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By Lone Sheep Publishing on Tuesday Nov 29 2022

And the Snowfall Warnings just keeping coming.

Residents in the Southern Interior are advised to brace for another Snowfall Warning after Environment Canada issued the alert for Highway 3, Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass Tuesday afternoon.

By Sarah Lord on Tuesday Nov 29 2022

West Kootenay EcoSociety, a local leader in community environmental organizing, has recently undergone a name and branding change.

The organization, now Neighbours United (NU), still has the same mission, says Executive Director Montana Burgess.

By Province of British Columbia on Tuesday Nov 29 2022

A new medical school on the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Surrey campus is taking a significant step forward with the hiring of an interim dean and provincial funding to support its development.

By Letters to the editor on Tuesday Nov 29 2022

To The Editor:

An American observer of his nation's public discourse in 2020 said this: "Americans do not understand one another, do not trust one another, and do not like one another."

Canadians generally believe our public sphere is nowhere near as toxic as what is seen in the USA.

By The Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Nov 29 2022

Santa made a pitstop Sunday in Nelson to attend the 12 Days of Giving Christmas Toy and Food Drive at the Adventure Hotel.

The event started at Safeway on Anderson Street before the cavalcade of Emergency vehicles filled with toys and food hampers traveled to the Adventure Hotel parking lot on Hall Street.

By Province of British Columbia on Monday Nov 28 2022

Work is underway to enhance forest resilience to protect against the effects of wildfire and climate change in the Kootenay-Boundary region. 

By Contributor on Monday Nov 28 2022

Avalanche Canada is pleased to introduce a new flexible forecast system that makes it easier for users to get the information they need to plan safe trips into the backcountry.

With the new system, forecast regions are dynamic, with boundaries that change in response to localized conditions.

By Lone Sheep Publishing on Monday Nov 28 2022

During the past week, Detachment Commander Sergeant Darryl Peppler said Grand Forks police attended to a few motor vehicle accidents throughout the Boundary area.

In many incidents, weather played a factor.

"Winter is clearly here and we ask motorists to ensure their vehicles are ready for the season," said Sergeant Peppler. 

By The Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Nov 28 2022

The L.V. Rogers Bombers are making a return to the BC High School AAA Girls Volleyball Championship.

The Bombers book their ticket to the provincial tournament set to begin Thursday in Lake Country by stopping the J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks 3-0 in the best-of-five Kootenay High School AAA Girls Volleyball Zone Final at the LVR Hangar.

By The Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Nov 28 2022

The cause of an early morning brush fire Saturday remains under investigation said Nelson Fire and Rescue Services in a media release Monday.

Nelson Fire and Rescue Services said firefighters, two on duty and two on call, responded at approximately 1:22 a.m. to the report of a brush fire near homes and an apartment building in the 500 block of Second Street in Lower Fairview.