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Exhibition of works created by former Salmon Arm resident Jeremy Shantz opens Friday at SAGA Public Art Gallery.
The ladies who organized Routes and Blues only first set foot in the Shuswap seven months ago.
If Troy Mick had one message for hockey fans last Wednesday it was that the SilverBacks are committed to making Salmon Arm proud
As suddenly as the summer heat hits the entrance, so will the melodies of haunting blues, the rugged tinge of folk…
Economy: Quiet July linked to flooding in Alberta.
Minimal public input on coach houses won’t deter the process to allow them.
RCMP in Alberta are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing Salmon Arm man
She might be 80, but Mary Pakka doesn’t plan to stop pedalling any time soon.
A bird of prey is not a pet, and if you’re getting up close and personal with one, you’re probably in a zoo.
Music therapy program improves the lives of those in residential care.
Skill and respect for nature will be the focus of new hunting and fishing show.
Get a festival fix early when Routes and Blues begins Friday, Aug. 2, with several music, hike and dine stops across the Shuswap.
Champs gathered in Abbotsford July 6 for the Pickleball Canada National Open Championships
Salmon Arm's Shuswap Pie Company hosts Shannon Lyon Thursday, July 25.
Some kids play sports, some play instruments, some do both and some study artificial intelligence and build dancing robots.
A local trail rider is hitting her stride this summer.
Shuswap Family Resource Centre is forced to close Mother's Journey pre-natal and post-natal
support group due to lack of funds.
B.C.’s debt sits at $57.4 billion and increases by $214 per second, according to the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
It’s a combination of tennis, badminton, ping pong and racquetball. They call it pickleball once you add a paddle and a whiffle ball.
Many sports have concluded for the season, but opportunities remain to enjoy summer recreation