Jodi Brak

Semi-truck rollover reported on Trans-Canada between Salmon Arm and Sicamous

No injuries being reported, traffic down to single lane alternating

CSRD board approves pay increase for directors

Remuneration bylaw will come into effect after election of new board

High spirits after first week of classes at Shuswap’s outdoor school

South Canoe school is taking student learning into the great outdoors

Salmon Arm Fair officially underway

Great family fun, entertainment all weekend at the fairgrounds, parade downtown Saturday morning

Shuswap RCMP release details of fatal accidents on Trans-Canada Highway

Two collisions east of Sicamous result in fatalities

Update: Trans-Canada Highway closed west of Tappen, near Salmon Arm

Collision on highway has stopped traffic, estimated opening at 9 p.m.

Shuswap Special Olympians share memories from national competition

Trio brings home full suite of medals from Antigonish

Trans-Canada Highway closed east of Sicamous due to accident

Estimated time of opening is 8 p.m.

Penticton Super League Triathlon suspended due to smoky skies

Okanagan air quality levels are hindering outdoor events

Searing memories of the Shuswap’s 1998 Silver Creek wildfire

Tales recounted from the battle against the blaze that nearly destroyed Salmon Arm

PGA of B.C. Championship comes to the Shuswap

Talking Rock Golf Course readies the greens for the top competition in B.C. golf

Shuswap Special Olympians take their place atop podium

Athletes bring home a complete set of medals - gold, silver and bronze

Shuswap curlers set sights on top spot in Canada 55 Plus Games

Two teams look to replicate undefeated 2017 championships

Shuswap Selkirks swimmer powers to national level

James Lebuke commits to constant improvement, sights set on Olympics

Sheryl Crow hits West Kelowna for Mission Hill Winery concert

Songstress seems struck by the natural beauty of the Okanagan

Help stop the spread of invasive plants in the Okanagan-Shuswap

Ensure species such as Flowering Rush aren’t accidentally bought from garden stores

Preventing invasive mussels in the Shuswap

Zebra and Quagga mussels threaten B.C. lakes and rivers

Study shows increase in mountain bike tourism in B.C.

Numbers are up, way up, for bike-related visits to the province

Mountain biking draws increasing number of tourists to B.C.

Study shows numbers are up, way up, for bike-related visits to the province

Salmon Arm Secondary’s Wellness Centre helping youth

Success stories shared at monthly school board meeting