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Kalesnikoff announces $35 million South Slocan facility

Mass timber manufacturing facility will create 50 full-time, technology-centered jobs.

  • Mar 14, 2019

800-year-old Vancouver Island log ready for United Nations project

Language Revitalization Pole will be publicly carved, then delivered to the University of Victoria

‘We’re in it for the long haul,’ says owner of Kootenay-to-Kelowna bus line

Silver City Stage Lines runs a bus service six days a week; Bookings available on fritztravels.com

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Three in serious condition after single-vehicle accident leaves Jeep totalled

West Kootenay club says wolf hunting offer not a contest

The West Kootenay Outdoorsmen Club says it wants to help recoup costs

Castlegar driver faces fine for checking smart watch while driving

Police on patrol for distracted drivers this month

Board green-lights $15 million for Kootenay Boundary hospital

Second phase construction is expected to begin after KBRH’s emergency unit upgrades are complete

Weather warning for Kootenay mountain passes

Take time and be cautious as up to 20 cm of snow falls at high elevation

West Kootenay rod and gun clubs slammed for animal-killing contests

Wildlife activists are targeting the club and two other B.C. organizations

Snowpack below average in West Kootenay

Chances of river flooding this spring less likely, forecaster says

Interior Health hospitals to serve more made in B.C. food

New initiative by the Ministry of Agriculture to serve more B.C. produced food in hospitals

Trail event recognizes World Lymphedema Day

Willa Condy Seymour shares her debilitating diagnosis; Raises awareness for incurable lymphedema

B.C. Indigenous woman appointed to Canada’s gun advisory committee

First Nations and northern voices were both missing in discussions

Trail RCMP seek tips on person aiming laser pointer at drivers

Officers from the Greater Trail detachment responded to a laser-related incident on Friday

Auditor’s report points to gaps in ambulance service for rural B.C.

“This increases the risk that some patients do not receive the care they need, when they need it.”

West Kootenay police step up patrols to catch distracted drivers

Still not getting the message? Maybe a $543 ticket, at minimum, will help stop distracted driving.

Fertilizer plant re-opens at Teck Trail after spill of ‘acidic solution’

Ministry says no public health or safety concerns from Tuesday morning incident

Teck Trail shuts down fertilizer plant after ‘low pH’ spill

The incident occurred at a river outfall on Tuesday, Feb. 26

Driver critically injured in crash near Nelson

A 40-year-old man was ejected from his car in a collision

Affordable housing project moves ahead; public to review plans

Details to be finalized for project on old Emcon lot