The Village of Nakusp invites proponents to submit proposals for a new 4×4 Water Tender Fire Apparatus.
As part of Interior Health’s overdose emergency response, the Take Home Naloxone program has expanded to 70 sites which includes: all Interior Health emergency departments, public health centres, mental health and substance use offices as well as several community agencies.
Many residents along the east shore of Kootenay Lake were without power last evening as a powerful windstorm hit Sunday afternoon.
The City of Trail and local non-profit agency, Natural Control Alternatives Society (NCA), are once again providing two communal bear-proof garbage bins for public use, available now until late fall.
Cranbrook RCMP partnered with the Conservation Officer Service to save approximately 15 turtles from life in captivity.
The Oxygen Art Centre is excited to be hosting Mexican artist, César Damián as the artist in residence for the month of August. Damián is a visual artist who uses photography as a departure point for the creation of experimental installations.
The British Columbia government is committed to making changes to the modified collector vehicle program to allow specialty cars and trucks, up to and including 1974, into the program.
The Creston RCMP is investigating an incident which occurred last Sunday on a Forest Service road, where a 9 year old boy was run over after falling off of a flat deck trailer. The boy is recovering from his injuries.
If anyone has info about the vandalism that occurred to BC Wildfire Service radio communications equipment at Thompson Mountain (near Creston, B.C. in the Southeast Fire Centre), please contact local RCMP or call Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222-TIPS.
A 52-year-old-man was arrested at his home in Wynndel BC, north of Creston in the West Kootenays after reports of a man pointing a gun at passing motorists.