Some trails will be longer, get upgraded surfaces, or have new bridges or benches.
In 17 communities, 26 projects are improving trails, supported by Columbia Basin Trust. In addition,16 organizations are receiving Trust funds to offer 38 trail-crew jobs.
December’s cold weather seems like a distant memory as temperature have warmed considerably for January the latest weather synopsis from the Southeast Fire Centre revealed.
Growers, processors and cannabis marketers all say a new business in the south Slocan Valley will be a ‘game changer’ for the cannabis industry in the West Kootenay.
About 50 people showed up for an open house a week before Christmas at Antidote Processing Inc., a new facility at the junction of Highways 6 and 3A in the South Slocan Valley.
City of Trail Mayor and Council have been receiving inquiries after the release of a news story highlighting an RCMP investigation into one of its Trail-stationed members who had shared his controversial political views through a satirical YouTube channel.
The Trail Smoke Eaters have acquired forward Max Potvin from the Powell River Kings in exchange for Remy Spooner and future considerations.
Potvin, a 19-year-old left-shot forward, is in his second season in the BCHL. This season Potvin has recorded 18 points in 27 games.
A sound storm is on the horizon this month in Rossland, where Blizzard Music Festival is once again bringing top talent to the alpine city.
The community of Nelson is still reeling from the tragic news that a constable with the local city police force was killed in an avalanche near Kaslo Monday afternoon.
RCMP said officers were called at approximately 12:23 p.m. to a report of an avalanche near Goat Range Provincial Park, located north of Kaslo.