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Since Jan. 22, 76 cases of the virus have been associated with the outbreak. One person has died.
Local naturalists saw thousands of ducks and geese taking advantage of mild weather and thawed lakes
Donations of cash, clothing and housewares are being accepted.
Consecutive rescues at opposite ends of Shuswap Lake make for a very long day for rescuers
A population of the invasive clams was found near Salmon Arm last in 2020
Money raised from the derby will benefit BC Children’s Hospital.
The house was fully engulfed when firefighters arrived but no one was injured.
Evidence of caribou on Queest Mountain is also found for the first time in years
When her grandparents won an Askew’s Foods gift card, Alexandra Lee got to handle the shopping
The water line has left Anglemont residents either without water or with low pressure.
Auldin Maxwell, 12, is now officially a Guinness world record holder.
Live data suggests Salmon Arm area saw 53 reported COVID-19 cases between Jan. 3 and 16.
Ladybug Landing’s Leigh-Anne Chapman impressed by response from Interior Health
Interior Health advises students who ride Monkey Bus be monitored for symptoms
Collision took place on Jan. 15 in downtown Salmon Arm, police looking for witnesses
The rate of new cases is levelling off in Kelowna, Penticton and Revelstoke.
Salmon Arm Recreation became aware of the virus exposure on Jan. 13.
The Jan. 10 call saw the rescue boat ramming through ice to reach shore in Seymour Arm
Snow of up to 60 cm and high winds created hazardous conditions
Groups have met to discuss better handling of mental health and substance abuse-related calls