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BC Liberal leadership candidate Kevin Falcon was in the Heritage City earlier this week to meet with voters at the Chamber of Commerce.

Falcon, running to be the next leader of the BC Liberal Party, promised to be an advocate for rural BC and the Kootenay Region if elected.

“As BC...

The region’s potential new backcountry skiing destination will reveal all in a virtual open house Thursday night.

Zincton will host the open house (register online at https://...

Everyone participating in the Greater Vernon 2022 BC Winter Games next February will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 said a Friday a news release from the BC Games .

The BC Games Society Board of Directors has announced the proof of vaccination requirement to help maximize...

The L.V. Rogers Bombers edged Mount Baker Wild of Cranbrook 3-1 Wednesday in a Kootenay High School Soccer Playday Tournament at the Lakeside Fields.

The contest was the second of the day for the Bombers during the five-team event.

LVR opened the day outlasting J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks...

Oxygen Art Centre (OAC) is excited to announce the launch of their new Online Mentorship Program. Beginning in January 2022 OAC will be offering affordable one-on-one online mentorship opportunities for individual artists to receive two 1-hour mentorship sessions with one of OAC’s Faculty.

Each online mentorship will be individually designed to meet the needs and interests of the...

At a Nelson renewable energy forum on September 28th, the newly formed Columbia Institute for Renewable Energy (CIRES) made a convincing case for urgent, collective action within the ‘Kootenay-Columbia-Boundary’ region to address mounting concerns over our warming climate.

Bringing together a diverse group of participants from energy companies, businesses, provincial and regional...

Trail RCMP seek two suspects involved in an alleged theft and assault

Trail and Greater District RCMP are looking for two individuals involved in an alleged theft from vehicle and assault, according to detachment commander Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.

"On Oct. 20, at 4:27 a.m., Trail and Greater District RCMP received a report about two Trail men who had been assaulted by an alleged thief near the 2700 block of Highway Drive, in Trail Wicentowich said..

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Guidelines have been developed to support school boards and independent school authorities in their decisions on implementing vaccine requirements for their employees.

"From the beginning of the pandemic we have worked together - to keep students safely learning in-class, to encourage all eligible British Columbians to get vaccinated and to make sure school safety plans are robust and...