Jim Elliot

Radon levels in new Salmon Arm home a concern

Real-time monitoring shows radon concentration just within federally accepted guideline

Radon levels in new Salmon Arm home a concern

Real-time monitoring shows radon concentration just within federally accepted guideline

Shuswap resident seeks return of jewelry box containing father’s cremated remains

Sicamous RCMP report handmade box was stolen from a storage locker

Shuswap resident seeks return of stolen jewelry box containing father’s cremated remains

Sicamous RCMP report handmade box was taken from a storage locker

Students, staff glad to be back at Shuswap elementary school

Operations resume at Sicamous' Parkview Elementary after a seven-week closure due to a musty smell

Students, staff glad to be back at Sicamous elementary school

Operations resume at Parkview on Nov. 13 after a seven-week closure due to a musty smell

Man and woman in 60s identified by RCMP as bodies found in Shuswap residence

Police investigation continues, say no suspects are being sought at this time

Man and woman in their 60s identified by RCMP as bodies in Anglemont residence

Police investigation continues, say no suspects are being sought at this time

Ring the bells for Salvation Army with Kettle Fest kickoff in Salmon Arm

Silverbacks will be challenging the Wenatchee Wild to see which community can raise more money

Salmon Arm’s Shoemaker Hill closed for winter

Snowfall prompts quick closure of steep and winding stretch of road

In Photos: Sicamous remembers

A crowd numbering in the hundreds gathered at Sicamous cenotaph on Nov. 11.

Salmon Arm Silverbacks and Merritt Centennials split thrilling double-header

One game ended in overtime, the other in a high-scoring final period. Both were a treat for fans.

Community meeting will discuss crime in South Shuswap communities

The meeting will be held on Nov. 27 in Blind Bay.

Former Sicamous resident remembered for service with Royal Canadian Air Force

Al Green was shot down twice over Britain, provided cover during the Battle of Monte Cassino

Police incident closes Coquihalla Highway rest area

Drive BC reports the Coquihalla Lakes Rest Area's washrooms are closed until further notice.

Months after Waterway Houseboats receivership, creditors yet to be reimbursed

District of Sicamous owed more than $80,000 in unpaid taxes from now-defunct houseboat company

Seven-hour benefit planned for Salmon Arm musician battling brain tumour

John Fleming, a member of the popular Seal Skull Hammer, is facing a lengthy recovery

Seven-hour benefit planned for Salmon Arm musician battling brain tumour

John Fleming, a member of the popular Seal Skull Hammer, is facing a lengthy recovery

Sicamous wildfire mitigation will open recreation opportunities

Project will remove fire fuels from a forested slope just east of the district.

Village of Chase seeks to clear up utility bill confusion

Change of billing schedule prompts uncertainty among residents