Eagle Valley News

Sicamous business reopening at highway houseboat

Hooked Decor & What Knots is located off of Highway 1

  • 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

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

Columbia Shuswap Regional District office to begin phased reopening

Office will be open for four-hour days beginning next week

Columbia Shuswap Regional District office to begin phased reopening

Office will be open for four-hour days beginning next week

Sicamous RCMP catch driver going twice the speed limit

The car was impounded for seven days and the driver received a hefty fine

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.

Sicamous district office reopening with new COVID-19 policies

The office will be open again on June 1.

Houseboat company partly owned by Shuswap MLA withdraws controversial ad

The ad welcomed houseboaters from other provinces, contradicting anti COVID-19 measures.

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

Salmon Arm Silverbacks forward wins league scholarship

William Poirier among five B.C. Hockey League players earning award from Shaw Communications

  • May 17, 2020

Boating season time to keep invasive mussels out of Shuswap

Province's borders being monitored, public check stations available

Rail trail project proceeding despite denied government grant

Planning is continuing and the search for construction funds is ongoing.