Jocelyn Doll

The 1977/78 British Columbia Olympics (BCO) men’s volleyball team. Recently three members were inducted into the BC Volleyball Hall of Fame, Keith Gallicano is No. 1, Jerry Story is No. 3 and John Markwart is No. 7.(Contributed)

Three more Revelstoke Volleyballers inducted to the Volleyball BC Hall of Fame

The men played for the 1977/78 British Columbia Olympics team

The 1977/78 British Columbia Olympics (BCO) men’s volleyball team. Recently three members were inducted into the BC Volleyball Hall of Fame, Keith Gallicano is No. 1, Jerry Story is No. 3 and John Markwart is No. 7.(Contributed)
The Revelstoke waste disposal station on Westside Road. — Image credit: Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review
The Revelstoke waste disposal station on Westside Road. — Image credit: Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review
The Revelstoke Visual Art Centre’s annual Anything Goes fundraiser is now live online and showing at the centre. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke art gallery’s annual fundraiser auction now live online

Anything Goes at the Visual Art Centre’s current exhibition

The Revelstoke Visual Art Centre’s annual Anything Goes fundraiser is now live online and showing at the centre. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)
Marilyn McKinnon, who lives in Nakusp, had to fight for 11 months, and speak to 18 different doctors, in order to get a surgery that has enabled her to walk again. (Contributed)

‘The system failed me’: Nakusp woman, who was unable to walk, fought for months for treatment

It took Marilyn McKinnon five months to convince a doctor to request an MRI

Marilyn McKinnon, who lives in Nakusp, had to fight for 11 months, and speak to 18 different doctors, in order to get a surgery that has enabled her to walk again. (Contributed)
Jodie Graham rescued a pigeon with a broken wing, it is now in the care of Little Mittens Animal Rescue Association in Golden. (Contributed)

Revelstoke family rescues pigeon with broken wing

A call went out on social media when someone spotted the bird, unable to fly

Jodie Graham rescued a pigeon with a broken wing, it is now in the care of Little Mittens Animal Rescue Association in Golden. (Contributed)
Leslie Davidson’s new book The Sun is a Shine is officially being released later this month. She is inspired by the stories she reads for her grandkids and the ones she read in her Kindergarten classroom, before she retired from teaching. (Contribtued)

‘A big novel’s worth of emotion and truth’: Revelstoke’s Leslie Davidson writes her second children’s book

She also recently authored a nonfiction piece about her Parkinson’s deep brain stimulation treatment

Leslie Davidson’s new book The Sun is a Shine is officially being released later this month. She is inspired by the stories she reads for her grandkids and the ones she read in her Kindergarten classroom, before she retired from teaching. (Contribtued)
Chairs are stacked on top of tables at the Taco Club. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
Chairs are stacked on top of tables at the Taco Club. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
Lynn Gagnon. Stoked Dogs. Figuring out Fido. (Contributed)

Figuring out Fido: Pandemic puppies, what you need to know

Dog training tips from Stoked Dogs trainer Lynn Gagnon

Lynn Gagnon. Stoked Dogs. Figuring out Fido. (Contributed)
It feels like we are all trapped in a horror movie and Dr. Bonnie Henry has asked us to shelter in a cabin in the woods. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Jocelyn’s Jottings: Are we really all in this together?

The pandemic is not affecting us all equally

It feels like we are all trapped in a horror movie and Dr. Bonnie Henry has asked us to shelter in a cabin in the woods. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Revelstoke city hall. Revelstoke City Council. Revelstoke City Staff. Feb. 24, 2021. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke seeks feedback on budget, proposed 1% tax increase

Deadline to submit comments is April 7 at 4 p.m.

Revelstoke city hall. Revelstoke City Council. Revelstoke City Staff. Feb. 24, 2021. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
The City of Revelstoke received grant funding to install washrooms at Woodenhead Park. (File photo)

Woodenhead Park to get washroom facilities

Funding from the provincial government will also see the greenbelt trails expanded

The City of Revelstoke received grant funding to install washrooms at Woodenhead Park. (File photo)
Easter is coming up this weekend. (COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Station)
Easter is coming up this weekend. (COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Station)
A view of the Jordan River from the trail in the area, during the summer. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke councillor demands update on protection of the Jordan River

City staff will present an update at the April 13 council meeting

A view of the Jordan River from the trail in the area, during the summer. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
The Revelstoke Community Centre is hosting the COVID-19 vaccine clinic. (Submitted)

COVID vaccine clinic inoculates 77 people in Revelstoke

Eligibility is currently dependent upon age

The Revelstoke Community Centre is hosting the COVID-19 vaccine clinic. (Submitted)
Elizabeth (left) and Suzanne Haupt on the steps of Revelstoke Museum and Archives. The sisters worked for the Revelstoke Museum and Archives and the Revelstoke Railway Museum as student interns from September 2020 to March 2021. (Contributed)

Revelstoke Museum & Archives weathers the COVID storm

Attendance dropped but grant assistance allowed for continued operations

Elizabeth (left) and Suzanne Haupt on the steps of Revelstoke Museum and Archives. The sisters worked for the Revelstoke Museum and Archives and the Revelstoke Railway Museum as student interns from September 2020 to March 2021. (Contributed)
Columbia Basin Trust has announced $1 million in funding for technology upgrades for non-profits. (File photo)

CBT funds to address technology gaps for Revelstoke non-profits

The trust allocated $1 million to 178 organization across the region

Columbia Basin Trust has announced $1 million in funding for technology upgrades for non-profits. (File photo)
The view of Revelstoke from Revelstoke Mountain Resort. (Submitted)
The view of Revelstoke from Revelstoke Mountain Resort. (Submitted)
A view of Revelstoke. (North Columbia Environmental Society)

Jocelyn’s Jottings: The housing market is changing Revelstoke

How many people do you know who have left because they can’t afford to buy a house?

A view of Revelstoke. (North Columbia Environmental Society)
Kim Remiraz went back to school at 40 years of age to become an electrician, after a career in the beauty industry. (Contributed)

Inspiring women: From the beauty department to a construction site

This article is from our series on inspiring women in Revelstoke for…

Kim Remiraz went back to school at 40 years of age to become an electrician, after a career in the beauty industry. (Contributed)
Theresa Hamilton plays tic tac toe on a window with a senior in Mt. Cartier Court as the pandemic limited in-person visitors into senior care homes. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)

Inspiring women: On life, death and dying

This article is from our series on inspiring women in Revelstoke for…

Theresa Hamilton plays tic tac toe on a window with a senior in Mt. Cartier Court as the pandemic limited in-person visitors into senior care homes. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)