Highway 3 Both directions – Road was closed for avalanche control in both directions, 30km west of Creston (Kootenay Pass) from 1:00pm to 5:00pm PDT Thurs May 4th. Road is now open. FOR UPDATES: DRIVEBC.CA
Continue reading TRAVEL ALERT FOR KOOTENAY PASS HIGHWAY 3 ENDED: Avalanche control complete
Are you cleaning up your yard and getting everything ready for spring blooms? Here are some home and garden safety tips…
Continue reading Backyard Safety Tips…many accidents happen at home
With warmer weather out, police are seeing the speeds increasing. Seven drivers were charged with excessive speed and had their vehicles impounded.
Continue reading Busy Weekend for West Kootenay Road Safety Unit
As the Selkirk College 50th Anniversary celebration year begins to wind down, a new book that chronicles the fascinating history of post-secondary education in rural British Columbia has been released and is now for sale.
Continue reading Selkirk College Releases 50th Anniversary Commemorative Book
The temporary closures of the Columbia River Skywalk and East Trail intersection have been extended to May 7, 2017.
Continue reading Trail BC’s Skywalk Temporary Closure, Extended to May 7, 2017
Slocan Lake and Kaslo RCMP Detachments have received reports of seasonal residences broken into over the winter and multiple items stolen.
Continue reading Several seasonal residences between New Denver and Kaslo broken into over the winter
David Suzuki visits Nelson and supports renewable energy David Suzuki met with West Kootenay EcoSociety on Sunday morning to talk about the transition to renewable energy and the role of local government. Over 100 people joined the conversation that took place at the Kootenay Coop.
Continue reading David Suzuki visits Nelson and supports renewable energy