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Opportunity for input on Lee Creek

Proposal to make Lee Creek a 'secondary settlement area' to accept input on Tuesday, April 15.

Water quality program moves ahead

The program will take over where the Shuswap Lake Integrated Planning Process (SLIPP) left off, but in a very different way.

Company pulls out of Chase pellet plant proposal

A company that promised to bring 25 jobs to Chase has given up on the location, saying a negative reception caused it to look elsewhere.
Board cuts adult education program

Board cuts adult education program

School District #83’s adult continuing education programs will be shut down as of July.
School trustees vote for salary increase

School trustees vote for salary increase

School district trustees cited the impending November election as a catalyst for upping their base wage from $9,855 to $11,710.

Controlled burn causes concern

Firefighters extinguish burn after resident reports flame coming from smouldering fire.
Dangerous goods travel via rail daily

Dangerous goods travel via rail daily

CP Rail officials visit Salmon Arm council, reassure rail is one of safest ways to transport dangerous goods.
Adult education program faces the axe

Adult education program faces the axe

School District #83’s adult continuing education programs are facing a complete closure in July.
ALR changes a concern

ALR changes a concern

Shuswap farmers debate agriculture reforms proposed by the B.C. government.

Two-hour downtown parking up for debate

Salmon Arm Mayor Nancy Cooper predicts a lively discussion on downtown parking at next week’s council meeting.