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Beaver Valley Nitehawks goalie Nathan Presley stopped 43 shots in a 4-0 loss to the Revelstoke Grizzlies on Friday. Photo: Stephen Piccolo

KIJHL: Revelstoke Grizzlies, Sicamous Eagles ground B.V. Nitehawks

Beaver Valley faces off against Kelowna Chiefs and Nelson Leafs this weekend

Beaver Valley Nitehawks goalie Nathan Presley stopped 43 shots in a 4-0 loss to the Revelstoke Grizzlies on Friday. Photo: Stephen Piccolo
Angler Kerry Reed landed this nice November bull trout on Kootenay Lake. Photo: Submitted

West Kootenay Fishing Report: The bite is on

A drop in water temperature means rainbows are coming to the surface

Angler Kerry Reed landed this nice November bull trout on Kootenay Lake. Photo: Submitted
L-R: Brooke Leathermanfrom the Kalein Centre and Trail Hospice chair Brenda Hooper navigate transfer of Navigate program to ensure Nav-CARE services will continue uninterrupted for all of West Kootenay benefit. Photo: Submitted

Hospice Society navigates care into West Kootenay communities

Trail Hospice ensures Nav-CARE program will continue to provide services throughout region

L-R: Brooke Leathermanfrom the Kalein Centre and Trail Hospice chair Brenda Hooper navigate transfer of Navigate program to ensure Nav-CARE services will continue uninterrupted for all of West Kootenay benefit. Photo: Submitted
An invested crowd of Rossland voters showed up to the RSS Gymnasium for the Candidates Forum on Oct. 5. Rossland’s elections official has released a report on 2022 municipal election. (Jim Bailey photo)

Rossland election report recommends electronic voting

Elections official Cynthia Anonuevo released the Election Officer Report at council Nov. 7

An invested crowd of Rossland voters showed up to the RSS Gymnasium for the Candidates Forum on Oct. 5. Rossland’s elections official has released a report on 2022 municipal election. (Jim Bailey photo)
For information on the proposed Lower Columbia Community Health Centre Network, visit: kootenayclinics.org. Photo: Canadian Press

Learn about the Lower Columbia Community Health Centre proposal

Group proposing new health centre to serve Rossland, Warfield, Trail, Montrose, Fruitvale, Area A & B

For information on the proposed Lower Columbia Community Health Centre Network, visit: kootenayclinics.org. Photo: Canadian Press
Canadian machine gunners dig themselves in shell holes on Vimy Ridge. Photo: Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada

Battle of Vimy Ridge in story and song on Trail stage

Brendan McLeod and the Fugitives presenting “Ridge,” a visceral music storytelling show about the momentous battle that shaped Canada

Canadian machine gunners dig themselves in shell holes on Vimy Ridge. Photo: Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada
“There are two separate surveys targeting different audiences and we are hoping to hear from as many members of the community as possible,” the city states. Image: Rossland.ca

City seeks insight on future of child care in Rossland

Visit the Rossland.ca and click on the “Have Your Say: Rossland Childcare Study” links

  • Nov 7, 2022
“There are two separate surveys targeting different audiences and we are hoping to hear from as many members of the community as possible,” the city states. Image: Rossland.ca
Before and after images of a grave marker in disrepair. Photos: Submitted

Columbia Cemetery monuments get new lease on life

Located in Happy Valley, Columbia Cemetery dates back to 1899

  • Nov 6, 2022
Before and after images of a grave marker in disrepair. Photos: Submitted
Heavy snow is expected for the Kootenay Pass to Paulson Summit tonight and continuing to Saturday. Photo: Jim Bailey

Heavy snowfall warning issued for West Kootenay

Environment Canada says as much as 25 cm of snow is expected to fall over the next two days

Heavy snow is expected for the Kootenay Pass to Paulson Summit tonight and continuing to Saturday. Photo: Jim Bailey
Trail Coat of Arms.

Trail moves up the hill for Oath of Office

Inaugural Trail council meeting will remain, as per procedural bylaw, Monday, Nov. 7

Trail Coat of Arms.
Jody Pistak, Vice President and Chair, Le Roi Community Foundation (right) presents their donation to John Sullivan, Secretary, KBRH Health Foundation. Photo: Submitted

Foundation donates $3,000 to seniors music program in Trail

Poplar Ridge and CVL are Interior Health facilities in the City of Trail

Jody Pistak, Vice President and Chair, Le Roi Community Foundation (right) presents their donation to John Sullivan, Secretary, KBRH Health Foundation. Photo: Submitted
Brenda Hooper, chair of the Greater Trail Hospice Society, invites all to Grief Support Training workshops. Photo: Jim Bailey

Greater Trail hospice course addresses loss and grief

“The pandemic has resulted in an increase in grief, both from death and changes in how we live.”

