Liam Harrap

COVID-19 leads to 75% revenue loss for half of Revelstoke businesses

Prior to the pandemic, 2020 was going to be a bumper year say local businesses

Two orphaned black bears returning home to Revelstoke

Jasper and Tinkerbell were sent to a sanctuary in northern B.C. after their mother died

PHOTOS: Photographers capture life under COVID-19 with ‘porch-raits’

The photos will be donated to the Revelstoke Museum and Archives

eBooks rentals up 42% for Okanagan Regional Library

The library premises closed March 17

Train catches fire in Revelstoke

The event occured April 11

Parks Canada extends closures until at least end of May

The agency is suspending camping, group activities and events across the country

Website launched to track COVID-19 across Canada

The site urges people to continue practicing physical distancing

Revelstoke company sews neck guards for health care workers

Physicians say there is a desperate need for more personal protective equipment

Revelstoke woman with presumptive case of COVID-19 describes experience

‘For me, it was not life threatening’

COVID-19: B.C. students describe life during pandemic

Most teens wonder what the future will be like after COVID-19

Not alone: Volunteers play tic-tac-toe on seniors’ windows

‘Hopefully this will go beyond COVID-19’

How Revelstoke handled the Spanish flu

The illness forced schools, churches and theatres to close

Updated: Two trucks collide on Highway 1 near Revelstoke

Due to a vehicle incident

Demand doubles at Revelstoke food bank

Community Connections concerned whether they can meet increasing need

COVID-19: Non-profit 3D printing face shields for local hospital

‘The response has been completely overwhelming’

Avalanche blocked Highway 1 near Revelstoke yesterday

Highway 1 over Rogers Pass was closed for most of the day

Stop skiing on Mount Mackenzie: Revelstoke Mountain Resort

The resort said access to the mountain is strictly prohibited at this time

Unconfirmed COVID-19 case at Mica Heliskiing near Revelstoke

This would be the fourth case of COVID-19 connected to a heliskiing operation near Revelstoke