Will Johnson

B.C. couple ‘shaken but unharmed’ following Vegas mass shooting

More than 50 people were killed in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history

Province-wide manhunt launched following Nelson burglary

Suspect got away with $30,000 worth of merchandise before crashing stolen car

Province-wide manhunt launched following Nelson burglary

Suspect got away with $30,000 worth of merchandise before crashing stolen car

UPDATE: Emergency personnel disagree with decision to re-open Shambhala

Organizers have told people they can stay

Shambhala Music Festival cancels Sunday night lineup

More than 17,000 festival goers have been at the music festival since Friday.

Three-day festival packed Kaslo Bay for 26th year

Fred Penner led a spirited singalong of “Puff the Magic Dragon” on the shore of Kootenay Lake.

Being Nasookin: a conversation with Kootenay chief Jason Louie

The Lower Kootenay Band’s head has been in charge since 2010

Crawford Creek search for missing teacher unsuccessful

School teacher Alvin Dunic has been missing for three weeks

Making a path for Columbia salmon

First Nations groups dream of creating safe passage for fish

Trump comments fire up Kootenay lumber industry

Nelson area mills are reeling following antagonistic tariff comments from the U.S. president

Will salmon ever come back to the Columbia?

For decades now salmon have been barred from their traditional Columbia River spawning grounds

Will salmon ever come back to the Columbia?

For decades now salmon have been barred from their traditional Columbia River spawning grounds

VIDEO: Elizabeth May hits the Kootenays

Nelson Rod and Gun Club hosted packed rally for Kim Charlesworth

Carfentanil bust in Nelson

Cops call for carfentanil harm reduction strategy.

Cypher culture hits the Kootenays

Visiting dance group Project Soul inspired kids to unleash inner breakdancer

Kootenay mayors urge ‘strong stand’ on Columbia River Treaty

Deb Kozak and Karen Hamling traveled 3,866 kilometers to meet Ottawa ministers.

RCMP: Student charged in Mount Sentinel incident acted alone

Students were sent home early on Friday and this weekend's graduation ceremonies have been postponed.

SD8 calls emergency meeting on rural education funding

Nelson-Creston MLA, school board and administration wonder about implications of rural education cash infusion.

Slocan Valley parents outraged by potential Winlaw school closure

Nearly 400 parents, students and advocates attended the school board meeting at W.E. Graham on Tuesday evening.

Three voices of Kootenay adoption

In honour of National Adoption Month Black Press interviewed three West Kootenay residents whose lives have been touched by adoption.