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The May long weekend is coming up! (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

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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)
Revelstoke Fire Rescue Services responded to a structure fire in the Big Eddy last night. 
(Malia Knapp photo)
Revelstoke Fire Rescue Services responded to a structure fire in the Big Eddy last night. 
(Malia Knapp photo)
(File photo)
(File photo)
Village council saw an application to build a seven foot fence around a 3rd Ave. property in Nakusp. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)

Village of Nakusp sees application for seven foot fence

Council raised concerns about curb appeal

Village council saw an application to build a seven foot fence around a 3rd Ave. property in Nakusp. (Jocelyn Doll-Revelstoke Review)
Take out. (File-Revelstoke Review)

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Take out. (File-Revelstoke Review)
Marilyn McKinnon, who lives in Nakusp, had to fight for 11 months, and speak to 18 different doctors, in order to get a surgery that has enabled her to walk again. (Contributed)

‘The system failed me’: Nakusp woman, who was unable to walk, fought for months for treatment

It took Marilyn McKinnon five months to convince a doctor to request an MRI

Marilyn McKinnon, who lives in Nakusp, had to fight for 11 months, and speak to 18 different doctors, in order to get a surgery that has enabled her to walk again. (Contributed)
The Easter Bunny will be at Kent Station for photos by appointment only on March 20, 26 and 27. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Station
The Easter Bunny will be at Kent Station for photos by appointment only on March 20, 26 and 27. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Station
Lynn Gagnon. Stoked Dogs. Figuring out Fido. (Contributed)

Figuring out Fido: Pandemic puppies, what you need to know

Dog training tips from Stoked Dogs trainer Lynn Gagnon

Lynn Gagnon. Stoked Dogs. Figuring out Fido. (Contributed)
The people living in the Box Mountain area have come together to form the Protectors of Box Mountain Watershed group, advocating for careful planning to avoid the disruption of their fragile water systems, which rely on wells. (Contributed)

Box Mountain residents rally to protect their water

NACFOR has proposed wildfire risk reduction work in the area

The people living in the Box Mountain area have come together to form the Protectors of Box Mountain Watershed group, advocating for careful planning to avoid the disruption of their fragile water systems, which rely on wells. (Contributed)
Department of Veterans Affairs nurse Dale Cotton administers a dose of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. (Ben Hohenstatt / Juneau Empire)
Department of Veterans Affairs nurse Dale Cotton administers a dose of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. (Ben Hohenstatt / Juneau Empire)
Columbia Basin Trust has announced $1 million in funding for technology upgrades for non-profits. (File photo)

CBT funds to address technology gaps for Nakusp non-profits

The trust allocated $1 million to 178 organization across the region

Columbia Basin Trust has announced $1 million in funding for technology upgrades for non-profits. (File photo)
Tenise Marie recorded songs at JB Fletcher Store in Ainsworth for the upcoming Pie in the Sky tiny concert series, which is being hosted 
virtually by the Slocan Lake Arts Council. (Whitelight Photography)

Slocan Lake Arts Council hosting virtual tiny concert series

Tenise Marie is performing in the first one on March 27

Tenise Marie recorded songs at JB Fletcher Store in Ainsworth for the upcoming Pie in the Sky tiny concert series, which is being hosted 
virtually by the Slocan Lake Arts Council. (Whitelight Photography)
The Nuskup Hot Springs opened to B.C. residents on March 12 after only being open to Nakuspians for several months. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
The Nuskup Hot Springs opened to B.C. residents on March 12 after only being open to Nakuspians for several months. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
Shanna Wirszilas, Bertha Williams, Rosemary Hughes and Karen McMillan are all board members for the Old Firehall Collective Society.
 (Jocelyn Doll - Arrow Lakes News)

Community garden plots available through Old Fire Hall Collective

Applications as well as AGM coming up later this month

Shanna Wirszilas, Bertha Williams, Rosemary Hughes and Karen McMillan are all board members for the Old Firehall Collective Society.
 (Jocelyn Doll - Arrow Lakes News)
Heather and Lindsey French (centre) of Silverton, are presented $35,000 in bingo winnings from the Nakusp Rotary Club. The club is participating in the Golden Rotary Club’s community online bingo progressive. Participating clubs receive a share of the proceeds. (Submitted)

Silvertonites win big in Rotary bingo

Golden Rotary Club is hosting the online events and proceeds are shared with participating clubs

Heather and Lindsey French (centre) of Silverton, are presented $35,000 in bingo winnings from the Nakusp Rotary Club. The club is participating in the Golden Rotary Club’s community online bingo progressive. Participating clubs receive a share of the proceeds. (Submitted)
Silverton Co-work Society board members (from left) Miranda Hughes, Morgen Bardati, Ellen Kinsel, Paula Shandro, Robin McNabb and Mick Wilson. (Contributed)

Silverton Co-work Society to build community food centre

North Slocan Valley to have access to commercial kitchen, culinary tools and space for workshops

Silverton Co-work Society board members (from left) Miranda Hughes, Morgen Bardati, Ellen Kinsel, Paula Shandro, Robin McNabb and Mick Wilson. (Contributed)
If you have time for a detour on your Alaska Highway road trip, the South Klondike Hwy to Skagway offers visual delights. (Govt of Yukon/R Hartmier)

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If you have time for a detour on your Alaska Highway road trip, the South Klondike Hwy to Skagway offers visual delights. (Govt of Yukon/R Hartmier)
A rendering of phase one of the new natural playground being proposed and funded by the Nakusp Rotary Club. (Bienenstock Design and Consulting)
A rendering of phase one of the new natural playground being proposed and funded by the Nakusp Rotary Club. (Bienenstock Design and Consulting)