Liam Harrap

Revelstoke volunteers sew almost 1,000 face masks to fight COVID-19

The masks are free with a donation to the food bank

Revelstoke reopens some public spaces; not skate park or playgrounds

The mayor said he hopes to reopen other public spaces in coming weeks

Train collides with vehicle in Revelstoke

There were no injuries according to government report

Revelstoke schools preparing to reopen – should it happen

The province has not yet confirmed if school will resume this year

Updated: No confirmed opening date for provincial parks near Revelstoke

In other places the parks are opening for day use

Highway 1 traffic through Revelstoke reduced by 40%

The decrease was noted for April from count station west of Revelstoke near the Enchanted Forest

Highway 1 traffic through Revelstoke reduced by 40%

The decrease was noted for April from count station west of Revelstoke near the Enchanted Forest

Revelstoke councillor proposes closing downtown street to traffic for business recovery

B.C. restaurants have been restricted to take-out service since March

Photos: A historical look at nursing in Revelstoke

May 12 is International Nurses Day

Video: Revelstokians’ new tent goes soaring

It was later found three blocks away

Demand at Revelstoke food bank triples

‘Food insecurity is impacting everyone in Revelstoke. At all levels.’

Video: Revelstoke Dam spillway spectacle

BC Hydro said the recent spillway release was the first for this year

President of Revelstoke Rod and Gun Club reacts to federal gun ban

‘We worry the ban could lead to other freedoms being taken away’

Revelstoke RCMP need public’s help regarding graffiti

Incident occurred at Centennial Park

Revelstoke students jump rope for charity

School staff visit students via bikes to say hello

Death in a time of COVID-19

Funerals are a time for the community to come together. However, the pandemic has changed that.

Revelstoke researcher says excess body fat increases risk for COVID-19

Roughly 80 per cent of the world has an increased rate of risk for COVID-19

U.S. caribou near Revelstoke survive first year

Recent surveys indicate further decline for the animal near Revelstoke

Revelstoke school board exploring ways to support local businesses

‘While maintaining the focus of making the most of financial resources for the benefit of students’