Evan Buhler

’Backs still searching for preseason win

Seventeen players have been cut since the Silverbacks main camp started last week.

25th annual demo derby a hit

The 25th annual Salmon Arm Demolition Derby took place at the Salmon Arm Fairgrounds on Sunday, Aug. 28.

Bulldog Boxing on the move

Six years ago her dream of owning a gym was on a shelf and tucked away.

Back to business for ’Backs

With the Silverbacks season opener against Vernon a little over two weeks away, it was back to business as the club kicked off its main camp

Silverbacks search for billets

With just under a week until the Silverbacks main camp gets underway at the Shaw Centre, the club is still looking for billet families.

Syrian families welcomed

The four Syrian refugee families were officially welcomed to the community during a picnic in the park.

Storm look to take over Games

The Shuswap Storm, a 50+ women’s ice hockey team will compete in the Americas Masters Games.

Selkirks shine on national swim stage

Swimming on a big stage is nothing new for Selkirk Swim Club teammates Molly Fogarty, Chantel Jeffrey and Ethan Skofteby

Eye on the prize

Shelby Latosky and her horse Rocky compete on Sunday, Aug. 7 during the Summer Sizzler three-day clinic and horse show

Howard rides into the top 10

Salmon Arm’s Rebecca Howard followed up her disappointment at the London 2012 Games with Canada’s best placement in Individual Eventing

Reds claim most sportsmanlike

Over the weekend two teams from the Salmon Arm Minor Baseball Association represented Salmon Arm at the provincial level

Talic pleased by level of skill

Even under blazing hot conditions, the European Football School, led by the always smiling Saibo Talic, was able to draw huge numbers

Howard and Riddle Master set for Rio

Howard made her lifelong dream and Olympic debut at the 2012 London Games alongside Riddle Master

Skofteby swims to three medals

Athletes from the Thompson Okanagan region claimed a total of 76 medals in the 2016 BC Summer Games

Body builder takes home bronze medal

The 5’3”, 145 pound, 58-year-old, retired RCMP officer competed in the masters division at the national event

Scharf makes impact at nationals

There is no other way Max Scharf could dream of spending his weekend, than riding down the steep rough terrain…

Outlaws raid provincial finals

The Shuswap Midget Outlaws redeemed themselves on the provincial level this year after finishing in fifth place at last year’s tournament

Shuswap Mariners win in Vernon

After loosing in the Vernon Men’s Slo-Pitch League semi-finals last year, the Shuswap Mariners reclaimed their supremacy over the league

Sicamous students earn black belts

Families that train together contribute to local karate club's success.

Jays out-bat Rebels in final

Under near perfect conditions for softball, the Salmon Arm Slo-Pich League spring season wrapped up on Sunday with the playoff tournament