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COVID-19 signage outside the Queen Victoria Hospital in Revelstoke. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)

UPDATE: 22 COVID cases in 14 days in Revelstoke

Interior Health is calling the increasing number of cases a community cluster

COVID-19 signage outside the Queen Victoria Hospital in Revelstoke. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
A 3-D rendering of the future plans for the resort base and the south base. (Ecosign Mountain Resort Planners)

Resort releases plans for base, including staff housing

Dave Brownlie presented three year priorities and 10-20 year plans to Revelstoke City Council

A 3-D rendering of the future plans for the resort base and the south base. (Ecosign Mountain Resort Planners)
City council voted down an proposed amendment to the zoning bylaw that would have allowed a cannabis retail store to be constructed between the Last Call Liquor Store and Grizzly Pub. (Photo via Google Maps)

Revelstoke city council rejects fifth cannabis retail store

Council votes down an amendment to the zoning bylaw that would have allowed for the project

City council voted down an proposed amendment to the zoning bylaw that would have allowed a cannabis retail store to be constructed between the Last Call Liquor Store and Grizzly Pub. (Photo via Google Maps)
Lucas Meyers will be performing his one-man show Revelstoke Project on Nov. 28 via live-stream. (Submitted/Arts Revelstoke)

Upcoming shows cancelled at Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre

The Revelstoke Project will still be live-streamed on Nov. 28

Lucas Meyers will be performing his one-man show Revelstoke Project on Nov. 28 via live-stream. (Submitted/Arts Revelstoke)
The angel tree is now up at CIBC. Pick up a tag and buy a gift for a child this holiday season. (Photo via Facebook/Amanda Cole)

Give a gift to someone in need in Revelstoke

CIBC and Community Connections angel tree is now up

The angel tree is now up at CIBC. Pick up a tag and buy a gift for a child this holiday season. (Photo via Facebook/Amanda Cole)
Jenn and Josh McLafferty, Owners of Monashee Spirits, which distills a variety of vodka, gin, brandy, whiskey and liqueurs. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)

UPDATE: Three more Revelstoke businesses close due to COVID-19 exposure

Ray’s Butcher shop, Monashee Distillery and La Baguette each had a staff member test positive

Jenn and Josh McLafferty, Owners of Monashee Spirits, which distills a variety of vodka, gin, brandy, whiskey and liqueurs. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
BC Transit is replacing older diesel buses in Revelstoke and the Shuswap with new light-duty gasoline buses. (Submitted/BC Transit)

BC Transit replacing buses in Revelstoke and Shuswap

The new light-duty buses will run on gasoline, replacing older diesel buses

BC Transit is replacing older diesel buses in Revelstoke and the Shuswap with new light-duty gasoline buses. (Submitted/BC Transit)
Revelstoke Options for Sexual Health Clinic will be closed for two weeks. (Photo via Facebook)

Revelstoke OPT clinic closes temporarily due to spike in COVID cases

The clinic usually operates on Wednesday evenings

Revelstoke Options for Sexual Health Clinic will be closed for two weeks. (Photo via Facebook)
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Jocelyn’s Jottings: What I stand for

I recently made a mistake. Though I strive to get it right…

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Greg Rose spent several weeks working alongside Tammy VanSickle to ensure a smooth transition as he took over the business on Monday, Nov. 16. (Submitted)

The show goes on: Roxy theatre changes hands

It will remain a theatre says new manager Greg Rose

Greg Rose spent several weeks working alongside Tammy VanSickle to ensure a smooth transition as he took over the business on Monday, Nov. 16. (Submitted)
The Revelstoke COVID testing site has seen a recent surge in appointments. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)

Surge in appointments at Revelstoke COVID testing site

Interior Health said they are adjust hours as required

The Revelstoke COVID testing site has seen a recent surge in appointments. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
Pile Of Newspapers. (Black Press file photo)

Review misreports on city byelection dates

Updates will be reported when they are available

Pile Of Newspapers. (Black Press file photo)
A look at Highway 1 near Revelstoke at 3:30 p.m. on Nov. 18. (DriveBC)

UPDATE: Avalanche control cancelled east of Revelstoke

Avalanche control work is being done in Rogers Pass

A look at Highway 1 near Revelstoke at 3:30 p.m. on Nov. 18. (DriveBC)
Revelstoke’s Youth Access Fund is hosting a different kind of holiday fundraiser this year. (Submitted)

Bear on the Chair fundraiser launching Nov. 20

Revelstoke’s Youth Action Fund supports youth access to activities

Revelstoke’s Youth Access Fund is hosting a different kind of holiday fundraiser this year. (Submitted)
Jill Zacharias worked as the city’s social development coordinator for 12 years. She recently got a new job as the Tamarak Institute’s BC Manager of Growth and Impact: Cities Reducing Poverty. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke’s long time social development coordinator moves on to new position

Jill Zacharias will be working at a provincial level to help end poverty with the Tamarak Institute

Jill Zacharias worked as the city’s social development coordinator for 12 years. She recently got a new job as the Tamarak Institute’s BC Manager of Growth and Impact: Cities Reducing Poverty. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
A file photo of a coyote. (File photo)

Parks Canada warning of coyote activity in Nels Nelsen area

Mt. Revelstoke National Park seeing increased coyote activity

A file photo of a coyote. (File photo)
Revelstoke Mountain Resort released this rendering of proposed staff accommodation on Nov. 16, 2020, adding that an application for the project will be submitted to the city by the end of the week. (Photo via Facebook)

Resort releases staff accommodation sneak peak

Revelstoke Mountain Resort promising submitted application by the end of the week

Revelstoke Mountain Resort released this rendering of proposed staff accommodation on Nov. 16, 2020, adding that an application for the project will be submitted to the city by the end of the week. (Photo via Facebook)
Cases of COVID-19 are recorded based on where the person lives, not where they work or where the test was done. (File photo)

No October COVID-19 cases for Revelstoke residents

BC CDC records cases based on place of residence

Cases of COVID-19 are recorded based on where the person lives, not where they work or where the test was done. (File photo)
A female wolf, left, and male wolf roam the tundra near The Meadowbank Gold Mine located in the Nunavut Territory of Canada on Wednesday, March 25, 2009. A British Columbia environmental group has launched a legal petition alleging the provincial government's wolf cull to save caribou is breaking federal and provincial laws. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Letter: Hey toque n’ dog lovin’ community they’re going to kill more canines

The province is spending $500,000 to pay for the fifth winter of wolf removal

A female wolf, left, and male wolf roam the tundra near The Meadowbank Gold Mine located in the Nunavut Territory of Canada on Wednesday, March 25, 2009. A British Columbia environmental group has launched a legal petition alleging the provincial government's wolf cull to save caribou is breaking federal and provincial laws. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette
The Revelstoke RCMP arrested an alleged car thief yesterday, Nov. 9, after the suspect ditched the car at Giant Cedars Boardwalk and fled into the forest. Air service and a police dog assisted in the capture.(Black Press file photo)
The Revelstoke RCMP arrested an alleged car thief yesterday, Nov. 9, after the suspect ditched the car at Giant Cedars Boardwalk and fled into the forest. Air service and a police dog assisted in the capture.(Black Press file photo)