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by Diane Kalen-Sukra on Thursday Apr 13 2017

The Village of Salmo is seeking public input on the use, function, and infrastructure in Salmo’s two community parks – Lions Park and Knights of Pythias (KP) Park.  A survey form is available online and at the Village office and ideas and suggestions are due by May 15, 2017. The Village intends to use the input to...

by Contributor on Thursday Dec 22 2016

A Cranbrook area property home to a wide variety of wildlife has been acquired by the Province, thanks to a partnership with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC).

The property consists of:

  • 0.6 hectares at Elizabeth Lake Conservation area near Cranbrook, which includes a bird sanctuary, hiking trails and wetland and shoreline habitat.

It is among four...

by Rossland Telegraph on Saturday Oct 22 2016

Don't be fooled.  Don't give out any information on the phone to anyone who calls up and claims to represent your credit card company.  Anyone from your credit card compoany does  NOT need you to give them any information about you or your card; they would already have what they need on file.  Anyone who calls up and demands (or requests) personal information about you or your credit card is a...

by Contributor on Tuesday Oct 11 2016

Credit unions are recognized as a force for positive economic and social change and have provided significant value in both developed and emerging nations.  On Thursday, October 20, 2016, credit unions and credit union members around the world will celebrate International Credit Union Day, an annual event to commemorate the credit union movement’s impact and achievements...

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 06 2016

Effective at noon Pacific Time on Friday (October 7), Category 3 open fires will once again be permitted in the Southeast Fire Centre, due to a decreased risk of wildfire.

Although all categories of open fires are now permitted throughout the Southeast Fire Centre, the BC Wildfire Service is asking the public to remain vigilant with any fire use.

Homeowners and industry personnel...

by Contributor on Tuesday Oct 04 2016

Conversations about food often include favorite meals and restaurants.  But in the Columbia Basin-Boundary food conversations are increasing and evolving, including discussions on local agriculture, food security, and related policies and plans. Food is a hot topic...

by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Oct 04 2016

West Kootenay Traffic Services reported Tuesday that a crash on Highway 3 east of Rock Creek at about 3:45 pm (the date was not specified, but the report was received early on October 4) took the life of the driver of one vehicle and resulted in serious injuries to the other driver, who was airlifted to Kelowna General Hospital. 

The crash happened near Meyers Road, east of Rock Creek...

by Contributor on Wednesday Sep 21 2016

The BC Hydro Ratepayers Association has filed for a Judicial Review of a fisheries permit related to the controversial Site C dam, arguing that the impact of the megaproject on the environment and on First Nations rights was not adequately justified before the permit was granted.

The permit or “Authorization”, issued in late August by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, “authorizes...

by Wildsight on Thursday Sep 01 2016

This summer, 15 youth from across the region tackled some of the most rugged and remote wilderness in the Kootenays on Wildsight’s six-day Go Wild Youth Leadership Adventure.

Led by Revelstoke’s Patagonia Ambassador and Pro Skier Leah Evans and Kimberley wildlife biologist and wilderness guide Dave Quinn, the team traversed both Elk Lakes and Height of the Rockies Provincial Parks....

by Letters to the editor on Wednesday Aug 24 2016

To The Editor:

Editors Note: This letter is in response to the following article: http://bit.ly/2bLDDvf

The Insurance Brokers Association of B.C. would like to respond to inaccuracies in your story of Aug. 18 entitled: “RDCK director pushes for rural fire insurance change.”

“’We have areas in the...

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