Featured Photo credit – Larry Doell
Columbia Power is a proud sponsor of the 2016 Rossland Winter Carnival, taking place January 28 through January 31st. Columbia Power representatives Matt Tonner and Geoff Coke and Rossland Winter Carnival organizers Tara Kowalchuk and Richard Reid fittingly posed in front of the Olaus Jeldness statue in downtown Rossland, the Norwegian miner who started the event in 1898. For more information about Rossland Winter Carnival visit: www.rosslandwintercarnival.com. From left to right Matt Tonner, Tara Kowalchuk, Richard Reid and Geoff Coke.
The Waneta Terrestrial Compensation Program provides financial support to projects that promote conservation and restoration through research, physical works,…
Continue reading The Waneta Terrestrial Compensation Program application deadline in January 31
Featured photo: (center) Jackie Lee-Son, Executive Director of the Mr. & Mrs. P. A. Woodward’s Foundation is joined by Donna Grainger, EKFH and Jan Race, Assistant Manager Diagnostic Imaging on a recent tour of the East Kootenay Regional Hospital
TMTVNEWS.COM, Cranbrook, BC… EKFH’s 8th annual Starlite Campaign is drawing nearer to a close however its latest gift couldn’t be more appropriately aligned to the campaign’s focus of supporting regional community health care programs.
Continue reading Mr. & Mrs. P. A. Woodward’s Foundation makes $27,925 Starlite Gift
B.C. Southeast District, Nakusp, Police Dog Services, Explosives Disposal Services (Provincial)
TMTVNEWS.COM – The BC RCMP Explosives Disposal Unit (EDU) attended Nakusp, BC on Monday evening and examined material found in a home. The EDU officers confirmed that the items found in the home were explosives.
Continue reading Nakusp B.C. man faces explosives charges after dynamite found in home
Since starting in 2000, Take a Hike has engaged with more than 350 at-risk youth in its three BC locations: Vancouver, Burnaby and the West Kootenays.
Continue reading Adventure-based learning helps at-risk students
B.C. Southeast District, Nakusp, Explosives Disposal Services (Provincial), Police Dog Services
TMTVNEWS.COM (RCMP) – The Nakusp RCMP has taken immediate public safety measure precautions and has evacuated two residences at a mobile home park in Nakusp. Nakusp RCMP officers located what may be explosives, during the execution of a search warrant at a residence early Monday morning.
Continue reading Explosives found in Nakusp BC home, residences evacuated
A record-breaking string of hot years since 2000 is almost certainly a sign of man-made global warming, with vanishingly small chances that it was caused by random, natural swings, a study showed on Monday.
Continue reading Record hot years almost certainly caused by man-made warming, study finds
Our first year of the Columbia Wetlands Waterbird Survey was a great success with participation from over 50 citizen scientists! Over 14,000 individual birds were counted during the spring migration surveys and over 40,000 individual birds were counted during the fall migration surveys! 43 high school students participated in fall migration surveys and 133 elementary students participated in outdoor birding field trips. Thank you to all the committed and hard-working volunteers!
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TMTVNEWS.COM, TRAIL, BC– The City of Trail is pleased to announce it has entered into a partnership with the Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy (CBAL), the region’s not-for-profit literacy organization, to provide free how-to classes for the City’s online payment system for utility bill payments, property taxes, Home Owners Grant claims and online (electronic) bill notifications. The free classes, to be held in January and February at Selkirk College and City Hall, will be based on the City’s How-to videos currently available on the City’s website and YouTube channel. CBAL will guide participants through a step-by-step process on how to use the online payment system.
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