The centre is maintaining a high streamflow advisory for the Kootenay region's medium-sized watersheds.
The province handed out a sack of cash to Kootenay communities in its latest Strategic Community Investment Fund (SCIF).
There will be a certified "Google trusted photographer" in the region this summer to shoot Rossland places of business.
A campaign to pick the worst highways with the annual "Worst Roads" survey.
British Columbia adds new area code, 236, and it will be in effect in West Kootenay.
CFSEU unveils profile of murder victims, warning signs for parents.
The Rossland Chamber of Commerce is producing Rossland Maps, an interactive map.
The Rossland Rotary Club is currently accepting applications for the "Rotary Youth Leadership Award."
NFB night at the library: seminal piece of Newfoundland literature a lens to examine cultural change and modern relationships.
CBT grants target youth and sports in region and over $300,000 is handed out.
The Kootenay Columbia Trails Society will be hosting a volunteer trails day on Saturday, June 8 (9 a.m.).
When emotions run high communication is difficult - for both children and adults.
West Kootenay Traffic Services are reminding motorists they will be out in force on local highways.
The conference will be focusing on various seminars such as green technology, energy efficiency and human resources.
Dogs of all shapes and sizes are welcome to come out and strut for the title of Kootenay’s Cutest.
City of Rossland public works staff will be cleaning up the neighbourhoods and picking up organic material starting May 6.
Food bank coordinators have seen donations drop off and numbers of clients increase far beyond their ability to manage.
École des Sept-sommets received an honourable mention for their community garden and worm-composting projects.
There are two excellent courses coming up in computer literacy.
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