Nelson Police Department would like to inform the public the missing man that was reported missing Wednesday, has been located.
Police gave few details regarding the man's disappearance, but would like to thank the public for their assistance.
Nelson Police looking for missing man
DriveBC website now shows Highway 3A/6 near the Beasley Fire Hall, closed Wednesday night and into early Thursday morning due to a two-vehicle accident, is now open.
Traffic through most of the night was forced to detour using Beasley Road while a police reconstruction assessement team viewed the accident scene.
Nelson Fire Rescue said the cause of the fire Wednesday in the pool area at the Villa Motel, meters north of the Big Orange Bridge, does not appear to be suspicious but remains under investigation.
People in Nelson will have the opportunity to participate in a consultation meeting to discuss the development of accessibility legislation for British Columbia the province said in a media release.
What has long been the calling card of the region’s underground economy is now looking for above-board validation in the budding of a new industry for Nelson.
Trail City Council has approved in principle to include “Jason Bay Field” at Butler Park, per the request of a local coalition comprised of Trail baseball and sports enthusiasts.
A city street sweeper mysteriously burst into flames yesterday, according to a press release issued by RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.
Yvonne Moore, born May 18, 1938, passed away unexpectedly October 30 2019.
Yvonne was a lifetime resident of Trail. Yvonne had an enjoyment of living and always saw the positive in every situation.
Yvonne never stopped learning, loved playing scrabble and adored reading a good book. She became computer literate when she was in her 70s.