Ten local Revelstoke musicians will come together on January 19 for a celebration of the launch of their live “off-the-floor,” all-original album.
Several technology initiatives are on the go or in the works for Revelstoke.
WiL blends elements of pop music with traditional country, roots-rock, soul and blues.
New Big Eddy resident Bryce Borlick meets the neighbours to find out what makes the Monashee side of town tick.
Three sledders rescued from Boulder Mountain after they became lost and stuck.
Columbia Basin Trust is providing more than $1 million for 41 projects.
Avalanche Canada says the weight of the new snow has brought unstable snowpack to a critical point, making it very easy for skiers or snowmobilers to trigger large avalanches.
Have you considered taking this to one of our competitors down the street?
Snowmobiling numbers are trending up and the community is seeing more visitors during the shoulder season.
This year’s Canuck Splitfest features clinics for those new to splitboarding.
City says it was an oversight, apologizes for error. Property owners will have until Dec. 31, 2019 to pay.
In a split vote, Revelstoke City Council has given the go-ahead for a new public sani-dump to be built on city property located on Powerhouse Road.
Plans are in place to begin streaming Revelstoke city council meetings online starting sometime in February.
Revelstoke offers up plenty of family activities for your day off the slopes
Revelstoke Search and Rescue have located two males from Kelowna who were reported missing when they failed to return to the Boulder Mountain parking lot on Saturday afternoon.
Boulder Mountain is closed on Sunday as Revelstoke Search & Rescue attempts to locate two inexperienced snowmobilers from the Kelowna area who rented two sleds from a local company Saturday but failed to return them. Their vehicle was found in the Boulder parking lot.
The Revelstoke Mountaineer got a hot tip on a Justin Trudeau family vacation sighting in Revelstoke.
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Revelstoke city staff are recommending a year-round public sani-dump be constructed on municipal property on Powerhouse Road.
Find the Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine 2018 Winter Bucket List in the January print issue.
Kootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski is hosting a telephone town hall on Feb. 6 to address concerns over the protection of Canadian's pensions.