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Barry Leane creates his sculptures, called Bazikes, using spare bike parts. You can find them at shops around Revelstoke.
Diny Harrison, Canada's first female mountain guide, has guided on four continents, had brushes with death, and battled cancer.
Photos from the seventh annual Revelstoke Carousel of Nations celebration of diversity.
Sam Gleaves is bringing music of Appalachia to Revelstoke Coffee House Hootenanny Extravaganza Fundraiser.
Juno-award winner Dan Mangan is playing at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre this Friday, Nov. 27.
Revelstoke's Seth Bafaro topped the skills testing at the 2015 Western U16 Challenge Cup.
Ryan Krebs apprenticed as a tattoo artist in Calgary; now he's brought his skills to Revelstoke.
The first Cedar Shaker Cyclocross race was held on Sunday at Revelstoke Mountain Resort.
The hull of the new Galena Bay/Shelter Bay ferry being constructed in Nakusp was slid into the lake on Sunday. Video, story here.
Two grizzly cubs orphaned after a Nakusp-area farmer shot their mother have been returned to the wild after a rehab centre stay.
Local welder Kate Tupper-England shares her experiences building the new Galena Bay to Shelter Bay ferry.
Lack of Arrow Lakes bear awareness programs and a Conservation Officer Service stretched thin contribute to grizzly slaughter this week
Halcyon Hot Springs event shines under the fall sun.
First Nakusp rodeo a hit with locals and out-of-towners
The B.C. transportation ministry announced today that the new Shelter Bay to Galena Bay ferry will be built in Nakusp.
The Nakusp Music Fest (NMF) will not be holding a festival in 2012, but are hoping to come back for 2013.
The Nakusp Music Festival, a popular summer weekend retreat for many Revelstoke residents, is facing tough choices after two years of financial losses, including a $120,000 loss in 2011 after the event fell on the same weekend as the Sturgis North motorcycle festival in Salmon Arm. Read the story by Nakusp-based Arrow Lakes News associate editor Claire Paradis here.
Friday opening at the RVAC kicks off fall art season
One person is dead and another has been injured after a small float plane crashed into the Upper Arrow Lake in front of Nakusp this morning.