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by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 22 2012

It takes a special kind of person to climb and ski two million vertical feet in 266 days.

Revelstoke-based ski mountaineer Greg Hill drops by as a special guest presenter at the sixth annual North Valley Mountain Film Festival on Saturday, March 3 in New Denver.

by Contributor on Tuesday Feb 21 2012

By: Jordan Bateman, B.C. Director, Canadian Taxpayers Federation

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) responded to Minister Kevin Falcon’s 2012-13 British Columbia Budget today.

by Contributor on Thursday Feb 16 2012

The organizing committee of the Grand Forks International GFI is pleased to announce that the Toronto Blue Jays will be a Bronze Star Sponsor of the 2012 baseball tournament. Exciting doesn't begin to describe the news of this sponsorship that is welcomed by the volunteers, fans and teams.

by Erin Perkins on Tuesday Feb 14 2012

Grand Forks RCMP caught a robber red handed after a citizen called them out for a robbery in progress at the Overwaitea in Grand Forks.

The call came in on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 10:48 p.m.. When the police got there the 51 year-old man from Grand Forks was inside the Overwaitea compound at the back of the store. Police apprehended the suspect and charged him with break and enter.

by Boundary Sentinel on Tuesday Feb 14 2012

The work of local film maker, Nik Green, will be one of the featured films at the upcoming documentary film festival in Grand Forks. Along with his feature, Rebuild filmed in Nova Scotia, Green's last year has been filled with shooting footage in the Boundary for three other films. 

by Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Feb 12 2012

Nelson Fire Department successfully contained a fire in the 400 block of Mill Street in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Just after 5:30 a.m., the Nelson Fire Dispatch received an emergency call reporting smoke coming from a neighboring residence.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Feb 09 2012

A tip from the community led to the arrest of two brothers for production and possession of marihuana after RCMP from Nakusp and Slocan Lake executed a search of properties near Winlaw Friday, February 3.

by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 08 2012

Columbia Power provided $1000 to the Trail Gymnastics Club to help the club restore their flooring with foam and carpet purchased from the Canadian Gymnastics Western Championship event last year.

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