Want to get theatrical? The Gold Fever Follies has begun a search for actors, especially those with singing and dance skills, for the 2019 show. Interested people need to sign up for a time slot to audition, by contacting Lisa Henderson. Scroll down to see the text contents of the auditions poster; more information is also available below – keep reading!
Residents of Harrop and Proctor are a few weeks away from taking trips Kootenay Lake on a new vessel, after the Harrop II was launched Saturday into the water at the landing located 25 kilometers north of Nelson and eight km south of Balfour.
RCMP confirmed Monday evening the body of a 24-year old man was recovered following a tragic avalanche on Mount Brewer near Invermere Saturday, January 12th.
RCMP said the man was recovered after a search involving the RCMP Underwater Recovery Team. Two men, father and son, from Calgary died in the avalanche.
The Selkirk College maintenance department closed out 2018 with a glimpse into the future by adding a new Chevrolet Bolt EV to its fleet.
Flying a state-of-the-art unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) high above rugged rural terrain to collect survey data is a part of Selkirk College alumnus Alexandre Landry’s profession that will never grow old.
For those who don’t already know about it … the Rossland Range Recreation Site is a large area used (for free!) by skiers, boarders, snowshoers and some fat bikers in the wintertime, and by hikers and cyclists in the snow-free season.
Interior Health is advising Trail and area residents that the Waneta Primary Care Clinic remains open, with nurse practitioners (NPs) Lori Verigin and Chelsea Van Vliet providing day-to-day primary care for local patients.
Two people will be appearing in court after a drug raid Wednesday saw police seize drugs, cash a weapon, according to Trial RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.
With several months left in this year’s influenza season, Interior Health reminds the public it’s not too late to get the flu shot.
The mineral exploration and mining sector has long provided good middle class jobs for Canadians. Across the country, Canada’s mining sector directly and indirectly employs 634,000 Canadians, including over 30,000 in British Columbia alone. These jobs are critical for supporting our strong economy and communities throughout Canada.