John Boivin

SD 20 trustees won’t send Castlegar Grade 7s to high school

Board decides to install portables at two schools instead

Fast response buoys electric rickshaw plan for Rossland

More than half of fundraising goal met in a few days

Promoter fundraises for new Kootenay Country Music Fest

UPDATED: Travis Pangburn has de-activated the $150,000 Gofundme campaign

Storm prompts travel warning for Boundary, West Kootenay

Up to 25 cm expected on high mountain passes

Cops seize load of pot near Salmo

Traffic stop nets hundreds of pounds of cannabis

Home fuel tank fails, spilling oil near Nakusp

Officials say 700 litres may have escaped in the spill

Body found in car at bottom of lake near Needles ferry

Police say at this time no foul play is suspected

RED Mountain resort delays opening day

Lack of snow puts damper on start of season

Rapping mom busts rhymes for Castlegar rec centre kid’s drop-in

Funny video with important message about importance of service

New system to keep Nakusp-area snowmobilers, caribou from meeting

GPS tracking keeps caribou safe while opening up the backcountry for sledding

Weather warning for West Kootenay passes

Up to 20 cm expected to fall at higher elevations

November in West Kootenay saw only third of normal precipitation

Stalled weather system lingered over region

Basin economic snapshot shows Kootenay a mixed bag

State of the Basin report shows economic recovery from recession a slow go

West Kootenay ferry workers, employer reach settlement

Tentative deal ends ongoing threat of job action on Kootenay Lake ferry

Rossland bodybuilder tops podium, encourages more women to join sport

“It’s a love that I always come back to,” says Amanda Landry.

Solutions sought for Castlegar school overcrowding

Adding portables, moving Grade 7 students to Stanley Humphries among options

Rossland bodybuilder wants to encourage more women to join sport

“It’s a love that I always come back to,” says Amanda Landry.

New Denver battling influx of rats

The pest appeared in big numbers for the first time this summer

Rossland mulling solid waste, yard waste fees

After five years at same rate, council contemplates 10 per cent overall increase