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Heritage structures are physical reminders of our communities’ pasts. They may represent community-defining businesses that have come and gone, or early ways of life that no longer exist.

On June 17 at approximately 6:30 p.m., the Castlegar RCMP responded to a call regarding a dog that had been thrown from a car window, according to RCMP Sgt. Laurel Mathew.

The on again, off again, Balfour Water System Upgrade is, well, on again after Balfour residents voted in favour to borrow money to upgrade the local system.

Christine Alison Archibald was born July 22, 1986, in Trail, BC.  She died in London, England, on June 3, 2017.  Chrissy was predeceased by her grandfather, Gerry Archibald but is survived by her fiancé, Tyler Ferguson; her parents, Barbara and Gregory; her sisters, Kathryn (Sean) and Caroline (T

Regional News

The recent dry spell hovering over the province has prompted the BC Wildfire Service to remind the public that a Category 3 fire prohibition is in place throughout the Southeast Fire Centre's jurisdiction.

“Repulsive” is the reaction from Regional District of Central Kootenay Parks Operation Supervisor Cary Gaynor to the report vandals earlier this month painted a set of swastikas along a public access road to Morning Mountain Recreation Site located west of Nelson.

“It’s always alarming when graffiti of this kind is found,” Gaynor told The Nelson Daily.

Aviation buffs will want to put Revelstoke on the summer holiday agenda as the city and plans to roll out the red carpet to host the Canadian Forces (CF) Snowbirds this July 25-26th.

The event, in partnership with the Columbia Shuswap Regional District, is in celebration of Canada 150.

“We are extremely excited to host the CF Snowbirds this summer, Director of...