John Boivin

Rossland reviews waste disposal system for the future

Public open house, online survey collecting residents’ views on how it’s working

Task force urges council to keep ice-making in Rossland arena

Study looked at various scenarios for the 80-year-old facility — but not demolition

Celgar says equipment failure won’t affect production next week

The chip dumper collapse on Oct. 6 is still under investigation

Progress reported in Arrow Lakes ferry talks

Will settlement come with new offer from company?

Cops make fentanyl bust in Castlegar

Over 280 pills among drugs seized

Rossland introduces new traffic bylaw

Right now it costs more money to write a ticket than the city gets from the fine, says a councillor

Federal candidates debate environmental issues in Castlegar

Few sparks and much agreement between candidates that action is needed

Repairs made to Rossland arena

Costly decision still needed on long-term repairs

Crash snarls Castlegar morning commute

One man taken to hospital with unspecified injuries.

Industrial accident at Castlegar’s Celgar pulp mill

No one injured when chip dumper collapsed; investigation underway

Slocan Valley fibre optic line progressing through permitting

But the completion date has been pushed back by about a year

‘It’s worse than the tech industry’: Facing barriers, women in cannabis meet for support

Informal networking get-together in Nelson lets women share their stories

Nakusp attempted “abduction” of student — maybe not?

Police find woman at centre of search, after investigation say no crime was committed

Two new doctors for New Denver

Hard work by locals pays off in attracting doctors to the community

Nakusp cops seek woman after attempted abduction

Four NSS students say woman in van approached them, tried to grab one

Watchdog report chides Interfor, government for logging road slide near Castlegar

Forest Practices Board says both could have done more to monitor and protect environment

September arrived like summer, left like early winter

Nice weather, if you’re a duck

Federal candidates’ schedules for South Okanagan-West Kootenay

A handy guide to when the candidates will be visiting our area

Say it ain’t snow! Early winter blast expected for Kootenays

It’s going to look like winter, and feel like winter, as Arctic air meets a wet coastal system

Wetlands Institute workshops coming to Rossland

Participants will learn about the care, feeding, and maintenace of healthy wetlands