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Not only are roads slippery in all the usual places from Sorrento to Sicamous and beyond, fog is limiting visibility on Highway 97A.
Council to seek public input on traffic lights and access through downtown.
Drive BC reports slippery sections on the Trans-Canada, so why not stay inside and read this selection of stories instead.
After today, there are no sun symbols on Environment Canada's Salmon Arm forecast page for the next several days.
Weatherman says winter will remain for a few more days before warming up to rain later in the week.
Shuswap Area Family Emergency Society celebrates International women's Day.
Read this selection of stories before venturing out.Drive BC reports slippery section on Highway 1 and other area roads.
Here are a few stories to get your morning started.
There's a 40 per cent chance of showers today and a 60 per cent chance the sun will make an appearance.
The Trans-Canada is closed and other roads are slick, so read these stories while you wait for the sun to melt the ice.
The wait to receive rulings from the commission has improved, but costs to property owners have more than doubled.
Area C director backs away from proposed building inspection service.
Start your day with this eclectic mix of stories on news and sports in the community.
Here's a selection of stories to read while you wait for the ice on the roads to melt.
Watch out on local streets and area highways making walking and driving a bit of a challenge.
An eclectic collection of stories to get your day started.
Two Salmon Arm Observer sales consultants are asking city council for permission to organize a Santa Clause parade in December.
Up to 30 centimetres of snow is expected to fall in the Shuswap and along the Trans-Canada Highway in the next 24 hours.
MP votes against bill, pledges to focus on issue of declining stocks
Traffic is again open on the highway near the Alberta border.