Nelson Police have made an arrest of a man after three Baker Street businesses were burglarized last week.
Nelson Police Sergeant Corey Hoy said in a media release Tuesday the man is not a resident of Nelson.
"(Monday) at approximately (4 p.m.), the Nelson Police Department arrested a male for all three incidents," Hoy said.
Never leave a piece of fish on the boat motor . . . unless if you want to film one of the most spectacular birds in mid-flight.
A BC resident shot a once-in-a-lifetime piece of film footage during a fishing trip on northwestern Vancouver Island.
There are many uncertain aspects of the city’s downtown redesign strategy, but the one thing that is certain is that it is a work in progress, a living document, and it will continue to take shape as time moves forward.
The educational pathway for students at Selkirk College’s Kootenay Studio Arts (KSA) is an individual journey that results in a creative collection of final projects. On June 23 and 24, students from five studios will showcase their concepts, designs and skill-sets at the annual KSA Year End Show & Sale.
Submitted by Pamela Sabo
Interested in finding out more about the Cowboy Mounted Shooters Association of BC?
Then don't miss the The demonstration set for Canyon Park, Canyon, BC from 9 – 9:45 am on Canada Day — Saturday, July 1st, 2017.
To The Editor:
Grand Forks City Park is the place people can meet Saturday (June 24th) at 10:30 a.m. to participate in the ‘Step Into the Light’ walk for women’s health.
The past few months have been very trying for a Grand Forks family.
Kyla Hermsen’s two-year-old son Brian spent four weeks in hospital after becoming ill from eating raw cookie dough made from the same Robin Hood flour that was part of a national recall.
“Nothing has changed . . . my son is still recovering,” Hermsen told the Boundary Sentinel recently.
The on again, off again, Balfour Water System Upgrade is, well, on again after Balfour residents voted in favour to borrow money to upgrade the local system.
The Regional District of Central Kootenay referendum, held Saturday (June 17th), saw 87.9% (153) of voters in support of the borrowing to commence upgrades of the system. There were 12.1% (21) in opposition.
The Nelson Police Department would like to make something specifically clear — the police force does not solicit money from the public through direct or through a third party.
Cst. Alain Therrien said in a media release Monday Nelson Police would like to send out an alert regarding the latest scam that targets the public.