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“Seniors live life with multiple and increasing chronic health conditions.” ~ Lisa Pasin.
There’s no way into Fort Shepherd now that Teck has shut its gate to the motorized public.
“It’s not super highly productive, but there are people around shopping for homes.” ~ Ron Allibone
Conservation Officer Sprado counts this year as a rather quiet cat season with the only one documented in the Trail area so far.
A new centralized FortisBC facility will not impact local staffing, according to the company.
Oasis resident expected to foot bill on assessment of property and leaning tree, group to gather at public meeting tonight
“Getting 300 or up to 310 is fantastic news.” ~ Greg Luterbach, superintendent of schools.
Lost seniors’ services will be mourned when the Society for the Protection and Care of Seniors hosts its annual vigil outside the hospital.
Vote for your favourite name at the City of Trail's website.
VISAC Gallery and J. L. Crowe Secondary present Joost Winckers’ Art Students Showcase
Outfitting all of the schools in the district with a defibrillator is coming to fruition.
“We are serviced by an airline that makes every conceivable effort to get passengers in and out of the area.” - Don Goulard
“The better handle we have on what enrolment is going to be next year, the more refined our budget projection can be.” ~ Luterbach
International student program studied
“We are deeply saddened by this loss and our thoughts and condolences are with his family and friends.” ~ Don Thompson, Red Mountain
Warfield residents interested in municipal politics are asked to step up to fill a vacant position on village council.
Phase 1 of the overhaul will see the dilapidated face removed and rebuilt; the property landscaped, and an outdoor staircase added.
The proposed Kootenay Operations Centre would consolidate operations for Warfield and South Slocan.
The price of produce, like cauliflower and citrus, has skyrocketed recently due to bad weather ruining crops.
Local search and rescue is attributing an increase in calls to the high snowfall, and braces as the forecast calls for more.