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Revelstoke Grizzlies have advantage as series against Chase Heat comes to Forum

Revelstoke Grizzlies beat Chase Heat 5-4 in game, lose 3-1 in game two.

Two snowmobilers rescued after being injured on Boulder Mountain

Revelstoke Search & Rescue were called out twice to help snowmobilers that were injured on Boulder Mountain on Friday.

Catherwood annexation referendum denied by province

B.C. government denies city request to have referendum on Catherwood Road annexation; says it would need to be held by March 4.

Can Oroville Dam situation happen in Revelstoke?

An interview with Stephen Rigbey, BC Hydro's director of dam safety.

Alpine skiers race at Red and Revelstoke

The Revelstoke Ski Club was in action all over B.C. the past few weeks.

Revelstoke RCMP investigating two business break-ins

The Revelstoke RCMP is investigating after two local businesses were broken into early Monday morning.

Revelstoke council approves sewer lift station replacement

Front & Wales sewer lift station to be replaced at cost of $833,000, whether grant funding is received or not.

Paul Levesque shovels the Big Eddy Bridge

69-year-old Revelstoke resident spends seven hours shovelling pedestrian walkway across the Columbia River.

Update: Missing snowmobiler found alive on Boulder Mountain

Revelstoke Search & Rescue locates snowmobiler on Boulder Mountain after overnight search. He was tired, but in good condition.

Revelstoke Grizzlies confident ahead of series against Chase Heat

Revelstoke Grizzlies start series against Chase Heat in Chase on Friday, Feb. 24.

Logging truck crashes down embankment off Townley Street

An empty logging truck somehow veered off Townley Street and crashed down the embankment onto Powerhouse Road Friday morning.

Council funds bear-proof garbage bins with tourism infrastructure money

City of Revelstoke spending $37,600 on bear-proof garbage bins for downtown area.

Updated: Councillor Scott Duke blasted for managing illegal vacation rentals

Gary Starling says Scott Duke has "no respect or concern for the bylaws he's expected to uphold," in address to council.

Living wage would impact Revelstoke retail and hospitality most: report

Report looks at impact on different sectors of paying a living wage in Revelstoke.

Nicole Fricot hired as Revelstoke’s new economic development officer

City of Revelstoke has filled one of three of its senior staff vacancies by hiring Nicole Fricot to replace Alan Mason, who is retiring.

Revelstoke Grizzlies win two of three as playoffs near

Revelstoke Grizzlies beat Sicamous Eagles 5-2, Kamloops Storm 4-1, lose to Chase Heat 5-3.

Revelstoke census data doesn’t show whole picture for community

Census shows permanent population, but doesn't indicate how many people are using city services at peak periods.

Revelstoke council takes first crack at financial plan

Council looks at spending requests, but holds off on cuts at first budget meeting.

Business Beat: Anna Minten wants you to feel good

Anna Minten opens Feel Good Collective to give alternative health practitioners a place to practice.

Douglas fir beetle found on Mount Macpherson

Douglas fir bark beetle, which has resulted in massive clear-cutting on Boulder Mountain, has spread its wings to Mount Macpherson.