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After two years of discussion the Official Community Plan maps out our future

By David F. Rooney After hundreds of hours of public meetings, information sessions and stakeholder consultations spread over two years, the fate of the City's...

Arts Centre’s Belonging show deserves a big A+

By David F. Rooney The Visual Arts Centre's Belonging Show is perhaps the best exhibition ever put on in Revelstoke. This feast for the eyes is...

The Mounties’ local lab wizard is off to Wonderland-on-the-Rideau

By David F. Rooney RCMP Cpl. Doug Morris knew he was in for a ride the day he started work at the Revelstoke detachment. "I was...

After 41 years the Heather Hut is closing… why? Taxes have something to do...

By David F. Rooney Heather Hut owner Rita Stacey started putting out the "Closing Out Sale" signs months ago so the demise of her business is...

Volunteers can make a difference here… and abroad

A few hours of your time could make an enormous difference two projects here at home or abroad. The Revelstoke Child Care Society is appealing...

Competitors made their axes sing at Timber Days

By David F. Rooney It has had its ups and downs but this year's Timber Days logging sports festival was well attended by spectators and...

Times are tough but Timber Days goes on

By David F. Rooney Loggers will once again pit their skills against each other at the Timber Days celebration of all things logging this weekend. Logging...

Groups ask BC cities to “phase out” bottled water sales

Eight organizations are campaigning to have BC's municipalities "phase out" sales of bottled water at their facilities. The groups, which include the BC Government Employees...

Look east to see the Summer Triangle

Editor's note: Amateur astronomer Larry Pawlitsky has agreed to provide local star-gazers with some tips on what they can see in the evening sky using...

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