Columbia Basin Trust announces new five-year, $10-million program

Ecosystems around the Columbia Basin will receive a major boost

  • Dec 5th, 2017

Nakusp’s history being perserved in digital form

“Every single family has a story to tell”, says archivist

Yukon the dog safely home after two weeks lost on the Alaska Highway

Trucker returns lost dog back to his home in North Pole, AK

Mountain Transport Institute helps drive learning at Selkirk College

This year’s class thanks MTI’s owner/CEO Andy Roberts and his team for these valuable learning tools.

  • Dec 7th, 2017

Boating BC reminds boaters about the do’s and don’t’s for winter boat storage

Taking the time and effort to properly store your boat for colder weather is important

  • Dec 7th, 2017

Selkirk College students dive deeper into restorative justice

The third week in November has been proclaimed as Restorative Justice Week.

  • Dec 7th, 2017
AbbyFest highlights local talent and community-minded business
    AquaVan 150 wraps up cross-country tour in Vancouver
      Event showcases aboriginal achievements
        There's a buzzz around Central City

          Rossland celebrates 23rd annual Rekindle

          Rossland celebrated its 23rd annual Rekindle the Spirit of Christmas on Saturday.

          All for one and one for paws

          The Grade 1 and 3/4 classes at RSS were involved in a pay-it-forward project.

          • Dec 7th, 2017

          Unusually large tip returned by honest B.C. restaurant

          A Vernon mother is thrilled by one business owner’s honesty

          • Dec 6th, 2017

          Castlegar Provincial Courthouse welcomes Selkirk College students

          The class had the opportunity to spend an hour with Provincial Court Justice Robert Brown

          • Nov 30th, 2017

          Adopted cat: the best 10 pounds you’ll gain this holiday season

          The BC SPCA is encouraging people thinking about adopting a feline family member to do so

          • Nov 30th, 2017

          Order of Eagles has storied history in Rossland

          The Fraternal Order of Eagles Number 10 in Rossland is one of the oldest orders in North America

          • Nov 30th, 2017

          GivingTuesday: Global day of giving Nov. 28

          The event follows Black Friday and Cyber Monday

          • Nov 26th, 2017

          First West Kootenay Community commits to 100 per cent renewable Kootenays Initiative

          WKES is celebrating the first signatory to their 100 per cent Renewable Kootenays initiative.

          • Nov 23rd, 2017

          Be wary of questionable phone calls and charities

          We need to be very careful about who we give money to and why.

          • Nov 23rd, 2017

          Castlegar boys recognized by Vancouver Fire Rescue

          Two Castlegar boys have received a commendation from Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services.

          Rossland Library fundraiser earns kudos

          Lily Kompass presents Rossland Public Library Board Chair Adam Howse with a cheque for $360.

          • Nov 23rd, 2017

          Revelstoke silversmith receives thank-you letter from 24 Sussex Drive

          Arleigh Garratt’s snowflake earrings were gifted to Sophie Grégoire Trudeau during July visit

          Black Friday/Cyber Monday: Spend your money wisely

          One of the busiest shopping weekends of the year is coming up.

          • Nov 16th, 2017

          Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance announces 2017-18 funded projects

          More than 140 arts, culture and heritage projects received a total of $706,000 in funding.

          • Nov 16th, 2017