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Submitted by Nakusp Secondary School teacher Sean Johnston.
Fire risk was the top-ranked of the 14 resolutions discussed.
The Lions Clubs are key supporters of camps that support children with any kind of disability.
Students interested in pursuing a career in the legal profession can now start their education at Selkirk College.
The Rossland Light Opera Players’ production of The Reluctant Dragon will premiere at the Rossland Summit School on Friday.
Avalanche Canada (AvCan) and North Shore Rescue (NSR) are uniting to deliver a safety message to winter backcountry users.
Hunters in the province can now buy licenses online.
The man was involved in a crash on the highway between Revelstoke and Golden.
Two of the Bantam Grizzly players hail from Nakusp.
Selkirk College’s Ski Resort Operations & Management Program is proud to announce that this year’s event will be held at Whitewater.
Selkirk College formalized its relationship with AXIS Leisure Management Ltd, a leader in China’s on-the-verge ski resort industry
Award-winning comedian Ron James has been selling out theatres for 15 years with his marathon, kinetically charged performances.
Many of the affordable housing units operated by non-profit organizations in the Columbia Basin need energy retrofits.
The Nakusp Secondary School Ski and Snowboard team recently took part in the Zone games in Whistler.
The Nakusp Chamber of Commerce received the funding through the rural dividend program.
River Fantuz worked at Arrow Lakes News for a week getting his required 30 hours of work experience.
The senior girls Single A team dominated in the weekend tournament.
The week is an event meant to encourage Canadians to celebrate freedom of expression.
Alex Cooper of Revelstoke Times Review looks at the possibility of the Oroville Dam situation happening in the Kootenays.
Third instalment in Will Johnson's series on the Columbia Basin Treaty and Columbia Basin Trust.