-old local woman

RCMP warn of potential safety risk though it's believed to be isolated incident