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by Boundary Sentinel on Thursday Jul 20 2017

The Grand Forks Airshow 2017 has been a hit with the public as crowds lined the airport area to get a glimpse at the many acts on display.

The weather has been nothing short of perfect.

From Bud Granley flying his Harvard Aerobatic Performance to Anna Serbinenko Sky Dancer to the amazing Snowbirds Full Aerobatic Show, the Grand Forks Airshow 2017 gave the airshow enthusiasts...

by Contributor on Thursday Jul 20 2017

UPDATED:  Volunteers still needed

Seven Summits staff have been hard at work as volunteers, working on their own time, to get the red-roofed church ready for its new role by the start of the new school year. So far, crews of students, parents, and other community volunteers have pitched in to help, but there is still a lot to be done.  Painting, and lots of it -- it's a...

by Kyra Hoggan on Thursday Jul 20 2017

Former provincial Green Party candidate (for Richmond) and current minister of the Castlegar United Church Greg Powell is urging both city council and MLA Katrine Conroy to lobby to have Castlegar be the site of a pilot project designed to eliminate poverty by providing a basic income to all residents.

He said the concept was a key plank in the Green platform, and is now part of the...

by Contributor on Thursday Jul 20 2017

Premier John Horgan has pledged his ongoing support for the people and communities affected by wildfires in B.C.'s Interior, as the cabinet meets for the first time in Victoria.

"When we face difficult times, people and communities come together to help each other. Our government is stepping up our support of the people affected by the devastating wildfires in the B.C. Interior," said...

by City of Castlegar on Thursday Jul 20 2017

On June 9, 2017 the City of Castlegar issued a media release notifying residents that in 2013, the City of Castlegar went out to tender in order to construct the Millennium Natural Swimming Ponds project. This was a complicated project that involved optional pricing scenarios, water act approvals, archeological assessments, First Nation’s approval and monitoring of Columbia River Water levels...

by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Jul 19 2017

Seventeen riders took part in the inaugural Rossland Century road cycling event on Saturday, July 15, organized by Steve Langley. It was a trial run, and Langley was surprised that so many riders turned out for it. He says he wanted it to be "a very special challenge that would attract riders from outside the area, who want to test themselves against the long, grinding climbs...

by Sara Golling on Wednesday Jul 19 2017

Rossland City Council:  Public Hearing and Regular Meeting, July 17, 2017

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

Public Hearing:  Reducing the number of units designated to be built on Lot A at the Red Mountain base area.

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by David Suzuki on Wednesday Jul 19 2017

Of all the plastic products we use and take for granted, plastic drinking straws are among the most unnecessary. Designed to be used once and discarded, their only real purpose is to keep your mouth from touching a glass or ice. It made more sense in the days when contaminated vessels were more of an issue.

Now, there’s a movement to get people and businesses to ditch the straws. It may...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Jul 18 2017

It appears decisions regarding the 80-plus year-old FortisBC Administration building at South Slocan will be made the upcoming months said Nicole Bogdanovic Corporate Communications Advisor for the power & gas company.

Bogdanovic said the current administration building, which houses Generation staff next to the Kootenay River at South Slocan, will be vacated once the new ...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Jul 18 2017

Two seasoned MLA's from the West Kootenay have found a place at the cabinet table of John Horgan's NDP government following a ceremony at Government House in Victoria Tuesday afternoon.

Nelson Creston MLA Michelle Mungall, elected to the BC Legislature in 2009 and Katrine Conroy, first elected in 2005 from Kootenay West, are two of the 10 women named to the 20-minister cabinet...

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