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Dripping faucet, low angle view

City of Revelstoke announces planned water outage

Residents in the Second Street West area will be affected

Dripping faucet, low angle view
If you haven’t done so, you should move your clock back one hour as Daylight Savings Time ended at 2 a.m. Nov. 7. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Friendly reminder to ‘fall back’

Daylight Savings Time ended at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 7 and you should have put your clocks back one hour

If you haven’t done so, you should move your clock back one hour as Daylight Savings Time ended at 2 a.m. Nov. 7. (Photo by Don Bodger)
The 3D printers on site at the Fab Lab. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)

Adding a dimension: Revelstoke Fabrication Lab brings big ideas to life

New space above Revelstoke Visitors Centre brings opportunity for fabrication and education

The 3D printers on site at the Fab Lab. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)
Chris Swanson, Shane Cowie, and Ryan Hunter with prizes won at the fishing derby. (Contributed by Ryan Hunter)

‘Good honest fun’: Fishing derby draws anglers from across B.C’s Interior

Black Pearl Fishing Adventures brings traditional fishing derby back after hiatus

Chris Swanson, Shane Cowie, and Ryan Hunter with prizes won at the fishing derby. (Contributed by Ryan Hunter)
The Scoop for the week of Oct. 23-30. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)

VIDEO: The Scoop: Top stories for the week of Oct. 23-30

Halloween edition: Josh Piercey recaps the top news items in Revelstoke this week

The Scoop for the week of Oct. 23-30. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)
The Revelstoke Innovation Centre is located on the second floor of the Visitor Information Centre. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)

A place for collaboration and ingenuity: Revelstoke opens new office space

The Revelstoke Innovation Centre is a state-of-the-art facility home to multiple local organizations

The Revelstoke Innovation Centre is located on the second floor of the Visitor Information Centre. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
Basic jobs like cleaning out your gutters in the late fall can help avert disaster later in the year, and save money on energy bills. (Contributed photo)

Credit Union staff make a difference throughout Okanagan

Day of Difference sees employees lend a hand where needed

Basic jobs like cleaning out your gutters in the late fall can help avert disaster later in the year, and save money on energy bills. (Contributed photo)
The Illecillewaet Greenbelt Society’s new sign. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)
The Illecillewaet Greenbelt Society’s new sign. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)
The new Lake Country Community Fridge has officially opened at the Winfield United Church on Woodsdale Road. (Facebook photo)

Community fridge opens in Lake Country

Fridge found at Winfield United Church; judgment-free zone

The new Lake Country Community Fridge has officially opened at the Winfield United Church on Woodsdale Road. (Facebook photo)
Mick Trodden, an 11-year employee at the market, said he’d use his bonus to visit his grandchildren. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

B.C. grocer hands out thousands in employee bonuses amid regional staffing shortages

The extra cash followed a busy summer, says store owner Jean-Marc Pesant

Mick Trodden, an 11-year employee at the market, said he’d use his bonus to visit his grandchildren. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
The Scoop for Sept 25 (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)

VIDEO: The Scoop: Top stories for the week of Sept 18-25

Here are some of the week’s news items

The Scoop for Sept 25 (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)
The polling station set up at the Revelstoke Community Centre. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)

VIDEO: Revelstoke residents weigh in on the election

People across the country are voting in the federal election today

The polling station set up at the Revelstoke Community Centre. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)
Mark Anderson, owner of West Coast Driver Training, is planning on defying the rules that prevent him from installing dash cams in his company cars. (Robert Barron/Citizen)

B.C. driving school owner to install dash cams, in spite of prohibition

Mark Anderson said he intends to defy regulations due to better serve his clients

Mark Anderson, owner of West Coast Driver Training, is planning on defying the rules that prevent him from installing dash cams in his company cars. (Robert Barron/Citizen)
Donna Lecompte and Bobbie Tippe at Tim Hortons. (Josh Piercey-Revelstoke Review)
Donna Lecompte and Bobbie Tippe at Tim Hortons. (Josh Piercey-Revelstoke Review)
Luna Reimagined runs from September 24-26. (contributed)

Revelstoke’s leading art festival creates safe space for residents to view

LUNA Reimagined takes place in Revelstoke Sept. 24-26 and showcases local art in downtown core

Luna Reimagined runs from September 24-26. (contributed)
A video of two RCMP officers dancing outside of 7-Eleven in Vanderhoof by Ada Madam has received more than 10,000 views on Facebook as of Wednesday, September 1. (Facebook image)

Video of dancing cops in Northern B.C. goes viral

“It just lightened all of our moods.”

A video of two RCMP officers dancing outside of 7-Eleven in Vanderhoof by Ada Madam has received more than 10,000 views on Facebook as of Wednesday, September 1. (Facebook image)
<ins>Vernon physical therapists, chiropractors and registered massage therapists have banded together to give treatments to firefighters at the Vernon Fire Camp at Kin Race Track. </ins>Working a recent shift were, from left: Steve Piper, chiropractor, Monashee Health Collective; Chris MacDonald, RMT, Arise Massage; Anna Van de Vosse, RMT, Tri Lake Massage and Wellness Clinic; Darcie Weglo, chiropractor, Creekside Dynamic Health; Nathan Bruneau, physical therapist, South End Spine and Sports Physical Therapy; Michaela Rempel, RMT, Creekside Dynamic Health; Katrina Jahner, RMT, Creekside Dynamic Health. (Roger Knox - Vernon Morning Star)

Firefighters in good hands at Vernon camp

Physical therapists, chiropractors, registered massage therapists offer volunteer treatments at Vernon Fire Camp

<ins>Vernon physical therapists, chiropractors and registered massage therapists have banded together to give treatments to firefighters at the Vernon Fire Camp at Kin Race Track. </ins>Working a recent shift were, from left: Steve Piper, chiropractor, Monashee Health Collective; Chris MacDonald, RMT, Arise Massage; Anna Van de Vosse, RMT, Tri Lake Massage and Wellness Clinic; Darcie Weglo, chiropractor, Creekside Dynamic Health; Nathan Bruneau, physical therapist, South End Spine and Sports Physical Therapy; Michaela Rempel, RMT, Creekside Dynamic Health; Katrina Jahner, RMT, Creekside Dynamic Health. (Roger Knox - Vernon Morning Star)
Ross Reid, a 12-year Revelstoke bus driver, is on the receiving end of a GoFundMe to aid with his expenses while he is treated for cancer. (Photo via GoFundMe)

Revelstoke comes together in support of local bus driver

Revelstoke community starts GoFundMe to support Ross Reid as he battles Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Ross Reid, a 12-year Revelstoke bus driver, is on the receiving end of a GoFundMe to aid with his expenses while he is treated for cancer. (Photo via GoFundMe)
Bright Jenny is located at 984 Laurel Avenue in Kelowna. (Isabella Harmel/Capital News)

Kelowna coffee shop offers free coffee, workspace to wildfire evacuees

Bright Jenny Coffee is inviting evacuees in, ‘treat this place like an extension of your home’

Bright Jenny is located at 984 Laurel Avenue in Kelowna. (Isabella Harmel/Capital News)
West Kelowna musician Nathan Hutton is releasing a song he hopes will raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society. (Nathan Hutton)

West Kelowna musician raising funds for cancer research through new single

Soul Forgotten’s single Lilies will be released on Aug. 22

West Kelowna musician Nathan Hutton is releasing a song he hopes will raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society. (Nathan Hutton)