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Taxes in the Arrow Lakes region of the Regional District of Central Kootenay going up by 1.9 per cent this year, pending board approval.
Nakusp boat ramp repairs completed, but permanent extension still awaits
Nakusp Options for Sexual Health clinic looking for someone to take over Kinsmen Health Centre so it can stay in its home of past 16 years.
Does Nakusp have potential for more winter tourism?
The Nakusp Community Radio Society has officially been given control of CJHQ — better known as 107.1 FM The Arrow in Nakusp.
Local group of forestry professionals signs agreement with Village of Nakusp to start developing plan for district biomass heating system.
Lisa Jepsen sentenced to 15 months in prison for causing Nov. 10, 2011, crash that killed Burton's Rita Sundstrom.
New Galena Bay to Shelter Bay ferry will begin on-water tests in the coming weeks as it prepares for maiden voyage on May 16.
The Nakusp & District Chamber of Commerce has unveiled its new website — one it hopes will be helpful both to local residents and tourists.
Sheila Seaton's car was badly damaged after it was crashed into in the Nakusp arena parking lot early Sunday morning.
The Nakusp Figure Skating Club held its year-end ice show on March 1, set to a Broadway theme this year.
Village of Nakusp looking to increase tax revenue by about $25,000 this year, meaning about a 2% tax increase.
Arrow Lakes Hospital Auxiliary donates $10,000 to help Halcyon House purchase new call bill system for its residents.
WorkSafeBC conducts investigation after four students and teacher are exposed to chlorine gas in metal shop.
Summit Lake held its club races on Sunday, with big turnout of over 100 racers & spectators out to have some fun on a cool winter day.
Enrollment in the Arrow Lakes School District is expected to decline again, but it’s the relatively small amount that has trustees smiling.
Health Canada regulations favour large corporations over small producers, say RDCK directors
A large crowd comes out to ask questions of BC Hydro and get answers on when the Nakusp boat ramp will finally be extended.
Village of Nakusp council begins budget deliberations with review by staff.
Paul Peterson follows lead of several colleagues by pulling Area K out of RDCK sustainability service.