Trisha Shanks

Nakusp firefighters honoured

Council briefs from June 25 meeting

Public Works’ new Director of Operations

Wild first day on the job

Summer storm causes havoc

Up to 45,000 affected by wind, rain and lightning

Planter project- let it grow

Elementary and high school classes work together on community effort

First Nations artist opens gallery and studio

Jewelry and carving featured in Art Works from Turtle Island

Library to award medals for summer reading

Kids encouraged to track reading for fun and rewards

Mt. Abriel recreation site open for use

Mountain bike trails and campsites ready this season

Music and food programs gets a boost

$1,250 donated to Nakusp elementary

RCMP investigate online threat to NSS

Police and officials call it unsubstantiated

Seasonal water restrictions in effect for Edgewood and Burton

Watering lawns overnight or by handheld hose only

The drive to sweep away scotch broom

Nasty weed is bad for the ecosystem and soil

Nakusp visitor manager nominated for Women in Business award

Cedra Eichenauer among 100 women recognized by Kootenay Business magazine

Nakusp participates in Health and Fitness Day

Fitness pros offered free events to get people moving

Category 3 fire ban- grass and open fires prohibited

Southeast Fire Centre issued restriction on June 8

Cougars trapped and killed after sheep killing spree

Farmer says ‘I am still heart broken’

Living the dream; from big city to Kootenay campground

Former Coachman Campground’s new ownership

Comeback puppy ‘doing awesome’

And a horse is Beaux’s best friend

New records set at 2018 Sufferfest half marathon and 5K

Nelson Rocha and Nate Hawe win in impressive fashion

Escape room is newest attraction in Nakusp

Teams must solve puzzles to beat the game

Canada Day celebrations underway with Society and the Village

Lineup includes food, games, and plenty of local entertainment