Martha Wickett

Man drives car into Shuswap 7-Eleven building, starts fire, witnesses say

No one reported to have major injuries but building badly damaged

Youthful singer infuses lyrics with soul at Salmon Arm Roots and Blues

Okanagan family-band Oots n’ Oots, featuring 11-year-old lead singer, delights festival audiences

Thieves target tires and rims in Shuswap

Salmon Arm RCMP report two recent incidents, a van used in one theft was stolen in Surrey

Column: Mother orca’s display of grief sends powerful message

The grief of this orca mother may not be visible anymore, but we must not forget.

Shuswap bank destroyed by fire

Blaze started early Aug. 12 in ATM entrance area of RBC Royal Bank in Chase, police investigating

Wheels come off Salmon Arm Demo Derby

27th annual Shuswap event cancelled due to lack of participants, hope remains for next year

Update: Salmon Arm blaze put out before it could spread

Two-storey home near Little Mountain Park badly damaged, no one injured

Man found dead on railway tracks in Salmon Arm

Police say they believe he was struck by the train but there were no witnesses

Shuswap’s first Syrian refugee wants world to stop dictatorship

Six of nine refugee families remain in Salmon Arm, all settling well ‘in paradise’

Syrian refugees fear for lives at home

Former head of Salmon Arm Refugee Coalition says Canada should be doing more

Update: Missing First Nations girl has been found

The Chase RCMP thank the public as Shayna Ignace has been found and returned to her home

So far so good for wildfires in Okanagan-Shuswap

More lightning predicted tonight, then increasingly high temperatures over next five days

Salmon Arm police cleared of wrongdoing in arrest that injured man

Police watchdog finds RCMP officer acted appropriately when arresting man whose knee was broken

Device brings back live music for Shuswap man

More businesses, facilities set up Auris Loop system to help those with hearing loss

Social media post sparks charge of uttering threats

Salmon Arm Secondary student faces serious allegation

Thief posing as Revenue Canada staff gets iTune cards

Victim provides fraudster with $3,000 in cards

Police say Salmon Arm youth who posted about shooting students no longer a threat

Group which alerted RCMP to tweets says it issued a Code Red, highest level of alert

Proposed Salmon Arm bylaw would clamp down on panhandlers

Based on bylaws in Kelowna and Kamloops, this one extends prohibited areas from 10 to 15 metres

Nasty odour in Chase eliminated

Village public works staff successful in staunching stench at sewage lagoons

This year’s flooding doesn’t rival 1948

Being tormented by mosquitoes stands out for Shuswap resident