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by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Apr 26 2021

Cleanliness wasn't next to Godliness for a Surrey man captured by police while bathing, according to Trail RCMP Const. Sherri Karns.

by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Apr 26 2021

Rossland bears might have a better sense of humour than previously thought, as evidenced by last week's RCMP press release.

by Contributor on Monday Apr 26 2021

The Kootenay Boundary Physicians Association (KBPA) has commissioned a massive mural to be painted on the north and west wall at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH) Trail by local Kootenay muralist Tyler Toews of Canadian Murals.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Saturday Apr 24 2021

Rodney Cawston, Chairman of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation (CCT) and the Sinixt (sn̓ ʕaýckstx) Confederacy, said Friday was a day for celebrating after the Supreme Court of Canada ruled in favour of Rick Desautel’s protected right to hunt in British Columbia given his people's historic ties to the region.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Apr 22 2021

For the second time in less than a week, Nelson Fire Rescue & Services responded to a grass fire, this time one that was out of control and threatening a home on Granite Road.

by Trail Champion on Wednesday Apr 21 2021

There are all kinds of suspects on the Kootenay crime scene, as Trail police were reminded in early April.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Apr 21 2021

Sunday's wild windstorm was not only a shock to the system for many homeowners dealing with downed trees or lighting candles due to power outages, but also to passengers and staff manning Kootenay Lake Ferry system.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Apr 18 2021

Nelson Hydro said that Granite Road residents, near Georama Road, and Balfour Golf Course are the latest to see power restored as crews continue to repair lines following Sunday’s massive windstorm.

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