Local News

Arrow Lakes Hospital emergency department closes for six hours

Nursing shortage forces shutdown Sunday from 1 a.m. to 7 a.m.

  • Jun 23rd, 2018

B.C. man wins job he was denied after saying he had depression

Transport Canada has been order to give Chris Hughes a high-level job and nearly $500,000

Gun, drugs and cash seized in arrest of alleged B.C. fentanyl dealer

Vancouver Island man Brent Connors is facing nine charges in relation to investigation

Mt. Abriel recreation site open for use

Mountain bike trails and campsites ready this season

Port of Prince Rupert names Shaun Stevenson as new CEO

Stevenson has worked for the port for 21 years as vice president of trade development

Unregulated private land logging continues near Nelson at Cottonwood Lake

Sunshine Logging of Kaslo is cutting on private land in the area of Giveout Creek Road

Moms Stop the Harm call for decriminalization of illicit drugs
Chief justice calls high Indigenous prison rate 'unacceptable'
Summer solstice celebrations around the world
Humboldt survivors reunite ahead of NHL Awards

RCMP investigate online threat to NSS

Police and officials call it unsubstantiated

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

Casino workers petition BCLC for fairness

Workers rallying at BCLC offices today

Illegal trap results in death of Sparwood cat

A cat was found deceased on a Sparwood property after becoming trapped in an illegally modified trap

Comeback puppy ‘doing awesome’

And a horse is Beaux’s best friend

Changes on the Columbia Basin Trust board

Carol Andrews steps up, Laurie Page stepping down

  • Jun 2nd, 2018

B.C.’s pristine coast at stake, says Kootenay West MLA

MLA Katrine Conroy is in Victoria for the final week of legislation before Parliament breaks

Canada Day celebrations underway with Society and the Village

Lineup includes food, games, and plenty of local entertainment

With waters falling, RDCK rescinds evacuation alerts

Residents of Salmo, Slocan can stand down for now

UPDATED: Elizabeth May pleads guilty, fined $1,500 in pipeline protests

Federal Green Party Leader was one of more than 150 people facing criminal charges

Nakusp council briefs May 14

Donations, dogs and fitness on agenda

Aiming high at Nakusp Secondary School

Ourdoor ed students behind indoor climbing wall for community use