Martha Wickett

No decision yet from Sagmoen bail hearing

Provincial court judge is expected to decide next week if Silver Creek man to remain in custody

Peeved about poop

Salmon Arm woman perturbed with number of dog deposits on local trails

Update: Description provided of man, vehicle in Chase abduction attempt

Teenager doesn’t believe suspect’s story, flees on foot

City supports outdoor school application

Salmon Arm council adds extra measure of support to school district’s submission to land commission

Owner refutes recycling complaint

Environment Canada looks into alleged violation, makes no public comment.

Shuswap vintners want trade with Alberta to continue

Ban on wine criticized for different reasons but not being felt yet by small wineries.

School district considers hiring non-teachers to teach

North Okanagan-Shuswap School District ponders way to counter provincial teacher shortage

Column: Turning a blind eye has deadly consequences

Too much snow, gas prices too high, too many potholes. These are…

Helping thousands of refugees

Former Salmon Arm woman heads Canadian aid for those fleeing persecution in Myanmar

No zebra or quagga mussels found in Columbia Shuswap

Testing of 26 water bodies finds no trace of larva but boaters warned to continue to be vigilant

Curtis Sagmoen faces new assault charges

Police seek information from witnesses or other women who may have been victimized.

One too many close calls: Tow truck driver speaks out

Tow truck crews fed up with dangers caused by irresponsible drivers.

Salmon Arm a winner in commute time

Time to drive to work is longer than 15 minutes in most B.C. communities.

Update: Another semi hits the ditch

The owner of property spanning Highway 97A near Mara is done with having to repair her fence.

Salmon Arm dragon boat restoration recognized

Dilapidated watercraft ready for the dump, now restored to former glory

Harnessing sun in Shuswap

New society forms to make solar energy more accessible to residents.

Group opposes Salmon Arm landfill expansion

Regional district to offer open house, online survey to capture public input on expansion, options.

‘Do-Gooder’ traumatizes cat owner

Cat stolen from vehicle by man who thought he was rescuing animal from neglect.

Still time to recycle your Christmas tree

Columbia Shuswap Regional District offers free program through Jan. 15.

Fest a success despite wildfires

Roots and Blues earns good reviews, small increase in festivalgoers, sales