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Youth recovering well after July 10 crash

Revelstoke youth Shayne Grimmer has returned home to recover after a five-day stay in hospital in Kamloops following a serious car wreck on Highway 23 North on the evening of July 10.
Growth, HST help reduce B.C. deficit

Growth, HST help reduce B.C. deficit

The B.C. government finished the fiscal year this spring with a deficit of $309 million, nearly $1 billion less than what was forecast last fall.
China passes U.S. as B.C. lumber buyer

China passes U.S. as B.C. lumber buyer

Chinese buyers purchased $122 million worth of B.C. lumber in May, surpassing the value of lumber shipments to the United States for the first time ever.
Construction to start soon on replacing Clanwilliam Bridge

Construction to start soon on replacing Clanwilliam Bridge

Work is set to begin to twin the Clanwilliam Bridge 10 kilometres west of Revelstoke, the B.C. Ministry of Transportation announced Friday.

RCMP request help in locating missing person

Princeton resident, Wanda Foss missing for approximately three weeks.
Is this an endless spring or normal Revelstoke weather?

Is this an endless spring or normal Revelstoke weather?

This summer is just about bang-on average weather-wise by Revelstoke standards. Yep, even though it may seem like its been raining constantly, temperature and precipitation so far this summer are pretty much right around the normal, according to Environment Canada.
Council approves funding for 10 tourism infrastructure projects

Council approves funding for 10 tourism infrastructure projects

Revelstoke city council has given final approval for 10 tourism infrastructure projects. Most of the infrastructure projects are not being revealed for the first time, and funding for several of them top-up money for ongoing projects.
B.C. won't scrap rich pension for Ferries boss

B.C. won't scrap rich pension for Ferries boss

Breaching contract would be wrong, expensive: Lekstrom
City to create new business district heritage conservation area

City to create new business district heritage conservation area

Revelstoke city hall is starting the process of creating a new heritage protection district in the city's downtown core. The new Central Business District Heritage Conservation Area would tighten up rules around what can and can't be done to heritage buildings with the goal of protecting them.
Revelstoke Youth Action Plan paves way for possible youth coordinator

Revelstoke Youth Action Plan paves way for possible youth coordinator

A new Revelstoke Youth Action plan was released for public viewing last week. The 62-page document surveys the state of youth and youth services in Revelstoke and provides recommendations on ways the community can better engage youth with programming, facilities and other services.