A bike builder has big plans for manufacturing, a woodworker is now welcoming clients for custom builds and a team of potters band together to form a collective, all in the big eddy.
Big things are happening in the Big Eddy. Dose Coffee and Holm Coffee Company are expanding the coffee connoisseur scene in Revelstoke with two new specialty coffee bean roasteries.
The Think Revelstoke podcast recently had an opportunity to speak with Dr. Mike Flannigan, British Columbia Research Chair in Predictive Services, Emergency Management and Fire Science at Thompson Rivers University.
Kootenay Sounds is an initiative supported by grant funding from Canada Council for the Arts, striving to highlight diverse and emerging artists throughout the Kootenays.
February 2023 of the Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine features fresh starts and new beginnings with a myriad of features highlighting new entrepreneurial growth in Revelstoke.
B.C. government announces new conservation status for Incomappleux Valley after several private groups agree to buy tenure rights from Interfor.
The centre provides several services, including counselling for women, therapeutic groups and help navigating different legal, childcare and income services.
Expressing opinions, developing ideas and planning to take action in their communities: Youth aged 14 to 18 are invited to apply now to this unique, free opportunity hosted by Columbia Basin Trust.
Revelstoke Credit Union is offering two bursary opportunities to help fund the future of Revelstoke Secondary School students.
I love love. My heart swoons at signs of affection. When I see bids for genuine connection, heartfelt and raw, I get lost in awe. Do you know that sensation? Witnessing or experiencing something profoundly beautiful and earnest that strikes so deep it takes your breath away?
For the first time in 25 years, the World Junior Ski Championships will be held in Canada, and three Revelstoke Nordic Skiers will be there to represent Canada.
Two guests at CMH Nomads died in an avalanche while heli-skiing on January 23 near Mount McCrae outside of Revelstoke. One other guide caught in the slide was partially buried and was transported to Kelowna General Hospital.
A loud explosion could be heard across several parts of Revelstoke last night (Jan. 22) that resulted from the combustion of an enclosed snowmobile trailer. RCMP are investigating to determine the cause.
It’s never too late to develop awareness and start healing. We can work on repairing relationships from our past, even a parent/child relationship.
Caroline Lachapelle will assume the ED position from former director Stacey Brensrud.