John Boivin

Recent rains fail to put dent in Kootenay’s water deficit

Total precipitation since March is only half of normal

Protesters crash controversial pastor’s sermon in Castlegar

First ‘Mighty Men’s Conference’ in Canada doesn’t go unchallenged

Fast charge electric station coming to Rossland

City included in roll-out of charges from Kelowna to the Kootenays.

At Kootenay senior’s centre, ‘Chicken TV’ enriches lives

Trio of chickens bringing unexpected joy to seniors at Castlegar residence

At Kootenay seniors home, ‘Chicken TV’ enriches lives

Trio of chickens bringing unexpected joy to seniors at Castlegar residence

Pass Creek farmers encouraged to plan ahead to save animals

Firesmart info session planned for Monday, June 24 at Pass Creek Community Hall

Nakusp bust finds drugs, guns, stolen property

Woman released on promise to appear in court in October.

Rossland boy finds human kindness sweet as honey after beehive destroyed

Family overwhelmed by kind offerings of strangers all across B.C.

Greens choose Rosslander to represent them in next federal election

Tara Howse is the former chair of Rossland’s Sustainability Commission

Castlegar mayor releases FCM itinerary

Bruno Tassone delivers promised report on activities at Quebec City municipal conference

West Kootenay afternoon storms spark fires

Lots of thunder and lightning, and little rain, as system moves through region

Nakusp cops warn of firebug

Call for assistance to stop person before a major fire starts

It’s on: Nakusp by-election will be a race after two throw hat in ring

Businessman Reny Kitto and retiree Ken Miller will be on July 13 ballot

Rossland teen heartbroken after thieves poison his beehive

Mom says she can’t understand why someone would kill bees for no apparent reason

Sick staff cause Nakusp’s hospital to close Saturday night

Interior Health says it’s actively recruiting for new casual staff

Remembering Nakusp’s contribution to D-Day

75th anniversary of historic invasion

Forecasters watching for June rain after West Kootenay’s driest May in 24 years

What happens in next few weeks has crucial impact on forest fire season

Small fires pop up around Kootenays

Fire danger is still low to moderate in most of the southeast Interior

Storms spark small fires in West Kootenay

Two lightning-caused fires reported after storm front moves through area

Castlegar player enters charter bus service in West Kootenay

MTI hopes to fill gap left by the closing of Queen City Shuttle service