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A semi driver died and another is in a coma following a three-vehicle crash on the Trans-Canada Highway near Albert Canyon on Saturday.
Proposed wildlife attractant bylaw gives city ability to enter properties to clean up attractants, and then charge the owners for the work.
Airport Way re-opens after it was closed for a day by an avalanche that slide off Mount Cartier, burying the road in snow.
Kelly Mitchell Hanson Loeppky charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine, meth, and heroin laced with fentanyl
CP Rail and two employees accused of ordering train be left parked without brakes near Revelstoke plead not guilty to charges.
Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society hosting four free spring invasive plant ID and management workshops in Revelstoke on May 10.
Four Revelstoke artists head to Kootenays for inspiration for new show, the Adventure Quencher.
Six candidates are vying for election in Columbia River-Revelstoke. Here's a link to all our stories on the candidates and issues.
B.C.’s mountain biking leaders will be coming to Revelstoke for their bi-annual conference in September.
The Revelstoke Golf Club is continuing its big push to introduce the sport to young people by providing free access to kids under 18.
Revelstoke's living wage is $18.77 per hour, the fourth highest of communities with a calculated living wage in B.C.
Revelstoke council awards contract for Big Eddy water project to Mounce Construction; approve Snowbirds air show for July 26
Revelstoke Caribou Rearing in the Wild captured 12 female adult caribou for the fourth year of the maternity pen project in early April.
A second Revelstoke farmers market could start as early as May 13, though organizers are still waiting for final approval from city hall.
Council gave third reading to the city's 2017-21 Financial Plan without saying a word on Tuesday, putting it one vote away from adoption.
Downie Timber says it has been preparing for tariffs since last Softwood Lumber Agreement was signed in 2006.
Revelstoke Mountain Resort said it is disappointed to hear about the concerns of homeowners and that it takes them seriously
The lowest bid for phase one of the Big Eddy Water project came in at 28 per cent more than budgeted,
Nicole Fricot ready for diverse challenges in position of director of economic development for City of Revelstoke
Rylan Kashuba running for the Libertarian Party and Duncan Boyd MacLeod is running as an independent candidate.