Martha Wickett

Shuswap’s first Syrian refugee wants world to stop dictatorship

Six of nine refugee families remain in Salmon Arm, all settling well ‘in paradise’

Syrian refugees fear for lives at home

Former head of Salmon Arm Refugee Coalition says Canada should be doing more

Update: Missing First Nations girl has been found

The Chase RCMP thank the public as Shayna Ignace has been found and returned to her home

Traffic on Highway 1 between Sicamous and Revelstoke moving again

Accident 10 kilometres east of Craigellachie closes Trans-Canada Highway Sunday evening

So far so good for wildfires in Okanagan-Shuswap

More lightning predicted tonight, then increasingly high temperatures over next five days

Salmon Arm police cleared of wrongdoing in arrest that injured man

Police watchdog finds RCMP officer acted appropriately when arresting man whose knee was broken

Device brings back live music for Shuswap man

More businesses, facilities set up Auris Loop system to help those with hearing loss

Social media post sparks charge of uttering threats

Salmon Arm Secondary student faces serious allegation

Thief posing as Revenue Canada staff gets iTune cards

Victim provides fraudster with $3,000 in cards

Police say Salmon Arm youth who posted about shooting students no longer a threat

Group which alerted RCMP to tweets says it issued a Code Red, highest level of alert

Proposed Salmon Arm bylaw would clamp down on panhandlers

Based on bylaws in Kelowna and Kamloops, this one extends prohibited areas from 10 to 15 metres

Rough spots on Trans-Canada Highway at Kault Hill being paved

Traffic on Highway 1 single lane alternating about eight kilometres west of Salmon Arm

Nasty odour in Chase eliminated

Village public works staff successful in staunching stench at sewage lagoons

This year’s flooding doesn’t rival 1948

Being tormented by mosquitoes stands out for Shuswap resident

Man charged in 2015 Sicamous robbery to be sentenced in August

Accused, who was shot by police, pleads guilty to three of nine counts.

Unusually nasty odour repulses Chase residents

Village staff trying to get bacteria working in lagoons at sewage treatment plant

Shuswap Lake just keeps rising

Regional district officials encourage those with vulnerable properties to prepare early.

Herons build new colony near Fifth Street

Duplex developers will follow guidelines to protect birds nesting

Video: Peak levels for Salmon River downgraded

River flows remain at 100-year flood level, further flooding to depend on weather

B.C. Mountie won’t be charged after robbery suspect shot

Prosecution Service determines that evidence in 2015 Salmon Arm shooting doesn’t justify charges