B.C. is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on a captive breeding program to protect spotted owls. With an estimated six of the owls left in the wild in Canada, all in B.C., that seems like good news. But while the program includes some habitat protection, the province is also approving logging in habitat the owl needs to survive.
The Kutenai has landed. Again.
More than 10 years after the multi-building, waterfront development stalled, the spectre of Kutenai Landing has arisen.
The Southeast District Major Crime Unit is investigating following the discovery of the bodies of two men on Saturday afternoon near Ashcroft.
On Aug. 17, Lytton RCMP frontline officers were called to a rural area north of Spences Bridge for a report that two bodies had been discovered at that location.
Competitors from Power By You in Nelson claimed medals at the recent Ogopogo Olympic Weightlifting Competition in Winfield.
Mallard’s Source for sports would like to salute the competitors and coaches as Team of the Week.
The group includes Coach Ali Popoff-Grypma, Ashlynn D’Alessandris, Jaydon Wouters, Jamie Rule, Coach Leo Grypma, Emily Taylor, Levi Taylor and Rolf Gosney.
The Water Smart Ambassador for the Regional District of Central Kootenay, Geneviève Bergeron, has been busy throughout the summer showcasing the recently developed Xeriscape Demonstration Garden located in Crescent Valley Beach Regional Park a few kilometers north of the Highway 3A/6 Junction in the Slocan Valley.
In the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League, players come and players go.
The Nelson Leafs invite some of those newbies beginning Friday for the team’s annual Training Camp at the NDCC Arena. The camp runs through Sunday with intra-squad games and off-ice sessions.
Join Robson Fire Fighters on and Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 as they host the fifth annual Firefighter Games in support of Muscular Dystrophy Canada. Be sure to attend this FREE family friendly event that will kick off with opening ceremonies at 11a.m Saturday at the Pass Creek Regional Exhibition Grounds!
In a media release Monday, RCMP issued another plea for the public to come forward with any information that may aid them in locating a missing Nakusp man.
A spike in thefts and a resulting backlash on social media have local police cautioning residents about taking matters into their own hands.
In a press release issued Monday, Trail RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich asked the public to remain vigilant, but to leave any punitive action to police.
George Hazard-Benoit has been found safe and sound after spending 30 plus hours in thick dense woods in the Lions Lake area in Mackenzie.
George was reported missing after he became separated from his mom while she and a friend were berry picking.
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