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By Boundary Sentinel on Friday Jan 31 2020

In a media release Friday, the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary said it has received a $2,364,012 Low Carbon Economy Leadership Fund – Organics Infrastructure Program grant to expand the Grand Forks Regional Landfill composting program.

By Contributor on Thursday Jan 30 2020

In the last few weeks British Columbia has experienced some record low temperatures and snowfalls.

Although some British Columbians are thrilled with the conditions at the ski hills many folks who are experiencing homelessness find this weather to be a life-threatening challenge.

By Timothy Schafer on Thursday Jan 30 2020

Invasive plants in the Central Kootenay are on the endangered species list.

The regional district has approved funding for the creation of a regional strategy for invasive species management.

By John Horgan on Thursday Jan 30 2020

There was a time, not long ago, when the idea of what counted as “women’s work” was much more limited than it is today.

When I heard about a young machinist from Delta, B.C. named Chelsea, I wanted to learn more about her path into the trades.

By Sara Golling on Wednesday Jan 29 2020

This week’s Op/Ed piece by Professor Henry Giroux asks us to “stand up for democracy.”   Sounds like a good idea – but how can we best do that?    

Being well-informed

By Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Jan 29 2020

More than 150 athletes from throughout the Kootenay Zone came to Nelson to compete in the annual Judges Cup Gymnastics Competition at the Glacier Gym Club.

Nelson was very well represented in all divisions of the competition.

The Judges Cup was the first major competition of the season for the Glacier athletes.

By Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Jan 29 2020

More than 150 gymnasts from throughout the Kootenay region took to the Heritage City Saturday to compete in the annual Glacier Gymnastics Club Glacier Judges Cup competition.

The event attracted 154 gymnasts from Castlegar, Trail, Invermere and Nelson competed in 15 Skill level categories.

By Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Jan 29 2020

For those people driving electric vehicles in and around the Heritage City, there’s a new place to get all charged up.

Friday, in the parking lot of the Nelson and District Community Complex, FortisBC and the City of Nelson celebrated the opening of Nelson’s first publicly available direct current fast-charging (DCFC) electric vehicle (EV) station.

By Castlegar Source on Tuesday Jan 28 2020

Over 150 Cadets and Officers from all 12 East and West Kootenay units meet this past weekend to engage in friendly sports and fitness competition.

By Castlegar Source on Tuesday Jan 28 2020

Columbia Valley RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing Invermere resident.