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District can waive fine for properties unable to connect to sewer.
Family grateful for firefighters and community’s support.
Shuswap MLA Greg Kyllo's highway signs criticized as misleading.
B.C. government releases results of public engagement exercise on Sicamous bridge replacement options.
Questions asked at meeting will be forwarded to Ministry of Transportation staff, who are unable to attend.
The Sicamous Eagles couldn’t get a break last week, at home or on the road.
February is a special month for Teri Hutchinson and her daughter Britton, who received a heart transplant last September.
Current census data shows most Shuswap communities following national trend of increasing populations.
The annual professional wakeboard competition will make its inaugural run in Sicamous this year.
Trustee suggests dividing Sicamous schools by Grades K-5 and 6-12.
Charges include dangerous operation of motor vehicle and willfully resisting or obstructing a police officer.
Since the decision to allow leashed dogs on the popular trail, the number of people breaking the rules has dropped.
A Sicamous RCMP constable is to be honoured for keeping drunk drivers off the road.
Sicamous mayor proud of accomplishments in 2016, sees challenges ahead.
Event will feature demonstrations, training and other activities involving some of the best snow bike riders in Canada.
Malakwa man facing charges after stabbing at Bloomquist Road residence.
Wranglers deliver 4-0 shutout, followed by 7-4 home-ice loss to North Okanagan Knights.
Assessed residential property values in the Shuswap continue to be trending upwards.
Eagle River Secondary students can return to class on Thursday.
Nathaniel Souza’s early arrival to the world has earned him the honour of being the Shuswap’s New Year’s Baby.