Year: 2014

Saints learn plenty on trip
The Selkirk College Saints men’s hockey team took their game to the next level on a road trip east this past weekend

Wire Service / December 10, 2014

Join the annual carol sing
It is time once again for the Annual Community Carol Sing at the New Life Assembly on December 21 from 2 to 4 p.m.

Wire Service / December 10, 2014

Nutrition, science and controversy
Castlegar’s Ian Mosby releases new book, 'Food Will Win the War: The Politics, Culture and Science of Food on Canada’s Home Front.'

Chris Stedile / December 10, 2014

No quick fix
According to an annual report, child poverty is on the rise in BC rather than declining.

Wire Service / December 10, 2014

Update on missing skier
The Nelson RCMP have had no luck recovering the missing skier, Edward Perello and are requesting anyone with information contact them.

Contributed / December 10, 2014

Old fashioned country Christmas
The Pass Creek Regional Exhibition Society and Dirty Diggers will be putting on an Old Fashion Country Christmas

Wire Service / December 10, 2014

B.C. oil refinery backers move ahead
Former national chiefs Shawn Atleo, Ovide Mercredi join third bid to build bitumen processing plant on B.C.'s North Coast

Tom Fletcher / December 10, 2014

Clark on climate, clawbacks, credit cards
A year-end interview with Premier Christy Clark touches on natural gas, climate change, BC Ferries and the growing budget surplus

Tom Fletcher / December 9, 2014

Mary Verigin
With sad hearts the family of Mary Verigin of Castlegar, formerly of…

Wire Service / December 9, 2014

James Harold Crawford
With great sadness we announce that Jim passed away at Castleview Care…

Wire Service / December 8, 2014

Real country living
On January 16, Nicole will be performing her biggest show yet at the Charles Bailey Theatre in Trail.

Wire Service / December 4, 2014

Our View: Shopping locally
Anyone with a television in their home was likely bombarded with Black Friday information.

Wire Service / December 4, 2014