Nelson Hoops Association is hosting a basketball camp in November geared to promote coaching at the younger levels.
Organizers of Nelson Hoops Association said Anthony Luyken of Canada Basketball is coming to Nelson to facilitate a coaching clinic geared towards skills and drills for Grades 1-8.
“This (clinic) is geared towards new and inexperienced coaches such as teachers and parents, as well as seasoned coaches instructing younger age groups,” a Nelson Hoops Association spokesperson said.
Richard Cannings MP (South Okanagan—West Kootenay) - Last April and May two serious acid spills caused havoc in Trail, BC. Yesterday during Question Period, Cannings questioned the Prime Minister whether Transport Canada is properly investigating these incidents.
Cannings has also been in consultation with local officials in his pursuit to bring this important matter to the floor of the House of Commons.
The Trail Smoke Eaters battled their way from behind but eventually fell in overtime to the Wenatchee Wild by a 5-4 score on Wednesday night at the Town Toyota Center.
Owen Ozar collected a pair of goals and three points in his BCHL debut but it would not be enough as Trail battled back from a two-goal 1st period deficit with Lucas Sowder scoring the overtime winning goal and helping Wenatchee to a 5-4 victory in extra time.
The Trail Smoke Eaters Junior ‘A’ Hockey Club announced on Thursday that the team has acquired defenseman Powell Connor (’00) from the Chilliwack Chiefs while trading forward Levi Glasman (’99) to the Powell River Kings in a three-team trade.
To complete the three-team trade, the Chiefs acquired defenseman Nathan Kelly (’00) from the Kings.
Ootischenia Fire Department responded to a two-vehicle vehicle MVI involving a car and a pick-up truck at the intersection of Hwy 3 and Columbia Road at approximately 8:30 a.m. Tuesday morning according to Ootischenia firefighter Mike Pereversoff, who was first on scene.
Winter is coming – and with winter comes influenza season.
Interior Health in a media release urges the public to be protected against influenza, often called the flu, by getting your flu shot and preventing the spread of germs.
The City of Trail yellow parking fine collection box located on the corner of Cedar Avenue and Spokane Street in downtown Trail has been vandalized and stolen, according to a press release issued by the City of Trail.
Police have arrested a suspect in the break-in at the Royal Theatre on Sept. 5, according to trail RCMP top cop Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.
The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary has been recognized by the joint Provincial-UBCM Green Communities Committee (GCC) as a climate leader for achieving Level 3, the second highest level in a four-level program toward becoming fully carbon neutral.
Former Mayor Brian Taylor is back to lead Grand Forks for the next four years.
Taylor, who will replace incumbent Frank Konrad who did not seek re-election due to health reasons, defeated Everett Baker by 56 votes to win the municipal election Saturday. Taylor finished the race with 755 votes to 699 for Baker. Gary Smith was third with 94 votes.
Taylor, who captured 48.2 per cent of the vote is joined by incumbent councillors incumbents Neil Krog (769) and Christine Thompson (622).