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Alexandra Luxmoore and Maeve Macleod of the Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club taking home gold in the U16-18 Girls Team Sprint event at the Cross-Country Ski Nationals in Whistler last year. (Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club)

Revelstoke Nordic skiers impress on Day 5 of Junior World Ski Championships

Alexandra Luxmoore, Maeve MacLeod and Marlie Molinaro are representing Canada at the event

 

Avalanche control planned on Highway 1.

Avalanche control work to close Highway 1 between Revelstoke and Golden

DriveBC said the closure is for avalanche control from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Jan. 27

 

The Revelstoke Credit Union booth at Revelstoke Secondary School. (Contributed by Jamie Hobgood)

Revelstoke Credit Union announces bursary opportunities for students

Two bursary opportunities are currently open for application with another to open on Feb. 14

 

The Incomappleux Valley (Paul Zizka)

‘We owe it to our children’: 75,000 hectares of old growth forest conserved east of Revelstoke

The Incomappleux Valley is home to the globally rare inland temperate rainforests

The Incomappleux Valley (Paul Zizka)
Mattresses in a landfill. (Photo Submitted)

Fees on the rise for commercial tipping in Columbia-Shuswap

Recommendation to increase tipping fees for commercial recycling from $80 to $160 per tonne

Mattresses in a landfill. (Photo Submitted)
Lauren Webster and John Pierce of Dose Coffee. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)

First peek into Revelstoke’s Dose Coffee Roastery

Dose Coffee are unveiling their new roasting facility in the Big Eddy

Lauren Webster and John Pierce of Dose Coffee. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)
The risk of avalanches in Interior BC is the highest this season then it’s been in more than a decade according to Avalanche Canada. (File Photo)

American businessmen, brothers identified as 2 victims of Mt. McCrae Avalanche

Two guests and a guide were trapped in an avalanche while in backcountry with CMH Heli Skiing

The risk of avalanches in Interior BC is the highest this season then it’s been in more than a decade according to Avalanche Canada. (File Photo)
Two Columbia Shuswap Regional District fire crews stand next to a structure protection unit for a photograph before being deployed to fight wildfires in July 2021. (CSRD photo)

‘Great news’: Shuswap Emergency Program gets new mobile sprinkler unit for 2023 fire season

This will be the fourth structure protection unit for the region

Two Columbia Shuswap Regional District fire crews stand next to a structure protection unit for a photograph before being deployed to fight wildfires in July 2021. (CSRD photo)
The back end of the exploded trailer. (Contributed)

No injuries after snowmobile trailer explosion rocks Revelstoke

The explosion occurred at approximately 8 p.m. on Sunday (Jan. 22) evening

The back end of the exploded trailer. (Contributed)
Marty Schaffer leads a group in the backcountry. (Max Vidricaire)

How the snowpack in Revelstoke’s backcountry is affecting business

CAPOW is a backcountry guiding service that operates southwest of Revelstoke

Marty Schaffer leads a group in the backcountry. (Max Vidricaire)
Yorke Parkin and Saige Beaumont. (Contributed by Bex Parkin)

Young athlete to represent Revelstoke at Special Olympics BC Winter Games

Yorke Parkin is a 14-year-old skier from Revelstoke

Yorke Parkin and Saige Beaumont. (Contributed by Bex Parkin)
The semi truck carrying pigs on the shoulder of Highway 1, 26 km west of Revelstoke. (Skilled Truckers Canada Facebook)

Livestock killed, driver injured in 3-vehicle collision near Revelstoke

The incident occurred at approximately 9 p.m. on Jan. 16

The semi truck carrying pigs on the shoulder of Highway 1, 26 km west of Revelstoke. (Skilled Truckers Canada Facebook)
IT Services is working to restore internet access to on-campus labs, libraries, and learning commons as quickly as possible. (Photo/contributed)

Okanagan College continues to recover from cyberattack

The college’s IT Services team interrupted a cybersecurity incident on Jan. 9

IT Services is working to restore internet access to on-campus labs, libraries, and learning commons as quickly as possible. (Photo/contributed)
Illecillewaet Glacier viewed from the Hakai-UNBC Airborne Coastal Observatory on Sept. 2, 2022. (Contributed by Brian Menounos)

After They’re Gone: The state of the Illecillewaet Glacier and what will happen after it melts away

Experts say it’s ‘only a matter of time’ until the iconic glaciers surrounding Revelstoke melt away

Illecillewaet Glacier viewed from the Hakai-UNBC Airborne Coastal Observatory on Sept. 2, 2022. (Contributed by Brian Menounos)
From Nelson to Valemount, the risk of avalanche is high. (File photo)

UPDATE: Dangerous avalanche around Revelstoke due to unpredictable snowpack

With user-submitted data and meteorological analysis, Avalanche Canada report dangerous snowpack

From Nelson to Valemount, the risk of avalanche is high. (File photo)
Over Dec. 24 and 25, more than 60 centimetres of snow fell in Revelstoke leaving large windrows in the middle of the city’s streets. (Zachary Delaney/Revelstoke Review)

Communication breakdown to blame for Revelstoke’s holiday snow removal issues

CAO Evan Parliament released the findings of his snow removal audit

Over Dec. 24 and 25, more than 60 centimetres of snow fell in Revelstoke leaving large windrows in the middle of the city’s streets. (Zachary Delaney/Revelstoke Review)
Highway 1 will close today (Jan. 13) from 2–4 p.m.

UPDATE: Highway 1 is reopened west of Revelstoke

The closure was for avalanche control, which is now concluded

Highway 1 will close today (Jan. 13) from 2–4 p.m.
The flag holder remains empty after the pride flag went missing over the weekend. (Zachary Delaney/Revelstoke Review)

‘We believe in inclusion’: Revelstoke United Church’s pride flag missing after the weekend

The flag went missing before Sunday, leaving a snapped flag pole behind

The flag holder remains empty after the pride flag went missing over the weekend. (Zachary Delaney/Revelstoke Review)
The North Bowl (Tom Poole Photography)

Revelstoke Mountain Resort to host freeride event in late January

The IFSA sanctioned Qualifier 4 competition hits RMR Jan. 24 at 10 a.m.

The North Bowl (Tom Poole Photography)
The view of collapse looking east on Highway 1. (Zachary Delaney/Revelstoke Review)

Full Speed Rentals’ storage facility collapses west of Revelstoke on Highway 1

The incident happened before Thursday (Jan. 5)

The view of collapse looking east on Highway 1. (Zachary Delaney/Revelstoke Review)