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More than half a million Canadians are living with dementia today.
A ghostly nickname haunts the stretch between Kaslo and New Denver
By Miranda Hark In the 1800s there were about two million bighorn…
Composting brought to fruition at Castlegar’s Stanley Humphries
A Holiday Train letdown and a disappointing Christmas program.
Kootenay MP ponders what’s to come this year.
The Saints opened 2020 with a weekend home series against the undefeated Trinity Western University
The award acknowledges individuals who perform public service acts that often go unnoticed.
In 1913, Francis Ruckle had a Grand Forks townsite addition surveyed, full of courts and boulevards
Rebels play Nelson Friday.
Rossland’s earliest thoroughfare was once derided as a ‘muddy collection of shacks’
We’ve identified the namesake of Bruce Gardens, but we’re still wondering about Shirley
BC Minister of Children and Family Development looks at last year’s accomplishments.
Two of the 11 place names in BC that start with X are found in the Boundary
Game will take place at the Community Complex to raise funds for community groups.
The Rebels downed the Grand Forks Border Bruins in both ends of a home-and-home series
Only a handful of Doukhobor names remain in use, but they form a unique subset
Rebels lose to Columbia Valley and Creston Valley, extending their losing streak to 10 games.
“…Someone who might not have gotten a letter from home will get one now.”
Taghum, Lebahdo, Sitkum Creek, and Chahko Mika all come from the pidgin trade language