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by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Feb 12 2020

Wednesday, Nelson joined many other locations across Canada in protesting arrests of people participating in a blockade of the Coastal GasLink pipeline in northern British Columbia by members of the Wet’suwet’en Nation.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Feb 11 2020

A Slocan Park man received the thrill of a lifetime when he went to cash in his Luxury Crossword XIII Scratch & Win ticket recently at the Slocan Valley Co-op.

Michael Kooznetsoff said machine wasn’t the only thing that froze.

“I couldn’t believe it – I started shaking and almost dropped to my knees,” Kooznetsoff said in a BC Lottery media release.

by Boundary Sentinel on Monday Feb 10 2020

An off-duty officer’s awareness led to the arrest of a man wanted Canada-wide for parole violations said Sergeant Chad Badry in a RCMP media release Monday.

by Letters to the editor on Monday Feb 10 2020

Dear Editor,

As I write this, patients are travelling long distances for consultations with specialists. Many of these journeys, for simple face to face meetings are made even though the required workup has been completed and the results forwarded.

by RDKB on Sunday Feb 09 2020

Kootenay Boundary Regional Fire Rescue (KBRFR) has received $6,591 worth of high-powered LED flashlights from Retriev Technologies in Trail to assist firefighte

by RDKB on Friday Feb 07 2020

Today the BC River Forecast Centre released the latest Snow Survey and Water Supply Bulletin, showing higher-than-normal levels for both the Boundary and West Kootenay snowpacks.

by City of Trail on Friday Feb 07 2020

The City of Trail (the City), with input from Interior Health (IH), recently concluded a comprehensive engineering evaluation pertaining to the construction of a second access road to the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH).

by Nelson Daily Staff on Friday Feb 07 2020

Environment Canada has issued a Snowfall Alert for Highway 3, including Paulson Summit and Kootenay Pass with snowfall amounts expected between of 20 to 25 cm.

Environment Canada said expects snow to begin over the Coquihalla Summit near midday and then spread to Kootenay Pass Friday afternoon.