Jake Sherman

Black Umfolosi have toured the world and will be performing in Revelstoke on March 24. (Black Umfolosi/Facebook)

World renowned dance and acapella group to perform in Revelstoke

Black Umfolosi will take the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre stage on March 24

Black Umfolosi have toured the world and will be performing in Revelstoke on March 24. (Black Umfolosi/Facebook)
VIDEO: Do you think glass should be included in Revelstoke’s curbside recycling program?

VIDEO: Do you think glass should be included in Revelstoke’s curbside recycling program?

This week we took to the streets to ask local residents whether…

VIDEO: Do you think glass should be included in Revelstoke’s curbside recycling program?
On Friday March 9 the City of Revelstoke announced they were awarded two grants from the Federal government’s Gas Tax Fund. The City received one grant in the amount of about $5 million to upgrade the Fourth, Victoria and Townley street intersection, and another for about $167,000 to update the City’s Official Community Action Plan. Pictured here are (left) Director of Community Economic Development Nicole Fricot, (Centre) acting Mayor Linda Nixon, and (right) Director of Development Services Nigel Whitehead in Council Chambers during the announcement. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

City to receive $5 million from federal government to upgrade intersection at Fourth, Townley and Victoria

The City also received about $168,000 to update Official Community Action Plan

On Friday March 9 the City of Revelstoke announced they were awarded two grants from the Federal government’s Gas Tax Fund. The City received one grant in the amount of about $5 million to upgrade the Fourth, Victoria and Townley street intersection, and another for about $167,000 to update the City’s Official Community Action Plan. Pictured here are (left) Director of Community Economic Development Nicole Fricot, (Centre) acting Mayor Linda Nixon, and (right) Director of Development Services Nigel Whitehead in Council Chambers during the announcement. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
Hwy. 1 closed for avalanche control between 9 and 11 a.m.

Hwy. 1 closed for avalanche control between 9 and 11 a.m.

Hwy. 1 will be closed from 26km west to 8km west of Revelstoke

Hwy. 1 closed for avalanche control between 9 and 11 a.m.
From left, Lynnaya Munroe of Telus, Director of Community Economic Development Nicole Fricot, and Tech Strategy Coordinator Hayley Johnson chat during the Technology Summit and Career Trade Show at Revelstoke Secondary School on Feb. 22, 2018. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

Smart Cities Challenge puts Revelstoke in the running for $50 million

Priority is to get residents thinking about creative solutions to community problems

From left, Lynnaya Munroe of Telus, Director of Community Economic Development Nicole Fricot, and Tech Strategy Coordinator Hayley Johnson chat during the Technology Summit and Career Trade Show at Revelstoke Secondary School on Feb. 22, 2018. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
‘Big Al’ was a long-time fixture of the CMH Monashees Lodge community. (GoFundMe/Big Al’s Road to Recovery)

More than $10K raised for CMH guide injured in avalanche in less than 24 hours

‘Big Al’ has been a long-time fixture of the CMH Monashees community – last week he suffered a severe concussion and broke his femur

‘Big Al’ was a long-time fixture of the CMH Monashees Lodge community. (GoFundMe/Big Al’s Road to Recovery)
Slippery sections on Hwy. 1 and 23

Slippery sections on Hwy. 1 and 23

DriveBC is reporting the roads are slippery around Revelstoke this morning

Slippery sections on Hwy. 1 and 23
VIDEO: Do you think Revelstoke should have passenger train service?

VIDEO: Do you think Revelstoke should have passenger train service?

We took to the streets this week to ask local residents whether…

VIDEO: Do you think Revelstoke should have passenger train service?
Barry Strasser tosses the rock during the first frame of the Revelstoke Curling Club’s 66th annual Cashspiel on Mar. 2. The annual tournament is the club’s major fundraiser of the year. The club has nearly $2K worth of prize money up for grabs. The tournament is slated to wrap up on Sunday afternoon. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

PHOTOS: Revelstoke Curling Club hosts 66th annual Cashspiel

The tournament has curlers competing for close to $2K of prizes over the weekend

Barry Strasser tosses the rock during the first frame of the Revelstoke Curling Club’s 66th annual Cashspiel on Mar. 2. The annual tournament is the club’s major fundraiser of the year. The club has nearly $2K worth of prize money up for grabs. The tournament is slated to wrap up on Sunday afternoon. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
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Medimap lets users view wait times at Revelstoke walk-in clinics

Mountain View Medical and Selkirk Medical Group sign up for online service

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Pooling water and highway maintenance on Hwy. 1

Pooling water and highway maintenance on Hwy. 1

Slushy and slippery on Hwy. 1 and 23

Pooling water and highway maintenance on Hwy. 1
Lucas Myers presents his original play commissioned by the Revelstoke Arts Council at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre in 2016. (Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Review)

Performing Arts Centre to receive $128K from Columbia Basin Trust

‘The funding will help the Performing Arts Centre thrive for the next 10 years,’ says executive director

