Jim Elliot

Video: special board helps get low-mobility paddlers on Shuswap Lake

The On-It paddle board provided by Access Revolution is equipped with outriggers to keep it stable

Regional hockey centre opens in Salmon Arm

Centre to help with administration of minor hockey thoughout the region

Shaky start costs Silverbacks

The Silverbacks gave up five unanswered goals in the opening period against Penticton Friday night.

Making jobs more accessible to everyone

Work BC helps people overcome barriers to employment.

Breget brothers at home on the Jiu-Jitsu mat

Brothers dominate Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitions despite challenges from genetic condition

Shuswap volunteers save the plants

Groups work together to ensure foreshore seedlings survive

Family recovers from loss of home

An April 7 landslide destroyed the home Amber Blair and her family were renting

Column: When you become part of the story

Reporter Jim Elliot helps with rescue of missing hang glider pilot

Atkinson prepares to lead Silverbacks

New head coach from Calgary brings his winning resumé to the BCHL team.

Warm seas and fast times for Chantel Jeffrey

Local swimmer wins three medals at open water championships in the Cayman Islands

Hockey team supports mom battling cancer

As one local hockey mom was beginning to feel forgotten during her…

VIDEO: Jenkins rink falls short in final game of provincial tournament.

Salmon Arm's Team Jenkins lost their final game of the BC Senior Curling Championships on Feb. 26.

Jenkins rink undefeated heading for finals

The Salmon Arm representatives at the BC Senior Curling Championships are 7-0 going into the finals.

Slideshow: ‘Backs come from behind to beat Penticton.

After going down two points in the opening period it was all Silverbacks in a 5-2 home victory over the visiting Penticton Vees on Jan. 22.

Update: RCMP investigate racist graffiti inked on fence

City of Salmon Arm crews removed a hateful piece of graffiti from a fence alongside a public trail on Friday Nov. 18.

Adams Lake Band chief quits

The Chief of the Adams Lake Indian Band has issued a letter stating he will resign amid the removal of three of the band’s councillors.