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Stressed out by disappearing highway lines? Here’s WHY they’re so crappy

By David F. Rooney Ever feel dismayed when you drive the Trans-Canada Highway at night and you realize the lines that should be marking the lanes and the... 

Feds grant Arts Council $7,500 to support its 2014-2015 performance series

Revelstoke residents and visitors will benefit from Government of Canada support for a professional performing arts series set to grace the city in the... 

  • In Pictures: Local kids’ artistic take on Earth Day

    The North Columbia Environmental Society and Universal Footwear were proud to sponsor this year’s art contest in celebration of Earth Day. The theme... 

    Community Connections marks a year of change with its AGM

    Chairwoman Carmen Cozens addresses Community Connections’ Annual General Meeting at the Community Centre on Tuesday, April 22. The organization,... 

    MLA Norm Macdonald on RCTV this week

    MLA Norm Macdonald discusses several issues of local interest with Revelstoke Current Publisher David Rooney on RCTV’s In Conversation program this... 

    Beware the WesJet scam!

    The Revelstoke RCMP has received several reports of local citizens receiving telephone calls from a person identifying themselves as representing WestJet.... 

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    The Current Video

    If you like video (And who doesn’t?) we hope you’ll enjoy The Current Video feature. This video shows the Community Choir rehearsing for their Sunday, April 27, fundraising concert for the Community Connections Food Bank. $5 from every $15 ticket goes to the Food Bank so please come out and support these terrific community organizations. The concert starts at 7 pm at the United Church. The song they are singing here is Amy Feldman Bernon’s Come in from the Firefly Darkness. Please click here to read the official poster.

    The Current is pleased to present short videos by and about local people and events. Most videos are produced by The Current, but we will accept other videographers’ clips in the two-to-four-minute range taken of local people and events.

    If you would like to see more local video from The Revelstoke Current’s YouTube Playlist please go to The Current Editor’s Channel on YouTube to see the full list of Revelstoke Current video productions.