The RCMP Southeast District Major Crime Unit and the BC Coroners Service continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a 47-year-old man in the Slocan Valley on October 8, 2019.
In an effort to advance the investigation, the deceased has been positively identified as Aaron Graham of Vallican.
The body of a woman missing since December 1, 2019, has been found Nelson Police said in a media release Tuesday.
Nathan Small of Nelson recently earned another spot at a provincial qualifying tournament.
Small, competing on a rink based in Kelowna, successfully earned a spot at the BC Provincial Mixed Curing finals in Abbotsford at the beginning of April.
Celebrating Indigenous knowledge and culture is at the core of Kootenay Lake School District’s commitment to Aboriginal Education and invites the community to participate in two upcoming initiatives happening at the Capitol Theatre in March.
The Mount Sentinel Wildcats dropped a very close 82-72 decision to Grand Forks Wolves in the semi final round of the Kootenay High School Single A Boys' Basketball Championships Saturday in Salmo.
The loss eliminated the Wildcats from the tournament.
After completing a business degree and working in sales for a decade, Michael Greenfield was more than ready for a change. The mountains were calling, and answering that call led him to a new lifestyle and career that turned out to be exactly what he was looking for.
On Monday, February 24, the Government of BC announced that it’s “Mining Day” and wants everyone to know that BC is committed to “implementing the Mining Jobs Task Force and to supporting the competitiveness of the mining sector” as evidenced by Budget 2020.
Slocan Lake RCMP continue to investigate a vehicle theft in the Rosebery area north of New Denver police said in a media release Monday.
Police said the investigation continues after Slocan Lake RCMP responded to a residence in the area of Rosebery for a report of a theft of vehicle in progress.
Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, and Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.'s provincial health officer, have issued the following joint statement regarding updates on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in British Columbia:
Mother Nature cooperated — it was dam cold.
And so did the more than 300 participants in the 2020 Coldest Night of the Year Fundraiser Saturday in the Heritage City.
Not only did the event attract more walkers in 2020, but the CNOY blasted through its original goal of $40,000 by more than 12 Grand.
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