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Jean Takkinen was an x-ray technician and care aid, and is now an active volunteer at
the Thrift Store and United Church.
Jenn and Josh McLafferty are crafting spirits ahead of grand opening of Monashee Spirits in downtown Revelstoke.
Miriam Manley promoted to run the Revelstoke Arts Council, while Victoria Strange takes over the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre
Known as 'vapes', vaporizers or e-cigarettes have quickly become socially acceptable among Revelstoke's youth.
James Richard is offering horse-drawn sleigh rides around Revelstoke.
About 60 people attend the women's March in Revelstoke, one of about 700 that took place worldwide on Saturday.
Revelstoke's Talia and Theresa Camozzi write book on seasonal affective disorder.
Maggie Davis co-headlines the Revelstoke Coffee House Hootenanny Extravaganza Fundraiser on Dec. 30.
Leah Allison is bringing her glass art to Revelstoke.
What began as a small idea has snowballed into what will hopefully become an afternoon of Christmas delight for the children of Revelstoke.
For Revelstoke businesses, a lack of rental housing has created problems when it comes to recruitment and retention of employees.
Annual ceremony involves many different community groups.
Revelstoke-based writer found out she won CBC Books award at same time her new children’s novel was published
Photographer Kip Wiley, potter Jacqueline Palmer, and artists Jewelles Smith, Susan Lind and Kristin Lind display works at RVAC.
Freelancer Melissa Jameson writes about the stigma surrounding FASD after adopting her son.
John Opra has played a central role in Revelstoke's development as both an educator and city councillor.
Edmonton-based rockabilly band Sam Spades plays Friday and Sunday nights at the Revelstoke Glacier Challenge.
Revelstoke Garden & Art tour will showcase some of community's best gardens and artists.
Art by Revelstoke Secondary School students is on display this month at the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre.
Birch & Lace hosting Trashion Show, where all the clothes will be made out of products heading for the garbage or recycling.