The Golden-Field RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a person.
A team of local researchers are monitoring bat populations in BC using bat detectors as part of the North American Bat Monitoring Program (NABat).
Featured Photo: Courtesy of Juliet Craig – Training course for NABat Researchers: Bat researchers from BC improving their skills at a training course.
In our constituencies of Nelson-Creston and Kootenay West, rural schools are facing closure and districts are charging parents for basic services such as busing
Teamwork Media TV Inc. – Cranbrook— The Opposition Standing Committee for Agriculture and Food heard from farmers, ranchers, and food security advocates that the government has a responsibility to work in partnership with the food community to improve the conditions required to promote local food.
The City of Nelson, BC Parks, and the RDCK are working together to update wildfire protection planning.
They are experts in reading the rapids and anticipating the unexpected, but rafting companies on the Kicking Horse River near Golden, B.C. say they are struggling to keep their heads above water.
Interior Health has launched a new, confidential toll-free number to report the mistreatment of older adults.
Interior Health has begun implementing measures in emergency departments to improve overdose surveillance and arm those at risk with naloxone, a life-saving drug that can reduce the risk of brain damage or death, from future opioid overdoses.
Following reports of a high survival rate for kokanee eggs planted into the Kootenay Lake spawning channel at Meadow creek and additional fry releases, the Province has launched a comprehensive action plan to guide the ongoing recovery of local kokanee stocks, Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Steve Thomson announced today.
A cold unstable airmass over the Mountain passes combining with moisture off the Pacific resulted in showers turning to wet snow on the Kootenay Pass, Highway 3, Salmo to Creston highway this afternoon.