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Demonstrations for and against decision to remove Wild Flight Farms from Revelstoke Farm & Craft Market planned for Saturday morning.
Jean Takkinen was an x-ray technician and care aid, and is now an active volunteer at
the Thrift Store and United Church.
For the first time, the company will halt all track grinding in B.C. during the peak fire season in July and August.
B.C. government committing $749,872 to help unemployed people find forestry jobs through a paid training opportunity with Okanagan College.
The lines at the derailment site west of Ashcroft were inspected on January 11, the day before the incident.
Revelstoke Museum & Archives is celebrating the 150th anniversary of Canadian confederation by choosing 150 historic Revelstoke photographs.
Interior Health is advising residents in a 50 km stretch south of the derailment not to drink water from the river until tests are done
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The accident, involving two semi-trailers at the junction of Highway 1 and Cornwall Road, occurred just after noon on December 30.
New timelapse technology shows how the world has changed from 1984 to 2016.
Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett is now a Minister of State, giving rural communities an advocate at the cabinet table.
Freelancer Melissa Jameson writes about the stigma surrounding FASD after adopting her son.
Interior Health is the first health authority in the province to introduce a region-wide number to report abuse.
A few dozen people gathered at the workers' memorial in Centennial Park on Thursday for the annual National Day of Mourning ceremony.
Celebration of Life for Les Wetselaar taking place in Centennial Park on Saturday, Apr. 30, at 1 p.m.
The awning above the steps of Revelstoke city hall was taken down. It was not part of the original city hall.
BC Historical Federation's annual conference taking place in Revelstoke from May 26–28.