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Five Castlegar residents among recent black belt recipients.
Kelowna Chiefs forfeit their early Sept. win to Leafs and tie with Rebels due to paperwork delay
The proposed 10-bed facility has a $3.6 million price tag.
A Smoky Skies Advisory has been issued in Castlegar, Creston and Grand Forks due to high levels of smoke from forest fires.
While fire crews battle the human-caused blaze near Rock Creek, crews attack dozens of new lightning-caused fires in southern BC.
While the sky is not falling, ash and smoke from a Washington state fire is cloaking Nelson and Castlegar with an orange glow.
Fruitvale's David Hildahl and Brandon Hawthorn helped free a man from his over-turned burning vehicle on Highway 3 last weekend.
Salmo is preparing for a by-election after former councillors Cathy Paton and Ken Anderson resigned this week.
Balfour beach, Crescent Valley beach, Waterloo Eddy and Pass Creek parks draft plans available at open houses on June 22 and 23.
Should directors be reimbursed for costs of being a parent? Some say yes, but others aren't so sure.
Many directors were alarmed by the number of mental health calls for service in January through March.
A delegation said BC Ambulance has received a number of applications and is "actively recruiting” staff for Winlaw.
More than four years in the making, the Village of Slocan has applied for a tenure on crown land and funding grants for the project.
Eighteen rural fire departments in the Regional District of Central Kootenay will be implementing new training standards immediately.
Regional District of Central Kootenay board has also changed how water service charges are allocated, resulting in an increase of user fees.
Slocan Valley residents have been without proper ambulance service since January.
Popoff, a resident of the rural community of Krestova, is one of 30 members selected from across BC.
Search and Rescue urge recreationalists to share travel plans, not to rely solely on technology.
BC’s Independent Investigations Office is investigating the shooting that occurred last week near Castlegar.
Robson residents Kyle Braga and Brittany Zirk welcome their son Max who was born on January 1 at 8:30 p.m. in Nelson.