Year: 2014

Start the new year with a splash
The New Year's Day polar bear swim begins January 1 at noon followed by hot chocolate for chilly participants.

Liz Bevan / December 31, 2014

Local mayors look forward to busy 2015
“...moving to complete major issues coming forward from the previous administration will be the number one priority.” - Mike Martin

Sheri Regnier / December 31, 2014

Smokies energized after break
The Trail Smoke Eaters ended a nine game losing streak in decisive fashion with a 7-3 victory over the West Kelowna

Jim Bailey / December 30, 2014

Gifts await first baby of 2015
Allana Ferro and the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital Auxiliary are already planning a gift for the first baby born in 2015.

Staff Writer / December 30, 2014

Avalanche warning remains in effect
An avalanche warning for most inland regions including the Kootenay-Boundary is in effect until later this week.

Local Submission / December 30, 2014

2015: the year of climate adaptation
Forget whether your SUV is causing climate change. It's time to prepare of mega-fires and water conflict with the U.S. Pacific Northwest

Tom Fletcher / December 30, 2014