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by RDKB on Tuesday May 12 2020

The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary wants residents in Westbridge, Beaverdell and Rock Creek to prepare for higher water levels in tributaries to the West Kettle River and possible flooding at low elevations.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday May 12 2020

Environment Canada has ended a Special Weather Statement for Southern BC, including the Boundary, Arrow and Slocan Lakes and West Kootenay.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday May 11 2020

Nakusp RCMP have requested public assistance for information after two dogs in the community of Burton disappeared from the owner’s yard (Tuesday) May 5.

Police received the report of the missing animals on Friday, May 8, from a from a Caribou Creek Road resident, who said the dogs disappeared from the yard at approximately 7 a.m. on (Tuesday) May 5, 2020.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday May 11 2020

In a media release Monday, the Interior Health’s Medical Health Officer declared an outbreak of COVID-19 illness has ended at a West Kelowna agricultural business.

by Bob Hall on Monday May 11 2020

The Selkirk College Saints have added a pair of players to its recruitment class that are expected to make an immediate impact on the team’s success.

Brad Marshall and Bekkam Willis have committed to the Saints program for the 2020-2021 British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) season, packing solid resumes of Junior A experience at both ends of the ice.

by Michael Jessen on Monday May 11 2020

 “There is a very strong feeling, I think, in many countries now that the existing systems, the old systems, just have not prepared us for this and haven't been working….what is happening now has never happened before historically. And it gives all of us a chance to create something new.” – Stephen Lewis

by Trail Champion on Friday May 08 2020

Trail RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a wanted man., according to a press release issued Friday morning.

The release said 36-year-old Troy Harry Tremayne is wanted province wide for failure to comply, assault, theft under $5,000 and (being) unlawfully in a dwelling, among other alleged offences.

by Contributor on Thursday May 07 2020

KIJHL Communications

As Angus Amadio moves forward with his education, he hopes to carry on in Grant Sheridan’s footsteps and encourage others the way Sheridan did and hopefully inspire and lead by his example.

It’s a reason why Amadio of the Beaver Valley Nitehawks is the first recipient of the Remembering Grant Sheridan Scholarship.