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Rana Nelson is the Green Party candidate for the Kootenay-Columbia region. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)

Rana Nelson will be Kootenay-Columbia’s Green candidate

If an federal election is called you will see her name on the ballot

Rana Nelson is the Green Party candidate for the Kootenay-Columbia region. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)

Fire information meeting for Fauquier residents to be held in Nakusp

The RDCK and BC Wildfire Services will be hosting the meeting July 29 at 11 a.m.

One-year-old RosieMay has been moved to the BC Children’s Hospital. (Contributed-Sarah Warren)

Baby attacked by a dog in Nakusp returning to her happy, giggly self

The family has been moved to the BC Children’s Hospital

One-year-old RosieMay has been moved to the BC Children’s Hospital. (Contributed-Sarah Warren)
View of Rogers Peak on July 19, 2021. (Tim van der Krogt-Revelstoke Review)

Climber found dead in Glacier National Park

Parks safety crews have been called out on five rescues in the last nine days

View of Rogers Peak on July 19, 2021. (Tim van der Krogt-Revelstoke Review)
One-year-old RosieMay of Nakusp is currently in the Kelowna General Hospital being treated for a dog bite. (Contributed-Sarah Warren)

1-year-old in hospital following dog attack on Nakusp beach

Over $13,000 has been raised for the family on GoFundMe

One-year-old RosieMay of Nakusp is currently in the Kelowna General Hospital being treated for a dog bite. (Contributed-Sarah Warren)
A smoky view of Swiss Peak summit. (Parks Canada photo)

Revelstoke Search and Rescue asks people to stay out of the backcountry

Parks Canada is also urging caution

A smoky view of Swiss Peak summit. (Parks Canada photo)
Debra Rushfeldt’s Western Toad on the Forest Floor was installed and unveiled last week in downtown Nakusp. The 10 ft tall and 25 ft wide mural was a seven month long project for the artist. (Contributed-Debra Rushfeldt)

‘Look beneath the surface’: Debra Rushfeldt hopes mural will inspire

Life-size-toad mural unveiled in downtown Nakusp

Debra Rushfeldt’s Western Toad on the Forest Floor was installed and unveiled last week in downtown Nakusp. The 10 ft tall and 25 ft wide mural was a seven month long project for the artist. (Contributed-Debra Rushfeldt)
Angus Graeme, president of Selkirk College, stopped in Nakusp on July 9 during his six-day ride through the region to raise money for Indigenous student supports and an alumna-led humanitarian effort in Cameroon. 
(Tracey McKay - Arrow Lakes News)

Selkirk College president cycles 500 km for a good cause

Money raised will go to supporting Indigenous education as well as an international aid project

Angus Graeme, president of Selkirk College, stopped in Nakusp on July 9 during his six-day ride through the region to raise money for Indigenous student supports and an alumna-led humanitarian effort in Cameroon. 
(Tracey McKay - Arrow Lakes News)
Painting banners to inform about history and reconciliation. (contributed)

Group painting banners to educate and advocate reconiliation

Jadeon Rathgeber said it is time to speak up

Painting banners to inform about history and reconciliation. (contributed)
Kootenay-Columbia MP Rob Morrison. Photo: Submitted

Kootenay-Columbia MP votes against banning LGBTQ2S+ conversion therapy

Rob Morrison said he wanted to ensure ‘voluntary conversations’ wouldn’t be outlawed

Kootenay-Columbia MP Rob Morrison. Photo: Submitted
A solidarity march was held outside of Katrine Conroy’s Castlegar office last week. (Photo: Submitted)

WEB POLL: Do you think old growth forest should be protected?

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A solidarity march was held outside of Katrine Conroy’s Castlegar office last week. (Photo: Submitted)
A Google Earth view of Nakusp’s marina and the village land in question.

Mayor proposing waterfront nature reserve and marina upgrades

Nakusp Village Council voted to have staff take on the project

A Google Earth view of Nakusp’s marina and the village land in question.
The proposed location for the permanent outdoor stage, in Nakusp Recreation Park. (Contributed)

Society proposing permanent outdoor stage in Nakusp

Society for Nakusp Community Events would like to see a stage in Nakusp Recreation Park

The proposed location for the permanent outdoor stage, in Nakusp Recreation Park. (Contributed)
Aza Nabuko, known around Revelstoke as Aza Deschamps, has her debut album Indigo coming out on June 4. She will also be performing live as part of the Blue Light Sessions virtual concerts that day. (Contributed)

Revelstoke teen’s debut album and virtual, live show coming up on June 4

‘I’m here and I think I know who I am now’-Aza Nabuko

Aza Nabuko, known around Revelstoke as Aza Deschamps, has her debut album Indigo coming out on June 4. She will also be performing live as part of the Blue Light Sessions virtual concerts that day. (Contributed)
Leonard Casley, mayor of New Denver, accepts the village’s FireSmart Community award from Stephan Martineau, Manager SIFCo. (Contributed)

FireSmart Community Protection Achievement Awards for Slocan, Silverton and New Denver

The communities have been work for 12 years with the Slocan Integral Forestry Cooperative

Leonard Casley, mayor of New Denver, accepts the village’s FireSmart Community award from Stephan Martineau, Manager SIFCo. (Contributed)
Three unidentified young women braved the waters of Arrow Lakes last weekend for some awesome bragging rights as first to take a dip in the water off Nakusp beach in 2017. Photo courtesy of Kathleen Jones.

WEB POLL: Do you wear sunscreen?

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Three unidentified young women braved the waters of Arrow Lakes last weekend for some awesome bragging rights as first to take a dip in the water off Nakusp beach in 2017. Photo courtesy of Kathleen Jones.
Richard Green writes poetry under the nom de plume Rick the Poet Warrior. Homeless, Green sometimes spends his summers in Revelstoke but winters in Victoria, travelling to Ontario to visit his sister whenever he can. (Jocelyn Doll - Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke nomad pens poetry, offers insight into homelessness

Rick the Poet Warrior’s books can be found online as well as at the Revelstoke library

Richard Green writes poetry under the nom de plume Rick the Poet Warrior. Homeless, Green sometimes spends his summers in Revelstoke but winters in Victoria, travelling to Ontario to visit his sister whenever he can. (Jocelyn Doll - Revelstoke Review)
The May long weekend is coming up! (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

WEB POLL: Are you planning on travelling over May long weekend?

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The May long weekend is coming up! (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)
April 18-24 saw three cases of COVID-19 in the Arrow Lakes Local Health Area. (BC CDC)

COVID touches Arrow Lakes region as vaccines are administered

5 cases were reported between April 18 and 24

April 18-24 saw three cases of COVID-19 in the Arrow Lakes Local Health Area. (BC CDC)
Nakusp beach in March 2021. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
Nakusp beach in March 2021. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)