The changing colour of leaves is one of the most beautiful aspects of the fall season, but it comes with an onerous task: raking them up once they’ve fallen.
The latest chapter in the sn̓ʕaýckstx (Arrow Lakes/Sinixt) people to reclaim status in Canada will play out beginning Thursday (October 8, 2020) at the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa.
Hey, Halloween fans! The City of Trail will miss celebrating with you at our annual downtown Spooktacular event. But fear not fellow goblins, we haven’t ghosted you.
According to the common myth a cat is able to endure, continue, or survive despite a near encounter with death or disaster because cats have Nine lives.
The McCuaig family cat Dottie, definitely has a few more left after a Sunday evening encounter with a cougar in Nelson.
The Nelson and District Credit Union is joining with Columbia Valley, East Kootenay Community, Grand Forks, Heritage and Kootenay Savings Unions to fund an exciting online gift certificate marketplace designed to support our local small business community.
The Regional District of Central Kootenay (RDCK) Community Services continues to work on getting facilities open to the public.
The most recent announcement by the RDCK said staff and management are working towards a return to aquatics with the opening of indoor pools in Castlegar, Creston and Nelson targeted for Tuesday, October 13th.
Adhering to social distancing rules set down by health officials in BC during the COVID-19 pandemic, Nelson’s Fridays for Future joined fellow activists around the world at a climate strike Friday at Lakeside Park.
A day after the Dr. Bonnie Henry, BC's provincial health officer province announced 98 new COVID-19 cases in the province, and two more bringing the total in the Interior region to 522, Interior Health sent out a media release declaring an outbreak of COVID-19 at Calvary Chapel Kelowna.