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A new fire on the north side of Mt. Smart in Glacier National Park. (Parks Canada)

Parks Canada responding to a new fire near Revelstoke in Glacier National Park

Parks Canada are responding to a new fire in Glacier National Park on the north side of Mt. Smart

 

A thunderstorm lit up the sky over Revelstoke on Sept. 7, 2019. (Submitted by Nick St-Germain)

Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for West Columbia and Okanagan

Wind gusts, hail and heavy rain in forecast for Kelowna, Vernon, Salmon Arm and Revelstoke

 

Visible smoke from a fire in a remote area of the park. (Parks Canada)

Mountain Creek wildfire extinguished after nearly two weeks of burning

Crews from Parks Canada, BC Wildfire Service, and CP Rail fought the blaze

 

Taking in the scenery. (Contributed by Parks Canada)

Artists explore Glacier National Park through Art in the Park program

Four-day adventure made possible through Parks Canada and Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre

Taking in the scenery. (Contributed by Parks Canada)
The lineup for this week’s game. (Photo courtesy of Matt Bramall)

Revelstoke Cricket Club to play first competitive match after over 80-years

Revelstoke’s cricket team takes the field in Kelowna for first game in over 80-years

The lineup for this week’s game. (Photo courtesy of Matt Bramall)
Members of the community attending the opening ceremony for the housing complex at 297 Humbert St. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)

Affordable housing for Revelstoke’s hospitality workers

First tenants are expected to move into the building on Sept. 1, 2022

Members of the community attending the opening ceremony for the housing complex at 297 Humbert St. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)
Parks Canada has received air support from the BC Wildfire Service in the battle against the fire. Their water skimmers were dropping water on the wildfire throughout the afternoon. The skimmers landed in Kinbasket Lake to fill their water tanks and proceeded to drop the tanks on the fire. (Contributed by Parks Canada)

Air support aiding in battle against Glacier Park wildfire

Parks Canada suspect that the fire was started due to human cause

Parks Canada has received air support from the BC Wildfire Service in the battle against the fire. Their water skimmers were dropping water on the wildfire throughout the afternoon. The skimmers landed in Kinbasket Lake to fill their water tanks and proceeded to drop the tanks on the fire. (Contributed by Parks Canada)
A helicopter fighting the fire in Glacier National Park. (Contributed by Parks Canada)

Crews fighting wildfire in Glacier National Park

The wildfire was spotted on July 24

A helicopter fighting the fire in Glacier National Park. (Contributed by Parks Canada)
The RCMP Underwater Recovery Team removed the vehicle from the lake on Aug. 24. (RCMP photo)

Honoured for helping solve a near 30-year-0ld mystery of missing woman near Revelstoke

Max Werenka made an alarming discovery during a dive to the bottom of Griffin Lake

The RCMP Underwater Recovery Team removed the vehicle from the lake on Aug. 24. (RCMP photo)
94 of the top 100 most expensive gas stations in Canada can be found in B.C. according to the Oil Price Information Service (OPIS). (File Photo)

Bring cash: B.C. gas stations make up 94 of top 100 priciest in Canada

The average price of gas in the province sits at 199.2¢/L as of July 20

94 of the top 100 most expensive gas stations in Canada can be found in B.C. according to the Oil Price Information Service (OPIS). (File Photo)
Benjamin Beaver was last seen in Revelstoke on July 19. (Contributed by Revelstoke RCMP)

Police searching for missing Revelstoke man

Benjamin Beaver was last seen in Revelstoke on Tuesday, July 19

Benjamin Beaver was last seen in Revelstoke on July 19. (Contributed by Revelstoke RCMP)
Radon detectors. (Contributed by Take Action on Radon)

High levels of radon gas prevalence determined in Revelstoke: study

Take Action on Radon performed tests on 120 homes in Revelstoke

Radon detectors. (Contributed by Take Action on Radon)
Crews on scene at incident on Highway 1 just outside of Revelstoke. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)
Crews on scene at incident on Highway 1 just outside of Revelstoke. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)
Gary Averbach striding down the side of the highway on Bob’s Walk For Cancer Research. (Contributed by Gary Averbach)

B.C. senior walks from Calgary to Vancouver raising money for cancer research

Bob’s Walk For Cancer Research passed through Revelstoke on July 8

Gary Averbach striding down the side of the highway on Bob’s Walk For Cancer Research. (Contributed by Gary Averbach)
Vinny Fowler and Emma Kelly alongside another shredder on the hill at a Queer Shred Revelstoke event. (Contributed by Queer Shred Revelstoke)

‘Loud and proud’: Revelstoke shredders creating spaces for misfits and beginners

Queer Shred Revelstoke has been hosting ski and snowboard events for the last two years

Vinny Fowler and Emma Kelly alongside another shredder on the hill at a Queer Shred Revelstoke event. (Contributed by Queer Shred Revelstoke)
People get out of their vehicles during the complete closure of Highway 1 in Revelstoke, near 3 Valley Gap following the crash Sunday afternoon. (DriveBC)

Loose trailer tire causes motorcyclist’s death near Revelstoke

The incident happened on Sunday, July 3, and caused Highway 1 to close for several hours

People get out of their vehicles during the complete closure of Highway 1 in Revelstoke, near 3 Valley Gap following the crash Sunday afternoon. (DriveBC)
Revelstoke’s young bikers chasing the parade. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)

PHOTOS: Celebrating Canada Day in Revelstoke

The festivities included a parade, flag raising ceremony, live music, and more

Revelstoke’s young bikers chasing the parade. (Josh Piercey/Revelstoke Review)
Aaron Volpatti, born and raised in Revelstoke, is far and away the most successful hockey player the town has ever produced. He played five seasons in hockey’s biggest league for the Vancouver Canucks and the Washington Capitals. (Contributed by Aaron Volpatti)

From the burn unit to the NHL: Revelstoke native recounts unique hockey journey in new book

Aaron Volpatti played 5 NHL seasons, writes of life before and after hockey in autobiography

Aaron Volpatti, born and raised in Revelstoke, is far and away the most successful hockey player the town has ever produced. He played five seasons in hockey’s biggest league for the Vancouver Canucks and the Washington Capitals. (Contributed by Aaron Volpatti)
A semi truck in a ditch on Highway 1 east of Revelstoke. (Terry M Twitter)

Delays on Highway 1 east of Revelstoke following semi-truck incident

Single-lane alternating traffic in the area according to DriveBC

A semi truck in a ditch on Highway 1 east of Revelstoke. (Terry M Twitter)
Darla Smith, 11, gets her first COVID-19 vaccination at the Vernon Rec Centre recently. Children born in 2009 are eligible to be vaccinated. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)

New Interior Health clinics boost COVID-19 vaccination for kids

Upcoming vaccine dates in Vernon, Nelson, Revelstoke and Penticton

Darla Smith, 11, gets her first COVID-19 vaccination at the Vernon Rec Centre recently. Children born in 2009 are eligible to be vaccinated. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)