Police are looking for community assistance in identifying the vehicle/suspect in a hit-and-run collision in Rossland Saturday, according to area RCMP detachment commander Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.
He said police responded to an MVI at roughly 10:35 a.m., Feb. 20, at the intersection of Leroi Avenue and Monita Street,
Food and beverage producers will soon have more opportunities to grow their businesses while increasing food security in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary with the development of a new food hub with locations in Rock Creek and Greenwood.
Approximately 40-50 people stood outside the office of Nelson-Creston MLA Brittny Anderson Monday morning carrying signs to protest the provincial health restrictions instituted by the BC Government to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Community buildings in the Columbia Basin will see upgrades this year as part of the Trust’s Energy Sustainability Grants program the Columbia Basin Trust said in a media release.
Interior Health said in a media release that the COVID-19 community cluster in Fernie has been contained.
Interior Health said the final tally had 97 cases connected to this cluster declared January 31, with all confirmed cases now recovered.
Environmental concern from elements of city council was not enough to block approval of a temporary use permit for the construction of the latest ferry for Kootenay Lake.
An upcoming virtual town hall will give people from across the Columbia Basin and beyond a chance to touch base with Canadian negotiators, Indigenous Nations, local government representatives and others involved in current efforts to modernize the Columbia River Treaty.
While police don’t generally encourage the public to jump into the Thompson River this time of year, Kamloops RCMP members are pushing for one of their sergeants to get in there -- for a good cause, of course.