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Local Astronomer Wayne Holmes has had an interest in astronomy since he got his first telescope and began reading about the objects in the sky at a young age. As the coordinator of the Starry Nights program at Taghum Hall as well as multi session astronomy classes as part of the...

West Kootenay winter sport enthusiasts have an eye on the sky and while you wait for the first flakes to fall, it’s time to get geared up.

Students in Selkirk College’s Ski Resort Operations & Management (SROAM) Program know this routine well. This week you will find second-year...

There's a hockey fan in Kimberley with a huge heart, and wallet.   Prior to Friday's Kootenay International Junior Hockey League contest between the hometown Dynamiters and visiting Grand Forks Border Bruins, Mike Gould made an annnouncement many are stilling thinking can't be true.   The...

The Selkirk College Saints will welcome back four alumni to Castlegar this Saturday night, but friendly handshakes and reminiscences will be saved for off the ice.

The Vancouver Island University Mariners pay a first-ever visit to the Castlegar & District Recreation Centre and the...

This past weekend (Saturday, October 14th), 561 Nelson Osprey Squadron cadets of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets went flying over Nelson and area.

The cadets were flown in two Cessna 172 aircraft.

During the day, cadets also had a look inside the Kootenay Valley Helicopters hanger.

Aviation experience is one of the unique the activities of the Air Cadet Program. During the...

EcoSociety is bringing this amazing film about fusion energy to the The Civic Theatre in Nelson on Monday (October 16) at 7 p.m.

This is a fundraiser for EcoSociety so bring all your friends and family.

Tickets will be $12 at the door or online at the Civic Theatre website.

Clean, safe and unlimited power has been an obsession for scientists and inventors for centuries,...

BC SPCA urges British Columbians to speak out against grizzly bear hunt

The BC SPCA said in a media release Monday they are urging British Columbians to speak out against grizzly bear hunting across the province.

BC SPCA said the public has until November 2 to provide input to the B.C. government on two policy documents outlining proposed changes to the grizzly bear hunt.

“This summer the B.C....

Transporters of liquid petroleum products in British Columbia now will need to have provincial plans in place to manage a spill.

The new regulations requiring spill preparedness apply to pipelines, as well as rail and trucking operations transporting over 10,000 litres.

The regulations extend liability for full cost of response and recovery to a combination of both the owner as...