Liam Harrap

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’

Revelstoke bike shop gives free tune-ups for essential workers

Other businesses also chipped in for the event

COVID-19 leads to 75% revenue loss for half of Revelstoke businesses

Prior to the pandemic, 2020 was going to be a bumper year say local businesses

Liam’s Lowdown: COVID-19 has made life ‘simple’

Under the pandemic, I feel more connected to my neighbours

Revelstoke Review takes gold at provincial newspaper awards

The newspaper was one of the most nominated in the province

Two orphaned black bears returning home to Revelstoke

Jasper and Tinkerbell were sent to a wildlife sanctuary after their mother died near Revelstoke

Revelstoke Timber Days cancelled

The event was scheduled for May 16

Revelstoke business donates 100 face shields to local hospital

Free Spirit Sports said it’s important to support frontline workers during the health crisis

Revelstoke photographers capture life under COVID-19 with ‘porch-raits’

The photos will be donated to the Revelstoke Museum and Archives

Revelstoke summer farmers’ markets aiming to return

The markets may no longer be located in Grizzly Plaza and along MacKenzie Ave

Non-profit trying to build indoor climbing gym in Revelstoke folds

The decision is due to economic uncertainty caused by COVID-19

‘Be kind’ says Revelstoke mayor in wake of COVID-19 shaming

Mayor Gary Sulz said folks may not understand the situation facing another during this health crisis

Revelstoke library celebrates 100 years

When it first opened it had roughly 600 books

A life enforcing the law

Revelstoke RCMP Const. Kate Montgomery said she became an officer to help people. (Contributed)

eBooks rentals up 42% for Okanagan Regional Library

The library premises closed March 17

eBooks rentals up 87% at Revelstoke library

The library’s premises has been closed since Mar. 14

City praises Revelstokians for compliance during pandemic

‘Our community is doing really well’

Train catches fire in Revelstoke

The event occured April 11

Parks Canada extends closures until at least end of May

The agency is suspending camping, group activities and events across the country