Liz Bevan

Montrose water quality policy reviewed

“I noticed that the policy hasn't been revised since January of 2011.” - Councillor Rory Steep

Real estate prices remain stable in Greater Trail

The average price of a house in Trail is around $184,000 for 2014 – almost half the national average.

Montrose council supports hospital access

“They will probably develop (the north side) into more parking, and there will also be an easier route for an ambulance.” - Councillor Steep

Montrose council responds to concerns over plowing and snow banks

“Some of the older ladies drive smaller cars and they can't see. The banks are getting a bit high for them.” - Councillor Rory Steep

Cancer fight hits the snow in Slopes for Hope

Help fundraise by skiing Red Mountain or Black Jack

Patrice Gordon: Rossland nurse back to work

the Rossland native was cleared to return home following two months of fighting the Ebola virus in West Africa.

Waneta Dam project nears finish line

The $900 million-project began in January, 2011 and employed 400 workers daily at its peak during the course of construction.

Warfield council weighs in on lights and hospital

The Village of Warfield is looking into LED street lighting and supporting Trail in a second access road to KBRH.

Despite quiet season, SAR crews stay prepared

Even though they've only had two calls this season, Search & Rescue stays busy with training exercises to stay ready for emergencies.

Homegrown singer eager for big show in Trail

Lisa Nicole to perform Friday at Charles Bailey Theatre

Secret of life – veggies and independence

Celebrating her 100th birthday, Rose Taylor looks back at the changes that have occurred over the last century.

Seniors calendar a big hit in Beaver Valley

Seniors in the Beaver Valley have raised over $6,000 with their Old Hollywood-themed calendar.

Income inequality highest in Rossland: report

“My suspicion is that (income inequality) is being driven by the high number of professionals.” John Buttle, Selkirk economics instructor

Warfield parking bylaws up for review

In light of snow build up and need for plowing in front of businesses, the new amendment would end long-term parking.

Lack of cabs in Trail evident on New Year’s Eve

Police report few problems on the road

Kootenay job creation up in 2014

The Kootenay Development Region created 3,100 jobs last year, but those numbers aren't translating into opportunities for job hunters.

KBRH welcomes Greater Trail’s first baby of 2015

Paisley Amy Peet weighed 7 lb, 6 oz when she was delivered at 9:01 a.m. on Jan. 2.

Big crowd for New Year’s dip in Columbia River

Hundreds of people gathered at Gyro Park beach the morning after ringing in the new year to plunge into the 2ºC water.

Winter swimmers take a dive into the Columbia River

Over 100 swimmers ran into the river at Gyro Park Beach

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.