The navigational lock at the Hugh L. Keenleyside Dam will be closed starting at 4 p.m. on Sunday, September 29th. The lock will reopen at 8 a.m. on Monday, October 14th.
It took a long time for Slocan’s Donald Currie to load up the car for the return trip home from the BC Senior Games held last week in Kelowna.
The veteran track star dominated the oval track en route to winning, wait for it, seven gold medals in the men’s 85-89 division at the 2019 BC Senior Games.
Students, children, parents and everyone from the public is invited to the Climate Strike set to begin in front of City Hall in Nelson Friday, September 20 at approximately 10:30 a.m. Friday.
The event is part of a massive coordinated strike from school to protest government and business inaction on climate change.
On September 12, 2019, officers from the local RCMP detachment tracked down a truck reported as stolen from the Red Mountain Ski Resort. The truck was owned by a contracting company working in the area, and was equipped with GPS – which provided live updates on the truck’s location and made finding the stolen vehicle much easier.
This notice is to advise you of changes to the discharge rates from Arrow Lakes Reservoir that will take place on Friday, Sept. 13 and Saturday, Sept. 14:
Teck Trail Operations announced today completion of the new No. 2 Acid Plant, a $174 million investment in the long-term future of Trail Operations.
There’s a new online source for people seeking easy-to-understand information on climate change specific to communities throughout the Columbia Basin and Boundary regions.
From the deaths of 30 horses at California's Santa Anita Park this racing season to last month's raid at Vancouver's Hastings Racecourse by the Canadian Border Security Agency (CBSA), the sport of kings is taking a beating this summer.
And once again it seems either the whistleblower or law enforcement is placed on the hot seat.
Emanuel Sequeira, KIJHL Communications Manager
On the eve of the upcoming 2019-20 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season, the league decided to recognize the impact former president Bill Ohlhausen had on the league and the impressive legacy he left.
A legacy that sees the KIJHL’s Okanagan Division renamed after him.
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