Local News

Snowstorm called for the Kootenays

FortisBC advises electric customers to prepare for storm-related outages

KBRH on watch for bed bugs after two recent cases

Spokesperson Mandy Lowery says there has not been a bed bug sighting at KBRH since Dec. 8

Acid spills wipe out $789,000 Kootenay Boundary fire truck

Fire department maintains service levels despite loss of main work horse

Creston RCMP investigating forcible confinement and sexual assault

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Creston RCMP at 250-428-9313 or call Crime Stoppers

Charges pending in Rossland Avenue house explosion, fire

Sgt. Mike Wicentowich said the cause will be publicly disclosed in a few weeks

Avalanche Canada issues special public warning

Very weak layer buried under recent snow a cause for concern

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New chillers for Trail

The Trail Memorial Centre job, budgeted at $550,000 is mandated following a WorkSafeBC inspection

Gas leak backs up traffic on Rossland Avenue

Reports are a line ruptured at a home that is being torn down following a house fire earlier in May

RDKB receives funding for disaster response ‘work space’ in Midway

The work space and storage will be used by disaster response volunteers.

Trail RCMP take two drunk drivers off the road

The Greater Trail RCMP detachment began Christmas Counter Attack last weekend

Trail green-lights two more budding businesses

Pot retailers must comply with requirements set by the Cannabis Control and Licensing Act

Trail church asks families to tend the Christmas kettles

Volunteering teaches kids how to be generous of heart, if they can’t be generous of wallet

$200 reward offered for sax stolen in Trail

Band coordinator Terry Moon wants the baritone sax back, reward offered, no questions asked

Nelson Legion to sell its building to tech company

Traction on Demand will purchase the building while the Legion will lease space

Over $25,000 raised for Columbia Basin literacy

Success for 2018 Books for Kids campaign

  • Dec 11, 2018

West Kootenay highways a mess as heavy snowfall continues

‘Roads are very icy, people have to be patient and have to slow down’

Snowfall warning across the West Kootenay

A strong Pacific frontal system had Environment Canada issuing a snowfall advisory early Tuesday

Free senior fitness programs coming up in Trail

The free sessions start at the Trail Aquatic Centre in January for anyone aged 65 and older

Updated: Wanted man behind bars in Trail

Property stolen from the Kaslo area was recovered after Baker’s capture near Trail

Nelson allows marijuana dispensaries to operate into 2019

Medical cannabis dispensaries won’t be penalized for operating until their recreational applications are heard