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Two Salmon Arm men are glad to be in from the cold.
CSRD directors approve the establishment of a Shuswap Watershed Council Service at the Nov. 19 board meeting.
The Shuswap Trail Alliance receives financial support and kudos from the Columbia Shuswap Regional District.
Despite wishful thinking on the part of some Shuswap Lake users, loud, speedy boats are not likely to be banned.
A non-profit organization is hoping you will be reminded of the effects of climate change every time you gas up your car.
Anglers will have to reel in their rods on the Middle Shuswap River.
Warmer weather in the forecast keeps campfire ban in effect.
Lightning storm sparks several wildfires in the region.
The only place on Shuswap Lake that has a speed limit is Cinnemousun Narrows. Everywhere else is wide open to boat operators.
Shuswap Emergency Program needs people with pets for an evacuation simulation this Saturday at Silver Creek Community Hall.
Application made for federal funding through Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.
Value of construction permits single-family dwelling up by $100,000 over last year.
Need for federal infrastructure funding was a high priority item at this year’s Federation of Canadian Municipalities.
regional district turns down a funding request from Sicamous Chamber of Commerce and Eagle Valley Arts Council.
Funding application will go to Columbia Shuswap Regional District board for approval.
Whether the weather brings heavy rains and flooding or flames, the Shuswap Emergency Program has a plan for that.
Organization approves working budget, with municipal and regional government partners from throughout the Shuswap in support.
There is excitement but no decisions on the purchase of the abandoned CP Rail line.
Action plan: Community input needed to help shape report.
You too can be a trailblazer – and you don’t even have to go outside.