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Delta Police are asking for the public's help in finding 52-year-old North Delta resident Allen Skedden, last seen the evening of Feb.…
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Unsurprisingly, July, August and September were the year's strongest months for accommodations in…
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Every person who owns a home in Vancouver is essentially a millionaire, according to data from BC Assessment analysed by urban planner Andy…
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The investigation began several days earlier when police were tipped off to a rental vehicle believed to be involved in drug…
02.24 / 23:39
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Construction of one portion of Site C has been interrupted by a 400-metre-long 'tension crack' discovered on a slope being stabilized for dam…
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Due to their current financial state, UNBC’s Northern Undergraduate Student Society (NUGSS) has cut their board of directors from 11 positions to eight. Photo courtesy of UNBC NUGSS President Arctica Cunningham says students voted “yes” unanimously, which is what she expected in the first place. “We could be utilizing volunteers more effectively, which would help to reduce the workload. When we’re looking at what is absolutely necessary, we decided that it woul…
02.24 / 23:37
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A Vancouver immigration lawyer says he's received a flood of calls from Americans, largely in the tech…
02.24 / 23:30
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Graphic designers have shared polarizing opinions on social media and in an open letter to city…
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On Feb. 22, police gathered sufficient evidence to support the arrest of the…
02.24 / 23:26
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The family and friends of deceased Merritt bull rider Ty Pozzobon have set up a foundation in his name. “One of his main attributes was that he always loved to help people,” said Pozzobon’s friend, fellow bull rider and spokesperson of the foundation Tanner Byrne. “No matter who you are or what you did, it […] The post Foundation launched in Ty Pozzobon’s name appeared first on Merritt Herald…
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A tip to the Kelowna RCMP has taken cocaine and crystal methamphetamine off the street – and landed a suspected drug dealer behind bars. Cpl. Jesse O'Donaghey says police received the tip about a vehicle believed to be involved in the drug trade in downtown Kelowna. An investigation…
02.24 / 23:20
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Budding gardeners will be heading to Penticton this weekend for the 14th annual Penticton Seedy Saturday event. The show takes place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Feb. 25, at Okanagan College, 583 Duncan Ave. West. "It's going to give people a very healthy selection of all of the best organic…
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By David F. Rooney The recent Carousel of Nations event at the Community Centre was — as always — a real success, drawing over 1,000 people to enjoy the music, dancing, food and children’s activities. Here are some images of the Multicultural Society’s annual extravaganza. These are late coming to you because I fell ill [&#…
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our mother, grandmother and great-grandma, Rose Lund on Wednesday, February 15, 2017, at Mount Cartier Court in Revelstoke. Rose was born in Aneroid, Saskatchewan, on October 24, 1926. Rose served in both the Air Force and Navy. The family moved to Canoe, BC, where…
I was reflecting on all the things said about Alan last night at his retirement party.  His influence on local organizations, business and the quality of life in Revelstoke can’t be understated.  His impact went well beyond the traditional Economic Development duties when we consider his impact on students over the years. Alan Mason never […
By David F. Rooney Alan Mason had a terrific retirement party at the Regent Hotel on Thursday evening. It was attended by over 100 people, all of them appreciative of Alan’s tremendous efforts on Revelstoke’s behalf over the years. Guests enjoyed champagne, beer and wine as well sushi and canapes. The party was put on…
Welcome to The Revelstoke Current’s five-day-a-week feature, A Chuckle A Day.  This presents some of the best comic images and texts on the Internet. We hope you enjoy them…  Friday  bonus video When it’s just the dudes at home Fathers and babies left unsupervised will find something weird and fun to do. Adam Ballard and […
School board highlights from the meeting, Wednesday night, Feb.…
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More than two years after the first shovel entered the ground, the Okanagan Centre for Innovation is ready for its first tenant. The building is nearly completed, meaning tenants can begin to move in once their space is complete. BDC, the Business Development Bank of Canada will be the first…
02.24 / 22:54
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A team of Vancouver radiologists is reviewing thousands of X-rays, CT scans and ultrasounds from a Terrace hospital, over concerns about possible…
02.24 / 22:47
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