Police Services releases decision on NPD’s Budget Request. Nelson Council and Police Board set to meet.
Continue reading Police Services releases decision on Nelson Police Department’s Budget Request
On March 4, 2016 two youth and one adult have been arrested in connection with the Feb 26, 2016 robbery at Pipers Store in Salmo.
Continue reading Two youths and one adult arrested in armed robbery case in Salmo BC
On April 19, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. members of the Trail & Greater District RCMP will be attending the Clothesline Event being held outside of Ferrarro Foods in Trail.
Continue reading RCMP to bring awareness on the issue of violence against women at Clothesline Event
Children’s safety is of the utmost importance to all of us, which is why drivers are required to stop when school bus lights are flashing.
Continue reading Government reviewing fines for drivers passing stopped school buses
To be clear…the snowmobilers are not being fined for their rescue, but are being charged under the National Parks Regulation Act for entering the park with motorized vehicles.
Continue reading Snowmobilers near Golden slapped with fine for entering National Park
From counting bats and family paddles to evening birds songs and tours of local farms, the Creston Valley Bird Festival has something for everyone.
FEATURED PHOTO BY Monte Comeau
Continue reading Creston Valley Bird Festival May 13-15
The Trail Regional Airport (TRA), proudly owned and operated by the City of Trail, continues to have successful landing rates during the challenging winter months.
Featured photo: Doug Alder
Continue reading Trail BC’s successful landing rates during the challenging winter months
The Christy Clark government awarded a 20 year deal to EcoTex Linen service to do laundry for hospitals in the Interior Health Authority. This is the same EcoTex that has donated more than $125,000 to the B.C. Liberals since 2005.
Continue reading NDP says; Christy Clark’s Liberals put corporate donors ahead of health care