Brenda Hooper, chair of the Greater Trail Hospice Society, invites all to Grief Support Training workshops. Photo: Jim Bailey
Regional firefighter Mike Parsons encourages residents to upgrade carbon monoxide detectors this week. Photo: Submitted

Trail fire station offers free CO detectors, while supplies last

Replace old carbon monoxide detectors with free replacements while supplies last

Regional firefighter Mike Parsons encourages residents to upgrade carbon monoxide detectors this week. Photo: Submitted
Applications open for the new Rossland Yards building. Photo: Jim Bailey

Tenant applications open for Rossland Yards

The afforable housing building is expected to be ready for occupancy in March or April 2023

Applications open for the new Rossland Yards building. Photo: Jim Bailey
L-R: The Technical Advisory Group came together to help craft the RDKB Climate Action Plan, including Mark Stephens, manager of emergency management; Freya Phillips, senior energy specialist; Goran Denkovski manager of infrastructure and sustainability; and Donna Dean, manager of planning and development. Photo: Submitted

Kootenay Boundary regional district takes bold climate action

Regional District of Kootenay Boundary releases Climate Action Plan

L-R: The Technical Advisory Group came together to help craft the RDKB Climate Action Plan, including Mark Stephens, manager of emergency management; Freya Phillips, senior energy specialist; Goran Denkovski manager of infrastructure and sustainability; and Donna Dean, manager of planning and development. Photo: Submitted
The Grand Forks Border Bruins defeated the Nitehawks 3-2 in a thrilling shootout on Saturday at the B.V. Arena. Photo: Steve Piccolo

Border Bruins beat Nitehawks in epic shootout

Grand Forks vs Beaver Valley game decided after 24 players take aim in shootout

The Grand Forks Border Bruins defeated the Nitehawks 3-2 in a thrilling shootout on Saturday at the B.V. Arena. Photo: Steve Piccolo
Police caution locals that sunset will occur at 5:44 p.m., which means that most trick-or-treaters will be walking around neighbourhoods in the dark. Photo: Daniel Lincoln/Unsplash

Trail RCMP safety tips for a Happy Halloween!

Make sure your pets are safe and secure indoors for the evening

Police caution locals that sunset will occur at 5:44 p.m., which means that most trick-or-treaters will be walking around neighbourhoods in the dark. Photo: Daniel Lincoln/Unsplash
Photo: David Menidrey/Unsplash

Spooky safety reminders from BC Transit this Halloween

Halloween 2022 falls on a Monday this year

Photo: David Menidrey/Unsplash
Dan Horan slides out of the hack as Trail Retirees Curling began a new season at the Trail Curling Centre with six teams in play this week. Photo: Jim Bailey

Retirees curling back in the hack

Team Horan takes high-scoring match versus Team McKerracher in Trail Retirees Curling league

Dan Horan slides out of the hack as Trail Retirees Curling began a new season at the Trail Curling Centre with six teams in play this week. Photo: Jim Bailey
The 60+ West Kootenay Glacier Kings won gold at the 55-plus Games last month. <ins>Team members include: Andrew Kyle, Danny Abenante, Mike Grace, Doug Yee, Brent Petrick, Rob Wasylkiw, Dale Donaldson, Fred Paton, Mark Kucher, Rhys Andrews, Glen McRae, Larry Bomack, Al Ceccone, and Glen Campbell. </ins>

Greater Trail athletes excel at 55-plus Games

West Kootenay Glacier Kings capture gold with OT win over Victoria at 55-plus BC Games

The 60+ West Kootenay Glacier Kings won gold at the 55-plus Games last month. <ins>Team members include: Andrew Kyle, Danny Abenante, Mike Grace, Doug Yee, Brent Petrick, Rob Wasylkiw, Dale Donaldson, Fred Paton, Mark Kucher, Rhys Andrews, Glen McRae, Larry Bomack, Al Ceccone, and Glen Campbell. </ins>