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Students have gym class outside Begbie View Elementary last year during a sunny fall day. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)

COVID forces 2 school classes in Revelstoke to self-isolate

For almost two weeks, Revelstoke has had zero COVID-19 cases

Students have gym class outside Begbie View Elementary last year during a sunny fall day. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
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Expect a hot summer Nakusp: Enivornment Canada

June rains could lower summer forest fire risk

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Tim Miller is selling his 76-foot steel bridge from his property in Burton, B.C. The bridge originates from the railway in Revelstoke. (Contributed)

For sale: a 100-ton 19th century bridge by Arrow Lakes

Bridge is in Burton, B.C. and advertised for $40,000

Tim Miller is selling his 76-foot steel bridge from his property in Burton, B.C. The bridge originates from the railway in Revelstoke. (Contributed)
Environmental journalist Candice Batista highlighting green products for the kitchen on the CTV Marilyn Denis Show. (Screenshot)

Eco-conscious Nakusp company highlighted on national TV

Bowl covers from Your Green Kitchen were highlighted

Environmental journalist Candice Batista highlighting green products for the kitchen on the CTV Marilyn Denis Show. (Screenshot)
What3words was first created in the U.K. in 2013 and is credited to saving the lives of outdoor enthusiasts around the world. (Contributed)

‘This is a life saving tool’: App helps paramedics find capsized canoeists near Revelstoke

What3words pinpoints the person’s phone location to a three-meter range

What3words was first created in the U.K. in 2013 and is credited to saving the lives of outdoor enthusiasts around the world. (Contributed)
Village CAO Cheryl Martens. Photo by John Boivin

CAO of Nakusp resigns

Cheryl A. Martens is moving to Saskatchewan to be with family

Village CAO Cheryl Martens. Photo by John Boivin
This oversize postcard shows the view looking down the wharf and Inonoaklin Valley Road at Edgewood, 1912-1914. Lake Drive runs through the photo above wharf. The Arrow Lakes Hotel is at left, with W.J. Banting’s new Edgewood General Store to right of the Valley Road and ‘Edgewood - Gateway to Fire Valley & the Okanagan’ sign. A real estate office to right of general store, and Banting’s original store is at far right. Photo/postcard by Hughes Bros. (Photo from Arrow Lakes Society 2014.003.5217 Greetings From Edgewood)

Glimpses of Nakusp’s past

Photo’s from Arrow Lakes Historical Society

This oversize postcard shows the view looking down the wharf and Inonoaklin Valley Road at Edgewood, 1912-1914. Lake Drive runs through the photo above wharf. The Arrow Lakes Hotel is at left, with W.J. Banting’s new Edgewood General Store to right of the Valley Road and ‘Edgewood - Gateway to Fire Valley & the Okanagan’ sign. A real estate office to right of general store, and Banting’s original store is at far right. Photo/postcard by Hughes Bros. (Photo from Arrow Lakes Society 2014.003.5217 Greetings From Edgewood)
Kai Palkeinen recently helped a car stuck on the riverbed near the Big Eddy Bridge. While the car could not be saved, some of the driver’s belongings were. It’s common for vehicles to get stuck in the area due to significantly changing river levels from Revelstoke Dam. (Photo by Kai Palkeinen)

“I just sank a car’: Revelstoke resident wants Columbia River better protected

Although it’s not permitted, the riverbed near the city is popular for off roading

Kai Palkeinen recently helped a car stuck on the riverbed near the Big Eddy Bridge. While the car could not be saved, some of the driver’s belongings were. It’s common for vehicles to get stuck in the area due to significantly changing river levels from Revelstoke Dam. (Photo by Kai Palkeinen)
Lustenberger getting ready to go down one of the last unskied lines at Rogers Pass on Mt. Macdonald. (Photo by Andrew Mcnab)

Meet Christina Lustenberger — one of Revelstoke’s great skiers

The athlete has many first ski descents throughout B.C.

Lustenberger getting ready to go down one of the last unskied lines at Rogers Pass on Mt. Macdonald. (Photo by Andrew Mcnab)
An early shot of Nakusp’s Centennial building. (Contributed)

Nakusp library turns 100 years old

The instiution has more than books

An early shot of Nakusp’s Centennial building. (Contributed)
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No new COVID-19 cases in Nakusp – again

There’s an upcoming vaccination clinic from April 21 to 24

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An early ending to the 2020/2021 winter season at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The resort closed March 31 (six days early) due to staff shortages from COVID-19 (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)
An early ending to the 2020/2021 winter season at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The resort closed March 31 (six days early) due to staff shortages from COVID-19 (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)
SD 10 in Nakusp. (File photo)

Arrow Lakes school board changes land acknowledgement to only include Sinixt

‘As educators, it’s our job to be as truthful as possible’

SD 10 in Nakusp. (File photo)
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Zero waste lifestyle shop launched in Revelstoke

The new store Forage & Fill is owned by Sara Sansom, who also owns of Birch & Lace

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While music concerts and nightclubs have reopened, Klassen said she instead prefers to go fishing. (Submitted)

A year of COVID-19: British Columbians describe pandemic life outside Canada

For the pandemic anniversary, Black Press Media spoke to residents living around the world

While music concerts and nightclubs have reopened, Klassen said she instead prefers to go fishing. (Submitted)
COVID-19. Black Press file photo

No new COVID-19 cases for Nakusp

Our community has not had a case since January; has only had three in total since pandemic started

COVID-19. Black Press file photo
Residents began moving into the new housing project of Arrow Heights this month. (Submitted)

‘Step in the right direction’: New affordable homes open in Nakusp

Council aims to still provide more affordable housing options for Nakusp

Residents began moving into the new housing project of Arrow Heights this month. (Submitted)
Arrow Lakes Caribou Society said the new caribou pen near the Nakusp Hotsprings is close to completion. (Submitted)

Maternity caribou pen near Nakusp inches closer to fruition

While Nakusp recently approved the project’s lease, caribou captures are delayed due to COVID-19

Arrow Lakes Caribou Society said the new caribou pen near the Nakusp Hotsprings is close to completion. (Submitted)
Environment Canada is calling for rain in Revelstoke today. (Unsplash image - Gabriele Diwald)

Winter storm heading for Revelstoke

Heavy rain expected in valley, snow up high

Environment Canada is calling for rain in Revelstoke today. (Unsplash image - Gabriele Diwald)
The Rotary Club is hosting a virtual bingo fundraiser. (stock photo Pixabay)
The Rotary Club is hosting a virtual bingo fundraiser. (stock photo Pixabay)