Eagle Valley News

Driver ticketed and hospitalized after highway crash near Sicamous

The two-vehicle collision took place near Bernie Road on June 26.

 

Interior Health suing former Shuswap hospital employee, pharmacist for alleged drug sales scheme

Health authority claims Salmon Arm hospital pharmacist conspired with pharmacy owner

 

Shuswap Lake reaches new peak, could surpass 2018 level

After peaking then falling in May, rainy weather has driven the lake level back up

 

Police respond after bear spray used in altercation at Shuswap 7-Eleven

Sicamous RCMP release individuals involved without charges

SPCA returning dog found near Sicamous to rightful owner

Two-year-old German shepherd cross had no identification when found on June 21.

Malakwa suspension bridge to reopen once final flood-damage repairs complete

A floating log damaged the bridge on June 1.

KIJHL sets season starting date of October 2, 2020

Teams to move to move forward with the scheduling and delivery of summer camps and programs under the guidance of the league and BC Hockey

  • Jun 18, 2020

Walmart seeks approval for truck yard on agricultural land in Shuswap

CSRD and Agricultural Land Commission will weigh in on future of Malakwa property

Salmon Arm couple honoured by Cystic Fibrosis Canada

Kathy and Stu Bradford are among the groups and individuals honoured in BC and the Yukon

  • Jun 14, 2020

Sicamous Creek Falls trail reopens with safety improvements

Trail had been closed after two men fell to their deaths in separate incidents in 2019

Sicamous marine search and rescue station receives money for COVID-19 protective equipment

The contribution comes as the station deals with the loss of a major donation

End of Mara internment camp to be commemorated

Camp was on Mara Lake along Highway 97A; shut down in 1917

  • Jun 7, 2020

VIDEO: Rehabilitated eagle released in Malakwa after nearly three-month recovery

The bird took its first free flight in over two months on June 5.

Boating Safety Week a chance to take stock of hazards on Shuswap Lake

Submerged logs, cold water and intoxicated captains are all safety concerns

Shuswap History in Pictures: Floodwater food run

A young boy rows through Sicamous' streets during the 1972 flood.

Sicamous district office reopening with new COVID-19 policies

The office will be open again on June 1.

Owners of Waterway houseboats receive $5,000 each after court decision

The award follows a court case which found the province and Sicamous partially responsible for flood damage

Boating season time to keep invasive mussels out of Shuswap

Province's borders being monitored, public check stations available

Snowbirds fly over Shuswap on May 16

The Canadian military demonstration squadron flew low over Salmon Arm.

COVID-19 recovery kits to be available for Sicamous businesses

Supplies such as masks and gloves being provided by chamber, instructional videos coming