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by City of Trail on Wednesday Aug 08 2018

The City of Trail has received $50,000 in funding from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) through the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP).

by Boundary Sentinel on Wednesday Aug 08 2018

The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary has been busy lately, filling key staff positions to better serve the public a media release said Monday.

The RDKB has filled six positions during the pasts two months — two general managers, two managers and two unionized staff.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Aug 07 2018

Interior Health Board announced Tuesday that Susan Brown has been appointed President and Chief Executive Officer, effective Oct. 29, 2018.

Brown replaces President & Chief Executive Officer Chris Mazurkewich, who earlier this year announced his intention to retire.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Aug 02 2018

Interior Health said on any given day, Kootenay Lake Hospital (KLH) welcomes one new baby into the world.

On (Tuesday) July 24, hospital staff went over and above the call of duty when there were six babies delivered in a span of 22 hours. In contrast, at Kootenay Boundary Regional in Trail four babies were born.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Aug 02 2018

Earlier this year it was the community of Glade getting a new cable ferry to replace its aging vessel.

In the fall it’s the area of Harrop/Procter that will see a new cable ferry carry more cars, trucks and commercial vehicles across the West Arm of Kootenay Lake as part of the provincial government’s Cable Ferry Replacement Project.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Aug 02 2018

It's never a bad idea to have an expert give free advice.

Which is why the Regional District of Central Kootenay (RDCK) is encouraging residents and property owners to participate in a free, professional FireSmart assessment of their home exterior and property.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Aug 02 2018

Patricia Henman of Nelson is one of five new members have been appointed to the BC Arts Council Board the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture said in a media release.

A native of Nova Scotia, Hennman, joins José Delgado-Guevara of Prince George, Phillip Djwa of Vancouver, Norman Armour of Vancouver and Simone Orlando of Kelowna as the recent appointees to the BC Arts Council board.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Aug 01 2018

The BC Community Bat Program in a media release is asking the public if they are more bats around your house or property?

If so, they are not alone as the mid-summer is the time when landowners typically notice more bat activity, may have bats flying into their house, and occasionally find a bat on the ground or roosting in unusual locations.

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