The Outlaws claimed the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League (RMLL) Championship series at home this weekend. The Timberwolves fell to the Outlaws in two games, in a 13-7 loss on Friday, and a 14-6 loss on Saturday.
Castlegar’s Eric Reid and Dustin Perepolkin each scored 4 goals, and Brian Martin from Genelle contributed 2 goals. Salmo’s Cale Seftel and Rossland’s Alex Forshaw and Mitchell Bowman each added 1 goal to the series total. That was not enough to stay ahead of the Outlaws in a Championship series that saw both teams deliver a solid effort.
Police have called off the search for a missing Salmo man, Cory McKay, but say they will continue the investigation into his disappearance, according to Salmo top cop Cpl. Darryl Orr.
He said the search was suspended on July 11 at 11 p.m., after search efforts failed to locate McKay.
Details of the search:
· 1,400 square km of airplane searching;
· 30 km of lake shoreline searching by helicopter;
· 70 search and rescue volunteers
· 2,100 man hours of searching by foot, vehicle, quads and UTVs;
The city will be looking to try out a temporary crash diet later this year in an attempt to wean Nelsonites off of single-use plastics.
A resolution has been passed in council chambers Monday night to work with the Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce and other local groups in order to establish a single-use plastics free period, as well as defining what those plastics might be.
In a media release, the B.C. government said it has allocated another $1,413,349 in Community Resiliency Investment program grants to eight local governments and First Nations communities in the Southeast Fire Centre to help support wildfire risk reduction projects.
These grants are part of a second round of 44 grants distributed province-wide from the program's first application intake.
They are in addition to the more than $6 million in funding provided to 85 municipalities, regional districts and First Nations throughout British Columbia in May 2019.
Betty was very quick of wit, usually quite agreeable and very funny. She was gentle, accepting, and supportive and she rarely took crap from anyone. She always had a ready response.
Her kindness and generosity of spirit usually stopped her from giving voice to unkind sentiments. She could always see the positive side of things. Further, either she was a terrible back-seat driver or she was surrounded by very bad drivers.
The jury is still out on that one.
The Slocan Valley is going green! Green energy, green economy, that is.
Silverton’s Village Council has passed a resolution to transition to 100% renewable energy no later than 2050, joining New Denver and Slocan in their commitment to a cleaner, healthier, safer community and a stronger economy for the Slocan Valley.
Silverton Village Council made the decision at their July 9 meeting.
Selkirk College instructor Doris Hausleitner finds happiness in discovering and recording the everyday patterns of mysterious creatures that dwell in the isolated terrain of our region.
The Fort Shepherd Conservancy Area will open to the public for the 2019 season for limited recreational use excluding motorized vehicles, ORV’s, and hunting. Located just six kilometres south of Trail, the area is enjoyed by locals who fish, hike, ride horses and picnic on the property.
Salmo RCMP continues the investigation to locateCory McKay. McKay has not been seen since June 18, 2019 at the Castlegar Shell gas station. Please see photo of Mckay, below, with the motorcycle he was believed to be driving when he was last seen. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Cory McKay is urged to contact their local police, or remainanonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or by leaving a tip online at www.crimestoppers.net
The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary now owns Lot A, Hospital Road. The 130-acre (53- hectare) property is within the City of Trail and located above the McKelvey Creek Regional Landfill. Securing the property will create additional buffer between the landfill and other properties, and ensure that the existing trail network between Miral Heights and Sunningdale remains intact and available for local recreation.