In a media release Friday, the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Emergency Operation Centre (EOC) said Boundary residents will see river levels rise on (Friday) May 1 by midnight, then drop slightly after the weekend and start to rise again next week as temperatures again increase.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of a reliable food supply and has increased the demand for locally grown products.
To help Columbia Basin food producers meet this call, Columbia Basin Trust is introducing two new programs: one that provides loans for operational and equipment needs and one that provides wage subsidies to hire workers.
Environment Canada said a vigorous cold front over southeastern BC will move out of the province this morning with snow expected at Kootenay Pass and Rogers Pass.
Snow should ease at higher elevations on Highway 3, as well as TransCanada Highway for Rogers Pass, with 5-10 cm possible.
Every season is a new beginning as golfers change a grip, stance or swing in an attempt to perfect that silly game of hitting the small white ball from a tee box and into the cup on the green.
In a media release Thursday, the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary said the watch continues of rivers as they move toward peak flows anywhere from seven to ten days from now, depending upon weather.
An alleged assault in downtown Trail has led to the arrest of two men, according to a press release issued by Trail RCMP top cop Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.
A man wanted in multiple jurisdictions in the United States was arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Ashcroft B.C. Tuesday morning.
Add the Nelson Queen City Cruise as the latest event in Nelson to be run over by COVID-19 pandemic.
Nelson Road Kings president Marcello Piro made the announcement Wednesday that the scheduled 2020 show set for September 11-12 in Nelson has also been cancelled.