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Water quality advisory rescinded Tuesday, May 22. Turbidity levels back to normal.
Efficiency in Action Awards recognize outstanding energy efficiency projects and big energy savings.
The City will use online survey and public meetings to gather input from residents on how to move forward
Water quality advisory to remain in place for a few more days.
Timber structure officially introduced on June 8
RDCK says locals should be prepared to evacuate should river threaten to flood
A detour is available on the Kootenay Lake Ferry, but commuters could see wait times
Be careful during and after floods
Three members of Castlegar’s Special Olympics bowling team heading to nationals next week
A busy week on the social calendar
Talking about hospice first step to developing service
Spring show in Trail was a hit
Front-row musings from the Highway 3A slide
Most rural directors want another term
Jobless figure stood at 5.4% last month
Environment Canada is calling for 20 to 40 mm of rain by Friday
W.E. Graham and Lucerne will each receive $90,000 in provincial funding