Creston RCMP has confirmed that the search for missing person Alvin Dunic of Crawford Bay, BC, has been suspended.
The decision came Sunday afternoon (June 4) following seven days of extensive search efforts said RCMP Cpl Dan Moskaluk in a media release.
Nelson Neptunes returned home to host its first meet in three years at the Nelson and District Aquatic Centre.
The Neptunes did not disappoint their home fans finishing second to the Grand Forks Piranhas in team standings Sunday at the NDCC Pool.
The meet attracted more than 200 swimmers from throughout the Kootenay region.
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BC Wildfire Service said in a media release personnel will be conducting a prescribed burn in the Hooker Creek area (about nine kilometres east of Crawford Bay) during the month of June 2017.
This project could begin as early as Monday (June 5) weather and site conditions permitting.
Dewars Brewers had the offence running on all cylinders, putting up 10 runs during a 10-8 victory over Trail Mariners in Castlegar Sunfest Minor Division Baseball Tournament Sunday in the Sunflower City.
The win was the fifth of the tournament for the Brewers.
Nelson opened with a 10-4 win over Castlegar Steelers followed by a narrow 10-9 win over Castlegar Royals.
The MS Bike – West Kootenay Challenge returns for its sixth annual event this August, accompanied by three Cinnamon Bun Run training rides this summer, helping participants get back in the saddle.
The City of Nelson is pleased to announce that the first city electric vehicle (EV) charging station located at the foot of Baker Street in Railtown and is ready to be used by residents and visitors.
The EV charger installation was opened May 25, 2017.
Residents of Glade say they can often hear the Kalesnikoff lumber mill, on the opposite bank from their Kootenay River community, as it processes hundreds of thousands of cubic metres of lumber every year.
Soon those operations will be a lot closer to them.
Tears of disappointment were replaced with ear-to-ear grins after the L.V. Rogers Bombers posted a 2-0 victory over Arch Bishop Carney of Vancouver in the Bronze Medal Match Saturday at the BC High School AA Girl’s Soccer Championships Saturday at the Lakeside Fields.
There will be a new BC High School AA Girl’s Soccer Champion for 2017.
St. Thomas Moore Knights enacted some revenge from last season, posting a 1-0 victory over the defending champs from L.V. Rogers in Nelson during semi-final action at the BC High School AA Girl’s Soccer Championships Friday evening at the Lakeside Soccer Fields.