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A split emerged in the Revelstoke Farm & Craft Market after news emerged that Wild Flight Farm had its membership revoked.
The Revelstoke Bantam Grizzlies will be playing for a provincial championship at the Revelstoke Forum on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
44 new individual sites and two groups being added to popular campground south of Revelstoke.
Beruschi family acquires Revelstoke motel from Singh family, who built in 1976.
Organizer Karl Jost moves S-Games to Mount Norquay in Alberta after failing to meet Revelstoke Mountain Resort demands.
Almastou family, which was chosen to come to Revelstoke, has withdrawn its application.
Revelstoke council proposing seven per cent tax increase on home owners and four per cent increase on businesses in 2017 budget.
Residents of a part of Arrow Heights asking for new water line, saying their water is rusty and doesn't meet drinking water guidelines.
A man has been charged with the theft and possession of stolen property after a stolen snowmobile was brought to a local shop for servicing.
A home owner had a vacation rental application rejected for a second time by Revelstoke council on Tuesday.
FortisBC is raising the price of propane to $11.088 per gigajoule from $7.878 per GJ starting April 1.
Explorers Society Hotel and Quartermaster Eatery restaurant open in Revelstoke's historic McKinnon Block building.
Clancy Boettger was a railroader and athlete, and still is an avid hunter, fisher and an active member of the Revelstoke Elks.
The ultimate tribute to the iconic Johnny Cash is coming to the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre next week.
Work on upgrading the Big Eddy water system will begin by upgrading the main trunk lines this summer.
Ryan Parent says he plans to bring back a more experienced team for 2017-18 hockey season.
KONELINE, our land beautiful will be shown at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre on Thursday, Mar. 9.
BC Hydro hopes to have sixth turbine installed by 2021; says its needed to meet forecast energy demand.
The Revelstoke Grizzlies find themselves facing elimination after losing back-to-back games by a 2-1 score against the Chase Heat
Revelstoke council found $300,000 in savings in the city budget, without cutting a single service or project.