NPD is asking for public assistance in locating a Nelson man missing since early June.
Darwen Greyeyes, 55, was last seen at 9:30 p.m. on (Sunday) June 4, 2017.
RCMP Senior Media Relations Officer Annie Linteau says the search for missing Crawford Bay teacher Alvin Dunic remains a mystery.
Linteau said members from Nelson Search and Rescue as well as Swift Water Teams from Kimberley, Oliver/Osoyoos and Penticton searched Crawford Creek this week again with no success.
The City of Grand Forks announced Wednesday it has reached an agreement with its union workers following two days of bargaining.
Mayor Frank Konrad said the agreement with CUPE Local 4728 is for four plus years.
“I’m pleased that everything worked out so well, and I’m very happy with the results for the corporation and CUPE members," Konrad said in a media release.
The educational pathway for students at Selkirk College’s Kootenay Studio Arts (KSA) is an individual journey that results in a creative collection of final projects. On June 23 and 24, students from five studios will showcase their concepts, designs and skill-sets at the annual KSA Year End Show & Sale.
Grand Forks City Park is the place people can meet Saturday (June 24th) at 10:30 a.m. to participate in the ‘Step Into the Light’ walk for women’s health.
The past few months have been very trying for a Grand Forks family.
Kyla Hermsen’s two-year-old son Brian spent four weeks in hospital after becoming ill from eating raw cookie dough made from the same Robin Hood flour that was part of a national recall.
“Nothing has changed . . . my son is still recovering,” Hermsen told the Boundary Sentinel recently.
The Nelson Police Department would like to make something specifically clear — the police force does not solicit money from the public through direct or through a third party.
Cst. Alain Therrien said in a media release Monday Nelson Police would like to send out an alert regarding the latest scam that targets the public.
Last Friday afternoon the House of Commons adjourned for the day with a rare event—a unanimous vote in favour of a private members bill from an opposition party. Bill C-211 instructs the government to create a federal framework to better deal with post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.