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by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Jul 23 2019

RCMP have issued a warning to the public Tuesday to be on the lookout for two teens from Port Alberni believed to be involved in the double homicide of Chynna Noelle Deese, 24, and Lucas Robertson Fowler, 23 and a suspicious death in northern B.C.

"Given these latest developments, Kam and Bryer are no longer consider missing," the RCMP media release said.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Jul 22 2019

The operator of a motorcycle was medevacked to hospital Monday afternoon following highway accident on Highway 6 in Crescent Valley.

The accident happened shortly after noon when the operator collided with a truck on Highway 6 near the Crescent Valley Fire Department.

by Trail Champion on Monday Jul 22 2019

It would appear someone is trying to send a message to Trail City Hall, but it's not clear exactly what that message would be, according to Trail top cop RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.

by City of Trail on Monday Jul 22 2019

The City of Trail Parks and Recreation Department will welcome Dave Loverock, the Vice President of Jet Ice Limited, to Trail as a guest instructor for the Recreation Facilities Association of British Columbia (RFABC) Arena Ice Maker Course taking place on July 25 and 26 in the Trail Memorial Centre.

by Trail Champion on Monday Jul 22 2019

On June 26, 2019, Corporal Steve McKeddie joined the Trail and Greater District Detachment RCMP as the third operational supervisor.  Corporal McKeddie has 16 years of service and transferred to Trail from the Langley Detachment.  Corporal McKeddie has also served with the RCMP overseas in a South Sudan UN Mission and at the Burnaby Detachment RCMP.  Corporal McKeddie came to Trail, BC, to purs

by Contributor on Sunday Jul 21 2019

On Sunday, July 28, a Buddhist minister will bless a new monument commemorating Japanese Canadians cremated at Slocan during the internment era.

The cedar post replaces a similar monument that has been in place at the east end of village’s cemetery since 1986. The original memorial on the site was created by the Slocan Buddhist Mission Society 75 years ago.

by Timothy Schafer on Friday Jul 19 2019

New plantings and building materials have been restricted in the new regulations passed to move the city closer to becoming more resistant to wildfires.

by Boundary Sentinel on Thursday Jul 18 2019

During its June regularly scheduled board meeting, Regional District of Kootenay Boundary board members endorsed the new Responsible Conduct Guiding Principles Policy/Code of Conduct for RDKB elected officials.