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Signs mark Japanese Canadian internment history in Kootenays

Three signs have been installed in Kaslo, New Denver and Slocan

Free fishing allowed for Family Fishing Weekend

Most fishing is being offered for free this weekend in recognition of a celebrated family tradition

Nine-year-old launches recycling business in northwest B.C.

With no curb-side pick up recycling in Prince Rupert, one young boy found his niche

Grand opening for new Temple of Light

Rebuilt after fire destroyed original structure in 2014

  • Jun 16th, 2018

Start reading now for August 7 meeting in Nelson

Book club has drop-in to discuss Scarborough

  • Jun 17th, 2018

New Selkirk carpentry shop opens this fall

‘This new is as good as it gets’

  • Jun 18th, 2018
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Pacific Coastal Airlines golf tournament helps three B.C. charities
Advocates, volunteers prepare for Jeans Day
BrickCan Lego Convention

Lowest tides in years exposes Island seashore

Moon and sun collaborate for significant low tides this summer with more lows predicted to return July 13 and Aug. 11

Nelson’s Jennifer Craig wins Leacock award

Craig suffered a stroke before the ceremony and is currently in hospital

Nelson’s Jennifer Craig wins Leacock award

Craig suffered a stroke before the ceremony and is currently in hospital

Wyatt Earp’s Rossland connection, revealed by local history buff… maybe

Buried bridges, century-old cannabis edibles part of city’s secret history

Norwegian man finds biological family in B.C.

Family reunion for adopted man almost 50 years in the making.

VIDEO: 425 singers light up the Nelson arena

An audience of 615 attended Fireworks Community Choir on the weekend

Mother in her fifties finishes high school, graduates with daughter

Recent graduate encourages other adults to get Dogwood Diploma using Adult Upgrading Grant

Selkirk College’s TESOL program an unforgettable experience

‘It was frightening as anything I’ve done, but it was incredible’

  • Jun 10th, 2018

Tuition and books up for grabs at Selkirk College High School Exam Competition

Maximum $1,500 scholarship can be won by any one student

  • Jun 9th, 2018

Rossland quilter takes top spot in national competition

Karen Thatcher’s “The Getaway” placed first in the Canadian juried show in Vancouver earlier this month

Youth in care success story

Castlegar resident Jaclyn King has overcome a lot to get where she is today.

Quiet leadership recognized with Montrose service award

Terry Jones is this year’s recipient for the Montrose Community Service Award

After fleeing repression, family reunited in Rossland

West Kootenay Friends of Refugees to support newcomer in new life in Canada

  • Jun 5th, 2018