“Life isn’t perfect, of course, but we all know it’s how you react to things that counts.” – Landon Donovan
The story of climate change needs a rewrite.
The narrative we’ve been hearing and reading about since the late 1980s has fallen on too many deaf ears and blinkered eyes.
New regional adaptation strategies are being developed to help Kootenay and Boundary agricultural producers prepare for climate change.
A shift to a new parking program has afforded delinquent drivers a one-time opportunity to come clean with outstanding tickets chief financial officer, Colin McClure told City Council Monday.
Every day we make decisions to protect our health. Whether it’s choosing fruit and vegetables, taking the stairs, or biking to work, we’re constantly making choices to live a longer and healthier life.
One simple choice you can make today is to test your home for radon gas.
Local MLA Katrine Conroy is reminding everyone in the West Kootenays that the deadline to register and vote in the referendum on electoral reform is fast approaching.
The Trail Smoke Eaters got goals from Mack Byers and Braeden Tuck but could not find their way past the Interior Division leading Merritt Centennials, falling by a 4-2 score on Saturday night at the Nicola Valley Memorial Arena.
Not since 2013 when current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau travelled through the Kootenays has a leader of a Federal Party stopped in Nelson.
Saturday, Jagmeet Singh, leader of the NDP toured the Heritage City before holding court in front of a crowd of supporters during the Kootenay-Columbia nomination meeting for MP Wayne Stetski at the Nelson Curling Club Lounge.
One person was taken to hospital following a single-vehicle accident west of Nelson on Highway 3A near Taghum Shell Sunday afternoon.
At approximately 1:30 p.m., a Dodge pick-up truck appeared to locked up its brakes while travelling west on Highway 3A 10 kilometers west of Nelson before crashing into the cement barrier and coming to rest on its roof.