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Revelstoke Bear Aware warns people to stay clear of the area near Lower Crowbar Trail, above the Upper Arrow Heights neighbourhood, after a confirmed grizzly bear sighting on Tuesday, September 21.
A CP Railway locomotive derailed in the Revelstoke yard on the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 21, during a switching operation. The cause of the incident is under investigation, says CP staff in an email.
Community Connections' Neighbourhood Kitchen has been operational for a few months, and businesses renting the space say it's been a huge boost. 
In round one of the election Q&A series, candidates answer two questions to help voters get to know them and what they stand for.
Taking a historical perspective, Jill Macdonald explores depictions of our hometown.
Even as indoor music venues reopen, Revelstoke's secretive bass music scene is growing, led by local DJ collective Group Research Project.
Learn about one of the staples in Revelstoke's diverse music scene, underground DJs and producers.
When I first sat down with Simon, I thought I would hear a story about a local DJ with a cool and contrasting day job. I pictured the magazine spread featuring two blown-up images; two portraits merged, one half of Simon in his emergency management environment fused with his other half as a DJ and producer. The story didn't go the way I expected. In fact, Simon's story is an example of expecting the unexpected and making the most of the situation.
Positioned outside Revelstoke City Hall, a life-size statue of ski jump world champion, Isabel Coursier, stands as a symbol of empowerment and representation of the town's rich culture and heritage. Arts Revelstoke will host an unveiling celebration during this year's LUNA Fest on Saturday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m. outside city hall.
Whether it's performing arts, visual arts, music or commercial arts, Revelstoke's diverse arts scene is growing in many ways. To get a taste of what's to come for the Revelstoke arts, we reached out to six arts leaders in the community with one question: What do you envision for the future of the Revelstoke arts scene in the coming years? Here are their thoughts.
The City of Revelstoke will suspend most non-essential services for the designated national day of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II's funeral on Monday, Sept. 19, 2022.
Following the busy summer construction season, the Ministry of Transportation says a full closure of Highway 1 near the Kicking Horse Canyon construction project is necessary.
Arts Revelstoke is the pulse of artistic events in town and has an engaging line-up of fall events that appeal to art enthusiasts across all genres. You won't want to miss these artists as they perform and display art visually, musically, and theatrically. This guide will help you through the fall's action-packed selection of events.
The Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre fosters monthly exhibitions showcasing the artistic passion of artists nationwide. The RVAC hosts a slew of events, including exhibition opening events to celebrate ongoing displays, seminars, and workshops. You won't want to miss what the RVAC has in store for the fall. This guide will help you through the visual art events happening this season.
A look into Revelstoke's growing paragliding scene reveals it naturally attracts a diverse demographic coveted by the B.C. rural resort tourism industry. Jill Macdonald explores why.
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