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August 2018
By Sara Golling on Tuesday Aug 14 2018

Rossland City Council Meetings, August 13, 2018

Present:  Mayor Kathy  Moore, and Council members John Greene, Lloyd McLellan, Andy Morel, and Marten Kruysse.  Absent:  Aaron Cosbey and Andrew Zwicker.

By Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Aug 14 2018

Contemplating standing for election to your municipal Council this fall?  Come to this workshop and learn a lot.  Come to it even if you just want to be a better-informed voter.

By Letters to the editor on Tuesday Aug 14 2018

To The Editor:

By Timothy Schafer on Tuesday Aug 14 2018

There was no smoke or fire as the city took its final toke on the document that will legislate the use, production and sale of cannabis in Grand Forks.

City council passed final reading of the Zoning Bylaw amendment late last month that included several points pertaining to cannabis.

By Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Aug 14 2018

Columbia Valley RCMP along with Search and Rescue are currently searching for a missing person in the Jumbo Pass area after police received a call for assistance Monday, August 13, through a SPOT activation. 

Police said in a media release Tuesday that a group of six persons were hiking in the area when one member left for short walk by herself on Sunday, August 12.

By Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Aug 14 2018
By Contributor on Monday Aug 13 2018

In a media release Monday, the Southeast Fire Centre said since (Saturday) August 11, 2018, there have been 81 new wildfire starts in the Southeast Fire Centre, 19 of which are in the Columbia Fire Zone.

By RDKB on Monday Aug 13 2018

RDKB Emergency Operations Centre Update

By Regional District of Central Kootenay on Monday Aug 13 2018

The Regional District of Central Kootenay (RDCK) is continuing to monitor the McArthur Creek wildfire southeast of Salmo, as well as other existing wildfires in the region. In addition, the RDCK is assessing new wildfires to ensure that people and property are protected.

By Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Aug 13 2018

Wildfire smoke is now raising havoc across most of Western Canada as Environment Canada has issued a Special Air Quality Statement for BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan Wednesday.