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by City of Trail on Friday Dec 09 2022

Santa is on his way to Trail for tomorrow’s parade at 5:30 p.m., and we hope you’ll join us!  There’s a new route this year near Gyro Park.  

by The Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Dec 08 2022

A Nelson businessman is getting noticed on the social media video platform, TikTok during a visit to Europe to meet his daughter.

by Lone Sheep Publishing on Thursday Dec 08 2022

West Kooteany/Boundary residents should brace for another Snowfall Warning for the region.

Environment Canada issued the alert Thursday morning for Highway 3, Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass.

Snowfall amounts are expected between 10 to 25 cm beginning Thursday and into overnight.

by Lone Sheep Publishing on Thursday Dec 08 2022

Nelson RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in locating Michael Struthers, who is wanted on two unendorsed warrants.

RCMP said that Struthers is accused of two separate counts of assault causing bodily harm and is also the accused on multiple fraud investigations relating to selling Firewood on Facebook.

Struthers is described as the following:

by Timothy Schafer Local Journalism Initiative Reporter on Monday Dec 05 2022

There will be a rock under the Christmas tree for Nelson Hydro rural customers in the New Year as the city-owned utility has provincial approval to move forward with an almost 10 per cent rate increase Jan. 1.

by CBT on Monday Dec 05 2022

Whether residents need shelter from intense heat, or emergency personnel need to communicate during disasters, communities must prepare to cope with extreme events like wildfires and floods. Ten projects are helping to ensure that locations within the Columbia Basin are well equipped to do so, with support from Columbia Basin Trust.

by Boundary Sentinel on Monday Dec 05 2022

Normally, at this time of the year RCMP in Grand Forks are dealing with impaired drivers or accidents on slippery highways and streets.

However, during the afternoon of Thursday, December 1, 2022, a person came by the RCMP Detachment in Grand Forks to turn in some firearms and ammunition that they did not want — a realistic looking grenade. 

by Timothy Schafer Local Journalism Initiative Reporter on Sunday Dec 04 2022

You will likely have to hustle out of work a little early to catch the start of city council meetings after the elected officials voted to begin moving to an earlier start time.

City council passed third reading on Nov. 22 on a proposed amendment to the Council Procedure Bylaw that will change the monthly regular and committee-of-the-whole (COW) meeting time from 7 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.