John Boivin

Housekeeping audit finds problems at Arrow Lakes facility

ALH scores lowest of five large regional hospital

Village faces $5.1 million bill for water mains

Aging asbestos-cement pipes should have been replaced years ago

Community volunteers help low-income Canadians file taxes

But decades-old program is in trouble in Nakusp, as volunteers retire

Pay increase for mayor, council?

Village tries to standardize haphazard pay system

Former Nakusp teacher found guilty of sexually exploiting teen

Shanny McIvor will be sentenced later this year

Land crunch stymies Nakusp wood manufacturer

Builder could create new jobs with proper work space

Nakusp students fundraise for Thai peers

NES kids reach out to students half a world away

Poker rally draws dozens

Harlow mountain ride a blast, despite the weather

Contest woos creative workers to Kaslo

Fun stunt highlights serious concern for rural B.C. towns

Learning to stand on new ground

After a lifetime of achievement, a businesswoman seeks meaning within

Manitoba fire forces sell off of Nakusp business

Arkay Computers on selling block for $249,000

Village’s second-in-command calls it quits

Warren Leigh taking on job with Arctic mining company

Skating lessons prove popular in Nakusp

Returning athlete teaches new generation to love the ice

SD 10 trustees vote to re-open Burton school

K-3 class to be established this fall

Mountain lodge owners continue fuel-spill clean-up

6,500 litres of jet fuel spilled into a sub-alpine bog

Nakusp Medieval Society hopes for renaissance

Group numbers waning, seeks new blood and ideas

Record snowfall hits village budget

Village has spent $12k a week on snow removal since New Year’s

Local man saw need, reinvents himself as repairman

Appliance repair service started last March in Nakusp

Local man sues for wrongful dismissal

Firing caused psychological suffering, suit alleges

Suprise found in stacks of old newsprint

Discovery changes birthdate for Arrow Lakes News