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In case you missed them, check out the Observer’s most read stories from the past week
A fishing trip on Shuswap Lake could have ended in tragedy if it wasn’t for some fellow boaters.
Elijah Lazar and Rohan Kafle both wrestled their way to top-eight finishes at nationals
Dr. Andrew McLean brings behavioural science to the riding ring
Local youth do well in karate tournament in Japan
Sunnybrae families reflect on their close call, try to regroup after losses.
The Chase Heat fell three games to none against the Beaver Valley Nitehawks in KIJHL playoff action
Malakwa, Sicamous and Swansea Point fire departments train rookies with real flames
The public had a chance to tour the Orchard House as council ponders whether to preserve it.
Salmon Arm's Team Jenkins lost their final game of the BC Senior Curling Championships on Feb. 26.
The Salmon Arm representatives at the BC Senior Curling Championships are 7-0 going into the finals.
A few citizens continue to try raise awareness of the need to drive with caution through Salmon Arm.
A large swan would likely have perished had it not been rescued by several caring Shuswap individuals.
Salmon Arm will soon have a new place to skate outdoors, thanks to a hard-working crew at DeMille’s Farm Market.
City of Salmon Arm crews removed a hateful piece of graffiti from a fence alongside a public trail on Friday Nov. 18.
The city of Salmon Arm was poised to purchase the property from School District #83.
Too good to be true property offered complete with false lease and title
The planned closure will take place in phases, with catering at the barracks ending on Jan. 1 2017 and housing on Jan. 1 2018.