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Got Food? Bears need 20,000 calories per day!

Got Food? Bears need 20,000 calories per day!

Keep your food and garbage out of reach of bears as they fatten up for the winter, Revelstoke Bear Aware warns.
Tough Railroaders exhibit showcases lives on the trains

Tough Railroaders exhibit showcases lives on the trains

National Senior’s Day rolled out the red carpet for Revelstoke Railway Museum’s Coffee Club celebrities on Monday.
Photo: We’re all gonna love it!

Photo: We’re all gonna love it!

About 80 people came out in a variety of costumes for the second annual Caddyshack golf tournament on Sunday.
Halcyon Harvest Fest blessed with summery weather

Halcyon Harvest Fest blessed with summery weather

Halcyon Hot Springs event shines under the fall sun.
Age-friendly acknowledgement

Age-friendly acknowledgement

Revelstoke gets and Age-friendly nod at the UBCM meeting in Victoria.
Updated: Revelstoke food drive collects 4.5 tonnes of food, $6,365 in donations.

Updated: Revelstoke food drive collects 4.5 tonnes of food, $6,365 in donations.

Between 250-260 volunteers come out for Revelstoke Emergency Services Fight Back Against Hunger Food Drive last week.
Help Revelstoke fight back against hunger

Help Revelstoke fight back against hunger

Co-organizer Krista Carnegie shares why she got involved helping organize for the food bank, and encourages you to give on Sept. 19 and 20.
$2 hot dog, pop & chips lunch today at Red Apple supports Food Bank

$2 hot dog, pop & chips lunch today at Red Apple supports Food Bank

The Red Apple store is holding grand opening events today (Sept. 14), including a $2 charity lunch
Update: Revelstoke Credit Union, Knights of Pythias help out Revelstoke Cancer Support Group

Update: Revelstoke Credit Union, Knights of Pythias help out Revelstoke Cancer Support Group

Revelstoke Credit Union and Knights of Pythias present a $1,000 & $1,500 cheques respectively to Revelstoke Cancer Support Group.
Photo: Operation Lifesaver gives thanks

Photo: Operation Lifesaver gives thanks

James Macdonald, manager of the Revelstoke A&W, received two books from Operation Lifesaver volunteers as thanks supporting the program.