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Downtown parking proves divisive

Downtown parking proves divisive

Trial period: Two-hour parking throughout the core panned by many Hudson Ave. businesses.
Road rescue under review

Road rescue under review

The Columbia Shuswap Regional District will be examining the issue of road rescue services and how they could be operated in the region

Directors ponder paycheques

The Columbia Shuswap Regional District directors are wading into the political minefield that involves their own wallets.
Shuswap economy improving

Shuswap economy improving

Predictions: Growth to occur in region, province. Like Shuswap weather, the economic outlook is looking more spring-like as time goes on.
Teachers to take strike vote next week

Teachers to take strike vote next week

Provincial wage offer too low, class size and support limits still not on table, BCTF's Jim Iker says
Local government terms going to four years

Local government terms going to four years

Extended terms for councils, school boards improve continuity for major projects, Community Minister Coralee Oakes says
Roadside suspensions credited for cut in drunk driving deaths

Roadside suspensions credited for cut in drunk driving deaths

"Immediate roadside prohibition" seizing vehicles and licences has replaced most impaired driving charges
Coldest Night of the Year Walk

Coldest Night of the Year Walk

The 2014 Coldest Night of the Year Walk was held Saturday evening to raise funds for the Salvation Army and Second Harvest Food Bank.
18th Annual Heritage Week

18th Annual Heritage Week

Heritage Week was held Feb. 17 to 22 at the Mall at Piccadilly. Blanche Marshall won 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place in the pie baking contest.

Council examines committees

A lasting relationship takes work, and the city’s relationship with its volunteer Environmental Advisory Committee is no exception