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Cancelled shows and slow reopening for Revelstoke Art Gallery

The gallery has been closed since March due to COVID-19

Pure magic: live performances revived in Revelstoke

Revelstoke Arts Council hosting Guerrilla Gigs on Wednesdays all summer long

VIDEO: Teaching the next generation of skaters in Revelstoke

‘There’s very few sports out there where adults and children can play together’ says Adrian Giacca

Revelstoke cancer support group in need of support

The group provides funds for people undergoing cancer treatments

WEB POLL: Are you wearing a mask?

Some restaraunt employees are wearing face masks, some are not. Some people…

Revelstoke community helps those stranded during 30 hour Highway 1 closure

The closure west of the city was due to flooding

Glimpses of Revelstoke’s past for July 2

Items from Revelstoke newspapers, as gleaned and edited by Cathy English, curator…

Columbia Basin Trust developing short-term plan to guide activities

The trust is adapting to pandemic circumstances to continue to serve the region

Revelstoke RCMP officer cycling in Cops for Kids again this year

The fundraising event will travel through Revelstoke on Sept. 17

Revelstoke projects see extra funding this year

The city received a $136,000 top up from 2019 MRDT and funds have been reallocated due to COVID-19

Jocelyn’s Jottings: What makes a home a home?

I grew up on farm in northern Alberta, in a house that…

City not diving in to street closures

Businesses will be encouraged to try sidewalk patios and parklets

Local governments award CBT Community Initiatives grants

Part of the program evaluation is community input

VIDEO: Moose calf swims to safety in river near Revelstoke

The Jordan River is running high and fast

Revelstoke-area wildlife monitoring projects receive funding

The Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation gave out $9.2 million to fund 180 projects across B.C.

Glimpses of Revelstoke’s past for June 18

Items from Revelstoke newspapers, as gleaned and edited by Cathy English, curator…

City wants feedback on Hay Rd. development

The proposal features 60 housing units

Kootenays tourism industry feels unheard: Letter to Premier

Tourism industry wants Albertan travellers to be welcomed when non-essential travel ban lifted

Cheers Liquor Store donates $2,000 to food bank

Matching fundraiser continuing this month