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Trail and Greater District RCMP are looking for two individuals involved in an alleged theft from vehicle and assault, according to detachment commander Sgt. Mike Wicentowich. "On Oct. 20, at 4:27 a.m., Trail and Greater District RCMP received a report about two Trail men who had been...
To The Editor: For many years and more so in recent months, the BC Truck Loggers Association has called for a collective vision for forestry in our province. Earlier this month, we renewed the call and asked the BC government to facilitate the way forward, as a matter of urgency. Forestry has...

Regional News

In the evening hours of Oct. 19, 100 Mile RCMP received a 911 call reporting what sounded like gunshots in the industrial area of the community.

Police responded and located a person who had succumbed to their injuries. Police are investigating how the person died and the circumstances leading up the incident.

Evidence at the scene supports...

A Nelson woman is proving that you can fight city hall.

Taryn Joy Marchi sued the City of Nelson for negligence following an injury in 2015 and could have the eyes of the nation on her when her case returns to the Supreme Court of Canada.

The higher court judges ruled Thursday that the city owed Marchi a “duty of care” with its snow removal practices at the time, and that a new...

The region’s potential new backcountry skiing destination will reveal all in a virtual open house Thursday night.

Zincton will host the open house (register online at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_o8qxMOrcQTa8QRpc2umQDw) with formal proposal...

When Christine Lauzon picked up a Lotto Max ticket for the September 28, 2021 draw with her pack of peanuts, she never imagined her spur-of-the-moment decision would result in her winning the massive $70-million jackpot.

“I just thought, ‘Why not buy a ticket?’” Lauzon said. “I have definitely dreamed about it but I never thought it would actually happen. You never think it’s going to...

During the month of October, ICBC and police are launching a pedestrian safety campaign to urge pedestrians and drivers to stay safe as crashes involving pedestrians nearly double at this time of year.

Nearly half of all pedestrian fatalities occur between October and January as the weather changes and daylight hours decrease — in the Southern Interior, on average, 150 pedestrians are...