John Boivin

First meeting of Columbia River Treaty talks went well, minister says

Two-day meeting in U.S. capital in May set out values and goals

With waters falling, RDCK rescinds evacuation alerts

Residents of Salmo, Slocan can stand down for now

Woman carjacked on Highway 6, cops led on wild chase

Woman shaken up but escaped serious injury in bizarre incident

Controlled burn planned for southern Arrow Lakes area

The burn may be visible from Edgewood, Renata, Deer Park and surrounding communities.

Tireless worker nominated as Citizen of Year

Watt recognized for running school meal programs

Attracting new doctors an ongoing effort for New Denver

Community’s action on doctor shortage showing results

Passing gardening tips on to the next generations

New program to connect seniors and youth to the earth

New Nakusp vet settles into business

Robinson ready to provide care to community’s pets

Village council briefs: pot, wifi and campground feeds

Other council business from last week’s meeting

Grueling hours take toll on chef’s dream

Tyler Leeson moving to job at Lodge

Trust prez says fund is trying to adjust to changing needs

Johnny Strilaeff spoke with Nakusp Rotary members recently

Small tax increase highlight of 2018 Village budget

Council’s big project for 2018 is downtown revitalization

Reaching out to help men deal with violence

New program worker draws on life experience and local knowledge

CBC moving to FM in Nakusp this summer

Details on move to come later this year, say officials

Dental Health Month to focus on protecting kid’s teeth

Nakusp clinic also supports low-income residents to get tooth care

Nakusp Foundation seeks programs to support

Charitable fund pumps thousands into small community activities

Trail breaking to continue on Mount Abriel for two years

World-class bike project gets big funding commitments

Nakusp emerges from winter hibernation

Rites of spring keep locals busy

Edgewood water users to get upgraded system

Water from new wells should start flowing by 2019

Should we change Nakusp’s name?

This businessman says ‘yes’, and thinks it could mean big money for the village