The Marlows of Trout Lake

Marilyn Taylor's submission for Heritage Week on the Marlow family of Trout Lake.

New SPCA facilities key to responding quickly to animal cruelty complaints

The call for these facilities come after many large-scale animal seizures in the province last year.

Are you #InItForAlz?

The Alzheimer Society of B.C. is asking residents to be #InItForAlz and show support for those affected by the disease.

Arrow Lakes News welcomes new editor

John White is the new editor for the Castlegar News, Rossland News, Arrow Lakes News and West Kootenay Advertiser.

Avalanche risk high in region

Because of a weak snowpack there is a higher risk of danger this year.

Racers rip it up at Red and Phoenix

Nancy Green Racers had a fabulous time at both mountains during their zone races.

Successful test flight paves the way for passenger charters to Revelstoke

These new charter flights to Vancouver and other areas close by.

Kootenay mayors urge ‘strong stand’ on Columbia River Treaty renegotiation

Mayors from Nakusp and Nelson travelled to Ottawa to discuss the Columbia River Treaty.

August 2016

Events in and around Nakusp during the month of August 2016.

Music students delight audience with holiday concert

The Nancy Bertoia School of Music hosted its annual Christmas concert at the Robertson Memorial United Church.

New telehealth connections will help save lives

The new system will allow patients in rural areas access to specialists in other cities in real time.

NSS boys soccer team plays championship

The team played hard during the BC High School A Tier Soccer Championships in White Rock.

Reliability expected to improve at the Trail airport this winter

The announcement comes as cloudy and foggy winter weather gets ready to settle in.

Remote avalanche control system coming online between Revelstoke and Sicamous

The new system will help improve public safety along the highway.

Nakusp Bantam Falcons take part in their first tournament of the season

The team travelled to Castlegar over the weekend for the games.

MP reflects on first year in Ottawa

Richard Cannings looks back on his first year as an MP in Ottawa.

Support for forest industry needed

From the Hill with Richard Cannins, MP for South Okanagan-West Kootenay.

Hello from the Arrow Lakes Historical Society

An update from the Arrow Lakes Historical Society on what they have been up to recently.

Rural infrastructure priorities, the financial struggles of young adults, and falling demand for paper

From the Hill with Richard Cannings, MP for South Okanagan — West Kootenay.

Deadlier flu season may be brewing for B.C.

Residents urged to get flu shot as signs show a more dangerous influenza strain will dominate this flu season.