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CBT unveils new ten-year management plan 

The Columbia Basin Trust has released its new Columbia Basin Management Plan 2024–2034, focused on guiding the organization's future activities. Trust officials said the plan has a focus on health and resilience. "It has been inspiring to hear from so many Basin residents over the past year as we travelled the...

Elections BC helps residents get familiar with new electoral boundaries

Elections BC has an online tool to help residents get to know which riding they are in ahead of the 2024 provincial elections. Officials said this is particularly important in this election, as there have been some adjustments to electoral riding boundaries. Elections BC officials said you can enter your address...

Man killed in Highway 3A crash at Beasley

A single-vehicle incident near Nelson over the long weekend has claimed the life of a 37-year-old man visiting from Texas. A media release from the Nelson RCMP detachment states that the male was reported missing by his wife on Feb. 17, just before 11:30 p.m. after failing to return from...

Castlegar RCMP investigating rash of weekend thefts

Castlegar RCMP is investigating a rash of thefts that took place over the weekend. Police officials said multiple thefts from vehicles, two break-and-enters to residences and a theft of a vehicle were reported over the Family Day long weekend. "RCMP received complaints earlier Sunday morning after property owners discovered property missing...

B.C. government funds firefighter training hubs across the Kootenays

The B.C. government is providing funds to establish firefighter training hubs across the province, including all three Kootenay regional districts. B.C. government officials said these regional training hubs will support firefighter skill building while reducing travel time and costs. "Firefighters play a critical role in keeping people safe throughout our province...

Third Avenue in Trail closed Feb. 16-23 for sewer line repairs

Trail's Third Avenue will be closed to traffic and pedestrians tomorrow until Feb. 23 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. while crews repair a sewer line on the 1400 Block between Highway 3B and Robertson Street. The city says notices will be hand-delivered in advance with the date and times...
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