Martha Wickett

Canadian Cancer Society cancels Shuswap Relay for Life

Former committee members hope to hold a Luminary Walk in Salmon Arm

7-Eleven to demolish burned Shuswap store

Company official says convenience store will relocate to another location in Salmon Arm

Shuswap man charged with fraud over $5,000

Offences alleged to have taken place in 2012 in Salmon Arm and White Rock

Man drinks 26 beer on day of Shuswap home invasion

Accused pleads guilty, sentenced in BC Supreme Court in Salmon Arm to four years in jail

Help wanted to identify man’s remains found in North Shuswap

BC Coroners Service map shows he died in 1995, remains found off Squilax-Anglemont Road

Promised Parkinson’s surgery sparks hope for Shuswap woman

Lobbying leads to provincial commitment to substantially reduce waitlist for Deep Brain Surgery

Search resumes in Shuswap for missing women

Wings of Mercy drones have begun looking, ground search in plans for May.

Shuswap snowplowing crews receive rare kudos for their work

Salmon Arm resident recognizes skill in street and sidewalk clearing

Controversial panhandling bylaw in Shuswap gets second look

Salmon Arm’s social issues committee wants to convene working group, provide input

City to pay for rebuild of railway crossing

Salmon Arm’s lease from CPR means community has no control over schedule, scope or costs

Lack of bus service leaving residents stranded

Ministry’s Health Connections solution visits Salmon Arm just twice per week, once west, once south

High number of commercial vehicles taken off road disappoints

Trucking association notes enforcement checks target problem trucks, lobbies for mandatory training

Man fined $3,000 for killing moose out of season

Shuswap resident caught by conservation officers with dead animal

Bus company applies to drop Shuswap stops

Rider Express Transportation wants to eliminate four locations, add routes

Smoke takes toll on Shuswap summer visitor numbers

Mobile Visitor Centre touted as great boost for exposing tourists to local amenities

City wants fire damaged 7-Eleven site cleaned up

Salmon Arm council to request facelift for burned-out building

Beloved vinyl record collection stolen

Shuswap owners would like cherished records taken with trailer returned, no questions asked

Firefighters quickly extinguish Buckerfield’s blaze

Salmon Arm business escapes with mainly water damage, cat alive and well

Homeowners pass on earthquake protection

Vernon’s 4.5 magnitude quake in 1936 last sizable one to shake community

School adds strategies to fight extinction of Secwepemc language

Chief Atahm School expansion to accommodate students up to Grade 10