The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League’s second season officially kicks off Friday on eight fronts as 16 teams begin the final push to dethrone the Beaver Valley Nitehawks as champs.
The Nelson Leafs lost to meaningless games in the standings, dropping a 4-1 decision Friday in Castlegar to the Rebels and losing 3-2 in overtime Saturday in Fruitvale to the Nitehawks.
RCMP said a skier missing since Friday has been found dead Greely Creek drainage near Revelstoke.
Michael Foster, 24, of Airdrie, Alta. was in Revelstoke skiing but failed to show up for work Friday.
RCMP said Foster was last seen in Revelstoke on February 13th.
Revelstoke Mountain Resort Ski Patrol commenced a search of the resort after a day long search on Saturday.
It's a great opportunity for students to explore first hand the many jobs that will be up for grabs in BC during the next decade.
Wednesday (February 21) at the L.V. Rogers Gymnasium, WorkBC’s Find Your Fit tour is making a stop in the Heritage City allowing students to get valuable hands-on experience with helpful career-planning tools.
For the second time in less than a month customers of Nelson Hydro were left in the dark after the City of Nelson and surrounding areas experienced a system-wide outage.
The outage occurred shortly after noon Sunday, lasting for a few hours for most of City of Nelson users.
Some rural areas saw power not back on until after 5 p.m.
The Liver Clinic located in the Kootenay Lake Hospital has new equipment generously funded through the KLH Foundation, that has already made a big difference for hundreds of patients in the Kootenays.
Anyone looking for a night out in the Heritage City should set aside Saturday, March 3rd to attend the Nelson Police Foundation Second Cuffs for a Cause Fundraising Dinner at the Selkirk College Tenth Street Campus.
The SS Moyie is truly one of a kind. The oldest intact passenger sternwheeler ship in the world built in 1898, the Moyie ended its service on Kootenay Lake in 1959.
What do art and science have in common? For many scientists and academics such as Timothy Morton, they are looking to the art world to help communicate the reality of the threat of climate change. While scientific data appeals to the brain, art appeals to emotions. As a group, society hasn’t generally been motivated by facts to make the necessary adjustments.
Interior Health’s Board Chair Doug Cochrane announced today that president and CEO Chris Mazurkewich has provided the board of directors with his letter of resignation, expressing his decision to retire at the end of October.
The City of Castlegar will soon be $1.35 million richer, according to a press release issued today.