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Children and Family Development minister Stephanie Cadieux paid a visit to the childcare program at Kootenay Family Place on Tuesday
Nine regional rep teams heading across the line to compete in large tournament to wrap up their season
Motes and Oats, with accompaniment from Rob Fahey of Nelson on bass, brought a lively blend of tunes for the last show of the season.
Peak Physique Fitness' new state of the art Castlegar facility houses the latest in gym equipment and much more.
Suds could be flowing next summer if an idea by Sunrise Rotary 2000 takes shape.
Recovery Centre in Winlaw will remain open until Friday, August 30.
Four candidates fielded numerous questions on a range of topics heading into the Sept. 14 election.
Wildfire Management Branch information officer says waste or garbage appeared to be what was set alight.
Eighteen principals, vice-principals and district management staff spend two days across the line for professional development
Can you help with information about 21 black and white photos mailed to the Dawson City Museum?
Four refurbished signs at the entry points to Castlegar have been installed, welcoming visitors to the city.
No Stars hockey in Castlegar looking for players. This fun, recreational league is a great way to stay in shape this winter.
Some parents surprised to see significant change to school schedule posted on Stanley Humphries Secondary website.
BC Seniors did the region proud over the past four days in Kamloops at the 2013 BC Seniors Games.
Concerts in the Park on July 17 was another well-attended affair, with solo country/blues artist Ray Bouliane entertaining the crowd.
Unique sound gets people of all ages on their feet at the Concerts in the Park series at Kinnaird Park on Wednesday.
More than 220 school support staff workers in the East and West Kootenays could be on the picket lines in September.
Eight adult cases and 11 patients under the age of 18 since the start of June; IHA says sometimes months go by without any.
A fire estimated at one hectare is being bucketed by a helicopter and an initial three-person attack crew is enroute.
Awareness campaign and fundraiser at Safeway in Castlegar highlights the need to find a cure for neuromuscular disorders.