Lucas Myers presents his original play commissioned by the Revelstoke Arts Council at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre in 2016. (Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Review)
This dog was picked up in Revelstoke and dropped off at the Country Hills Animal Hospital in Calgary. She has no identification and may be deaf. The Calgary Humane Society and Revelstoke Humane Society are hoping that someone may recognize her so that she can go home. (Revelstoke Humane Society)

Humane Societies search for owner of B.C. dog dropped off in Calgary

The stray dog was picked up in Revelstoke and dropped off at the Country Hills Animal Hospital earlier this week

This dog was picked up in Revelstoke and dropped off at the Country Hills Animal Hospital in Calgary. She has no identification and may be deaf. The Calgary Humane Society and Revelstoke Humane Society are hoping that someone may recognize her so that she can go home. (Revelstoke Humane Society)
Alexandra Luxmoore and Cedar Cameron dressed up as ballerinas for last night’s headlamp heroes nordic ski race at the Mt. MacPherson Nordic Centre. Luxmoore recently competed at the B.C. Winter Games in Kamloops where she was part of a relay team who placed third in a 4x2km race. “We like to be very fancy,” said Cameron. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

PHOTOS: Headlamp heroes spotlights local nordic ski club

The Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club was out in full force on Wednesday night

Alexandra Luxmoore and Cedar Cameron dressed up as ballerinas for last night’s headlamp heroes nordic ski race at the Mt. MacPherson Nordic Centre. Luxmoore recently competed at the B.C. Winter Games in Kamloops where she was part of a relay team who placed third in a 4x2km race. “We like to be very fancy,” said Cameron. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok axes the ceremonial ribbon at the opening of the BC Interior Forestry Museum’s new lookout last May. The BCIFM has just received verbal confirmation that their were successful in their application for a grant from Columbia Basin Trust. The funding will allow them to continue to expand their museum outdoors. (file photo)

The BC Interior Forestry Museum receives Columbia Basin Trust grant to build trail network

Trails mark beginning of museum’s journey to a ‘museum without walls’

Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok axes the ceremonial ribbon at the opening of the BC Interior Forestry Museum’s new lookout last May. The BCIFM has just received verbal confirmation that their were successful in their application for a grant from Columbia Basin Trust. The funding will allow them to continue to expand their museum outdoors. (file photo)
Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok axes the ceremonial ribbon at the opening of the BC Interior Forestry Museum’s new lookout last May. The BCIFM has just received verbal confirmation that they were successful in their application for a grant from Columbia Basin Trust. The funding will allow them to continue to expand their museum outdoors. (File)

The BC Interior Forestry Museum receives grant to build trail network in Revelstoke

Trails mark beginning of museum’s journey to a ‘museum without walls’

Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok axes the ceremonial ribbon at the opening of the BC Interior Forestry Museum’s new lookout last May. The BCIFM has just received verbal confirmation that they were successful in their application for a grant from Columbia Basin Trust. The funding will allow them to continue to expand their museum outdoors. (File)
Limited visibility and water pooling on Trans-Canada Highway

Limited visibility and water pooling on Trans-Canada Highway

DriveBC is reporting slushy and slippery sections on Hwy. 1

Limited visibility and water pooling on Trans-Canada Highway
On Feb. 27, the Revelstoke RCMP held a public town hall at the Revelstoke Community Centre. Following an hour-long address by Staff Sgt. Kurt Grabinksy, he held a question and answer period. Pictured here, Carla Schumacher (left) addresses Grabinksy (right) following the Q + A about her concerns. During the Q + A Schumacher questioned Grabinsky on traffic enforcement. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

RCMP address residents’ concerns in town hall at Community Centre

Staff Sgt. Kurt Grabinsky addressed about 15 people on the RCMP’s budget, annual performance plan, and spoke to community concerns

On Feb. 27, the Revelstoke RCMP held a public town hall at the Revelstoke Community Centre. Following an hour-long address by Staff Sgt. Kurt Grabinksy, he held a question and answer period. Pictured here, Carla Schumacher (left) addresses Grabinksy (right) following the Q + A about her concerns. During the Q + A Schumacher questioned Grabinsky on traffic enforcement. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
UPDATE: Hwy. 1 reopens near Golden

UPDATE: Hwy. 1 reopens near Golden

The Trans-Canada Highway had closed Tuesday afternoon due to high avalanche hazard

UPDATE: Hwy. 1 reopens near Golden
Revelstoke Secondary School students Alexandra Roberts, Anna Kampman, Emalyn Adam, and Community Connections Councillor Sheena Bell, met Michelle Obama in Vancouver on Feb. 15. They were hosted by the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke students brush shoulders with Michelle Obama

Revelstoke Secondary School Students Alexandra Roberts, Anna Kampman, Emalyn Adam, and Community Connections Councillor Sheena Bell, were hosted by the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade

Revelstoke Secondary School students Alexandra Roberts, Anna Kampman, Emalyn Adam, and Community Connections Councillor Sheena Bell, met Michelle Obama in Vancouver on Feb. 15. They were hosted by the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)