Evan Buhler

SAS dominates in season opener

The Salmon Arm Secondary School tennis team swept the board against Pleasant Valley Secondary School

Trail Running

More than 200 runners participated in the first Wild Soles run of the season

Jewels dominate season opener

With 11 returning players, the Salmon Arm Secondary Jewels rugby team will look to make a strong statement in the league this season

TOFC claim victory over top squad

A single goal was all TOFC needed to secure three points against the leagues top ranked side in the U13 EA Sports BC Soccer Premier League

Marshall hauls in awards

Last weekend, the former Canadian National Team member was crowned the Female Athlete of the Year at Lakehead University

Club about more than riding

Spring has sprung, and the kids from the Shuswap Pony Club have dusted off their saddles and are back riding in the ring

A force to be reckoned

Emily Williams and Courtney Bacon will be racking up the air miles as they and their ringette team travel to London, Ont.

New life for old dragon boats

Scraping, sanding, grinding, repairing cracks, painting and varnishing have become a routine for the crew

Easter in Sicamous

Scenes from Easter festivities at Finlayson Park in Sicamous.

Easter in Sorrento

Scenes from Easter festivities at Blind Bay Park in Sorrento.

In this corner, hope

Put your dukes up. That’s what Maureen Hafstein, Dorothy Bird and Cheryl Ogloff are saying to Parkinson’s Disease.

Chase RCMP investigating after dog shot and killed

Pet discovered in Crowfoot Mountain Snowmobile Club parking lot

Vintage rock missing

A 70-year-old rock went missing form the Salmon Arm Curling Club over the weekend.

Bantam ’Tips battle with best

A few inches is all that separated the Salmon Arm Bantam Tier 2 Scotiabank Silvertips from earning an important point

Playoffs to provide fresh start

The 2015/16 BCHL regular season has concluded, all the playoff spots have been decided and the award winners have been announced

Top wrestlers in B.C. coming to town

Adding to Salmon Arm Secondary wrestling coach Ray Munsie’s excitement of a gold medal, bronze medal and sixth-place finish

Golds recover in consolation game

After a heart-breaking defeat to last Thursday to Mount Boucherie, the senior Golds basketball team settled for the bronze medal game

Panthers extinguish Phoenix

While the Shuswap Middle School Grade 8 boys basketball team did not claim the North Zone Championships

Vees, Smokies best ’Backs

Two losses at home over the weekend at the hands of Penticton and Trail sealed the Silverbacks position as the third seed

Sr. Golds bounce back at right time

The senior Golds bounced back after a number of recent losses with a 68-56 home win over the PenHigh Lakers