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Coming Home by Sinixt artist Ric Gendron was revealed at LUNA Reimagined on Sept. 25. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)

Sinixt artwork joins Revelstoke’s Art Alleries

Ric Gendron’s work features historical figures as well as his family members

Coming Home by Sinixt artist Ric Gendron was revealed at LUNA Reimagined on Sept. 25. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)
BC Wildfire is planning a prescribed burn at McLeod Creek in late September or early October. (File photo-BC Wildfire)

Prescribed burn planned for area north of Nakusp

The McLeod Creek burn will be dependent on weather and site conditions

BC Wildfire is planning a prescribed burn at McLeod Creek in late September or early October. (File photo-BC Wildfire)
The federal government legalized medical assistance in dying in 2016. (Needpix.com)

Revelstokian advocating for change of advance medically assisted dying requests

Tanya Secord and her sisters want to make sure their wishes can be followed

The federal government legalized medical assistance in dying in 2016. (Needpix.com)
A view of Mt. Macpherson from beside the Jordan River. (File photo)

License continues to pit gravel company against environmentalists, city

Proposed site near Jordan River is in the same location as a gravel pit application that was denied

A view of Mt. Macpherson from beside the Jordan River. (File photo)
Queen Victoria Cottage Hospital was Revelstoke’s first public hospital, opened in 1902 on First Street West, the current site of Save-On-Foods. (Revelstoke Museum photo 1081)

Glimpses of Revelstoke’s past for Sept. 23

Local history as recorded by the newspaper of the day

Queen Victoria Cottage Hospital was Revelstoke’s first public hospital, opened in 1902 on First Street West, the current site of Save-On-Foods. (Revelstoke Museum photo 1081)
COVID cases in the Revelstoke area from Sept. 12-18. (BC CDC)

12 new COVID-19 cases in Revelstoke Sept. 12-18

Cases in neighbouring communities go down

COVID cases in the Revelstoke area from Sept. 12-18. (BC CDC)
The polling station in Revelstoke for the 2021 Federal Election. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)

WEB POLL: Did you vote in the federal election?

The 44th federal election took place Sept. 20

The polling station in Revelstoke for the 2021 Federal Election. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)
Jessa Gilber’s Flux is currently on display at the Revelstoke Visual Art Centre. (Contributed)
Jessa Gilber’s Flux is currently on display at the Revelstoke Visual Art Centre. (Contributed)
BC Transit is offering free rides on Sept. 20, election day. (Submitted/BC Transit)

Take the bus to the polling station for free on election day

Revelstoke is one of several communities free public transit

BC Transit is offering free rides on Sept. 20, election day. (Submitted/BC Transit)
Isabel Coursier of Revelstoke held the women’s world record for ski-jumping with a jump of 84 feet in 1922. (Revelstoke Museum and Archives photo 909)

Arts Revelstoke to commission sculpture of Isabel Coursier

It will be donated and permanently showcased in the city

Isabel Coursier of Revelstoke held the women’s world record for ski-jumping with a jump of 84 feet in 1922. (Revelstoke Museum and Archives photo 909)
Parks Canada fire crews are burning wood debris piles in Mt. Revelstoke National Park. Smoke may be visible from the city. (Contributed-Parks Canada)

Parks burns fuel around Mt. Revelstoke, Glacier National Park

Smoke from planned work could be visible from highway, city

Parks Canada fire crews are burning wood debris piles in Mt. Revelstoke National Park. Smoke may be visible from the city. (Contributed-Parks Canada)
The start of September means back to reality for a lot of us. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)

Jocelyn’s Jottings: Summer is over, now get out and vote!

Welcome back everyone! It’s the time of year when the people who…

The start of September means back to reality for a lot of us. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)
The Kootenay-Columbia candidates are now live in Black Press’ candidate forum. (Contributed)

REWATCH: Kootenay-Columbia candidates vye for your vote

The election is coming up on Sept. 20

The Kootenay-Columbia candidates are now live in Black Press’ candidate forum. (Contributed)
House fire on Moss St. in Revelstoke. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)

Gofundme launched for victims of Moss St. fire

The four tenants are now homeless and lost all of their belongings

House fire on Moss St. in Revelstoke. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)
An electric car charging station is being installed at the Revelstoke Railway Museum. (AP Photo / Susan Walsh)

Electric car charging station coming to the Revelstoke Railway Museum

It will be Electrify Canada’s 10th station in the province

An electric car charging station is being installed at the Revelstoke Railway Museum. (AP Photo / Susan Walsh)
Dean Jackson at Revelstoke Golf Club recently won the Dick Munn Golf Professional of the Year Award of the Interior region. (File photo-Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke’s head golf pro wins regional golf award

Dean Jackson was recognized as golf professional of the year in the Interior

Dean Jackson at Revelstoke Golf Club recently won the Dick Munn Golf Professional of the Year Award of the Interior region. (File photo-Revelstoke Review)
The TransCanada highway is closed between Revelstoke and Golden due to a vehicle incident. (File photo)

UPDATE: Highway now open

DriveBC is reporting a vehicle incident in Glacier National Park

The TransCanada highway is closed between Revelstoke and Golden due to a vehicle incident. (File photo)
Sarah Bennett is the People’s Party of Canada candidate for the Kootenay-Columbia riding. (Contributed)

‘That’s not freedom’: People’s Party candidate Sarah Bennett against the vaccine passport

The Kootenay-Columbia candidate is campaigning for choice amidst the pandemic restrictions

Sarah Bennett is the People’s Party of Canada candidate for the Kootenay-Columbia riding. (Contributed)
This year’s fall food drive will take place as a series of small events instead of the Emergency Services Food Drive. (Submitted)

Community Connections reimagines fall food drive

Food Drive Week will take place the week of Sept. 19

This year’s fall food drive will take place as a series of small events instead of the Emergency Services Food Drive. (Submitted)
Tourism Revelstoke is offering $500 towards accommodation to visitors in exchange for volunteer hours. (Contributed-Tourism Revelstoke)

Tourism Revelstoke launches Thanksgiving Back campaign

Visitors who participate Sept. 25-26 or Oct. 2-3 can get up to $500 towards their accommodation

Tourism Revelstoke is offering $500 towards accommodation to visitors in exchange for volunteer hours. (Contributed-Tourism Revelstoke)