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Andrew Duncan was the Green candidate for Kootenay West. Photo: Submitted

A post-election message from Green Party candidate Andrew Duncan

Andrew Duncan was a Green Party candidate for Kootenay West in the provincial election.

Andrew Duncan was the Green candidate for Kootenay West. Photo: Submitted
Team LeMoel held on for a close victory over Team Fines in Week 2 of the Kootenay Savings Super League Curling on Thursday at the Trail Curling Club. Photo: Jim Bailey.
Team LeMoel held on for a close victory over Team Fines in Week 2 of the Kootenay Savings Super League Curling on Thursday at the Trail Curling Club. Photo: Jim Bailey.
Author and activist Desmond Cole will the keynote speaker at an Oct. 23 event being put on by Selkirk College’s Mir Centre for Peace and School District 8. Cole is the author of the bestselling book The Skin We’re In: A Year of Black Resistance and Power, which was released in January. Photo: Kate Yang-Nikodym
Author and activist Desmond Cole will the keynote speaker at an Oct. 23 event being put on by Selkirk College’s Mir Centre for Peace and School District 8. Cole is the author of the bestselling book The Skin We’re In: A Year of Black Resistance and Power, which was released in January. Photo: Kate Yang-Nikodym

West Kootenay Farms to Friends extends to end of December

Volunteers delivering fresh local produce every week to low income families and seniors

Books for Kids celebrates 10 years in the Kootenays

Fundraiser supported by BP Media, Blue Sky, Trail Times, credit unions and other local businesses

New leader at Habitat Southeast B.C.

Elaine Pura is taking over the role of executive director, effective Oct. 1

Selkirk College international students get helping hands from Korean moms

We Care K-Moms have been shopping and delivering food to new arrivals

20th Anniversary Cops for Kids Ride one for the history books

Mounties overcame obstacles to wrap up their charity commitments

Kootenay mom turns COVID lockdown into positive action

Take a Hike runs from the Kootenay Columbia Learning Centre in East Trail

New City of Trail bylaw officer

Calvin Heighton joined the municipal team at the end of August

Excitement grows over fall fishing in Kootenay Lake

As the lake begins to cool rainbow trout move towards the surface and become very active.

Kootenay Savings shines light on importance of Arts

The new sound equipment is much lighter and user friendly for ease of set up.

Trail, Rossland residents learn to adapt dementia strategies

Alzheimer’s Society offers webinars to help cope with dementia

Cohort structure announced for KIJHL season

The league will play a 30-game season without 100 Mile House, Spokane and Beaver Valley

New leader for Kootenay tech association

KAST is a recognized leader in regional economic development through technology and innovation

Grazie Tutti! to Nelson, Trail and the Kootenay Boundary

The Nelson Italian-Canadian Society completed with nearly 450 online sausage orders

Kootenay Toadfest hops online

Sessions are Aug. 26 and Aug. 27

Selkirk College makes masks mandatory for students, staff

Masks will be required at every Selkirk campus

Slocan Valley musician touched many lives

Friends miss her joy in music, passion for life, gift of spirit, and many pearls of wisdom.