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Just before last fall’s election, the BC NDP released its report on old-growth logging.  They said they were implementing all the panel’s recommendations and that they were protecting hundreds of thousands of hectares of forest. One of the...

New COVID-19 cases in Kootenay Boundary have decreased according to the release Wednesday of the B.C. Centre of Disease Control website of the Geographic Distribution of COVID-19 by Local Health Area of Case Residence map.

The map, one of the many graphics on the BC Centre of Disease...

The weather has been awesome, and the fishing has been awesomer!  Haha, a little humour never hurt anyone.

With this great, spring weather, we have been spending plenty of time on the water.

So, here’s your latest fishing report:

Kootenay Lake

The creeks are flowing...

Mallard’s Source for sports is happy to showcase the amazing donation to assist with Nelson’s Friends of the Family Foundation.

Nelson Home Building Center recently made a $3,000 to the local charity that assists local families during a time of crisis.

Started in 2000, The Nelson...

Students at J.V. Humphries (JVH) school in Kaslo have spent the year circumventing one another while at school, keeping to their grade level cohorts, in adherence with social distancing protocols. For this small close-knit school community, it’s been a hard year.  

This past winter, two JVH students, Emma LeCouffe and Faye Petersen, were motivated to find a unique way to bring the whole...

It’s not too late for Nelson residents to join the thousands of British Columbians walking their own way for the IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s.

Participants simply set themselves a walking or fitness challenge throughout May, while fundraising to support Alzheimer Society of B.C. programs and services.

Participants are encouraged to get creative and ensure their plans...

RDCK applies for grant to develop Flood Risk Evaluation Policy

The RDCK wants to study how to assess the risk and dangers of flooding and other hazards to local residents, and will apply for a grant to develop a Flood Risk Evaluation Policy.

“Historic development in the RDCK has resulted in a number of communities being at risk to flooding and/or geohazards. With the impacts of climate change anticipated to increase the severity of events and...

People who leave COVID-19 fines unpaid may be unable to obtain or renew a B.C. driver’s licence or vehicle licence under proposed legislation introduced today.

“That small minority of persons who have been fined for violating the rules in place to protect us all are going to be held accountable for the debt they owe,” said Mike Farnworth, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General...