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Celebrating another year of music in Nakusp

The Massey School of Music hosts its annual year end recital.

Richard Cannings: From the Hill

This week's column focuses on celebrating Canada Day and continuing work in Ottawa.

Bike to Work Week Kootenays a great success

Organizers are amazed at the success of the 2016 Bike to Work Week initiative in the Kootenays that took place May 30 to June 5.

Nakusp Medieval Days set to return in July

This marks the second year the festival has taken place in Nakusp.

ALFA Art Walk is a go

The annual Art Walk is now in its third year of operation.

For the love of water

First in a series from Margaret Ann, Water Smart Ambassador for Nakusp.

RDCK director re-elected to FCM board

There winner was elected at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Annual Convention in Winnipeg.

The Week in History

Events from the week of May 19 from years gone by.

Southeast centre issues reminder for fire season

The reminder comes as fire season in the province gets an early start this year.

Getting together for dinner and a show

The monthly senior's dinner, which took place at the Seniors' Hall in Nakusp.

Cannings tables first pieces of private members legislation

MP Richard Cannings tables his first three pieces of legislation in the House of Commons

New regional publisher named

Meet Eric Lawson, the new publisher for the Black Press newspapers in the West Kootenay/Boundary area.

Arts Council to present final concert of the season

Arrow Lakes District Arts Council prepares for its final concert of the season at the Bonnington Arts Centre.

Clamping down on tax evasion

Local MP Richard Cannings reflects on taxes, the Panama Papers scandal, and tax evasion.

A new twist on some classic tunes

Laura Landberg came to the Bonnington Arts Centre, with a new take on some classic hits.

‘Racing well is the biggest prize’

Cross-country skier Julien Locke sits down with 11-year-old journalist Lukas Pigott to talk about his performance at last month's nationals.

Community concert brings local artists together

The concert was one of two major events happening on April 17.

Logger training provides gainful employment outcomes

The program's aim is to open up employment opportunities in the regional forestry sector.

Writers’ workshop deadline approaching

The third Convergence Writer's Weekend in Silverton is coming up soon, featuring talks and a panel discussion.

Help Rotary light up the waterfront

The Rotary is one of many societies seeking funding at the CBT Community Initiatives Program.