Yvonne Moore, born May 18, 1938, passed away unexpectedly October 30 2019.
Yvonne was a lifetime resident of Trail. Yvonne had an enjoyment of living and always saw the positive in every situation.
Yvonne never stopped learning, loved playing scrabble and adored reading a good book. She became computer literate when she was in her 70s.
By Paloma Raggo, for The Conversation
Whistleblowers put their careers, and sometimes their safety, on the line to protect democratic ideals and the public interest.
By Colleen Ross
Wine tasting season is not dead. I recently returned from a lovely weekend on Naramata Bench and everyone was in full action. The last of the grapes were being harvested, the crush pads were flowing with juice and the leaves were changing color. I don’t know what was more beautiful -- the wine or the views.
The fire at the Villa Motel has moved to the mop-up stage said Nelson Fire Rescue after confirming the blaze was extinguished as of 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon.
Nelson Fire Rescue Chief Len MacCharles said fire suppression tactics continued throughout the day after initial reports came in early Wednesday morning.
Calling all Pot Growers.
Kootenay cannabis producers have been invited to attend a free workshop on operational compliance, offered by Community Futures Central Kootenay (CFCK) and the Vancouver-based developers of the CertiCraft software system for craft growers.
Friday, October 25. 2019 marked the start of this year’s poppy campaign and remembrance season.
Leading up to Nov.11 poppy campaign volunteers will take part in defining what remembrance means for Canadians everywhere.
Notes: Rossland City Council Meetings, November 4, 2019.
I want to start by saying that it’s a great honour and privilege to be re-elected as the Member of Parliament for South Okanagan-West Kootenay. I’ll continue to work hard to live up to the responsibility of that position.
Remembrance Day will soon have Rosslanders gathering at the Cenotaph near our library to remember and honour all the lives sacrificed in wars. Now, our somber meditations on wars and their results will be enhanced – not only on Remembrance Day, but all year long for years to come – by the beauty of a new mural gracing the east-facing wall of the building next to the ceno
Kootenay International Junior Hockey League Commissioner Larry Martel said the league has started an investigation following a report of racial taunting by a player during Saturday’s game in Nelson between the Leafs and the Kamloops Storm.