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By DriveSmartBC on Sunday Jan 31 2021

One of the more frequent vehicle equipment complaints that I receive is about headlight glare. I am told that they are horrendous to an oncoming driver and it is hazardous to be driving because they are blinding. Drivers want to take their eyes off the road or look to the side to avoid them. Are they legal?

By Contributor on Saturday Jan 30 2021

The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League’s (KIJHL) Revelstoke Grizzlies have ceased operations for the remainder of the 2020/21 season after members of the organization tested positive for COVID-19.

By Rossland Telegraph on Friday Jan 29 2021

Court records have revealed the name of a man who allegedly breached Rossland City Hall armed with a bow-and-arrow and other weapons. Twenty-four-year-old Matthew Ponka has been charged with two counts of carry/have in their possession  weapons/firearms, once count of mischief, one count of forcible entry and one count of  possessing weapon for dangerous purpose.

By Contributor on Friday Jan 29 2021

In a media release Friday, Kootenay Lake School District 8 said it is seeing first time grad rates maintain at 78% for the third year in a row according to Ministry of Education Completion and Graduation rates for the 2019-2020 school year.

By Bob Hall on Thursday Jan 28 2021

In a world of rapid change, Dr. Sarah Breen is working to ensure rural British Columbia is included in research and equipped with the knowledge to flourish into the future.

The BC Regional Innovation Chair in Rural Economic Development (RIC) was established in 2006 with the goal of developing regional capacity, economic diversification and support provincial/national networks.

By Contributor on Thursday Jan 28 2021

Ensuring that young people and Canadian employers have the supports they need to succeed and stay strong is key to driving our communities forward as we begin economic recovery.

By Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Jan 28 2021

Environment Canada issued a Winter Storm Warning Thursday for the Boundary, West Kootenay and Kootenay Lake, including Highway 3, Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass, due to a frontal system moving into southern interior B.C.

By The Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Jan 28 2021

As all junior hockey players in BC, including the Nelson Leafs of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League, patiently wait to get the green light from provincial health officials to re-open play in the current stalled season due to the coronavirus COVID-19, Mallard’s Source for sports takes another look back a few decades at the 1974-75 Nelson Junior Map

By Contributor on Wednesday Jan 27 2021

Honourable Marc Garneau

Minister of Foreign Affairs Canada

House of Commons

Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6

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Honourable Katrine Conroy

By Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Jan 27 2021

Interior Health has identified an additional ten cases of COVID-19 linked to a community cluster in the Fernie area since the cluster was declared on Jan. 27.

Since Jan. 1, 2021, a total of 91 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in this region and 60 cases are currently active.

Most of the transmission occurred at recent social events and gatherings.