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Drag show packs Christina Lake Community Hall

Drag show packs Christina Lake Community Hall

First-ever drag night for artisans society goes off without protest
Two people die in single-vehicle crash near Vallican

Two people die in single-vehicle crash near Vallican

The crash took place March 10 on Little Slocan Road
Castlegar senior loses almost $10K in phone scam

Castlegar senior loses almost $10K in phone scam

RCMP say 17 Castlegar residents have lost money to frauds so far this year
Nakusp’s Summit Lake Ski Hill had ‘two good weeks’

Nakusp’s Summit Lake Ski Hill had ‘two good weeks’

The volunteer-run hill has struggled without snow
Canada, U.S. agree to study transboundary water pollution concerns in Kootenay watershed

Canada, U.S. agree to study transboundary water pollution concerns in Kootenay watershed

Ktunaxa Nation governments have been seeking an International Joint Commission reference for over a decade
Living Lakes recruiting citizen scientists for West Kootenay lakes

Living Lakes recruiting citizen scientists for West Kootenay lakes

Be a citizen scientist and monitor your favourite lake by joining the National Lake Blitz
‘Debilitated by trauma’: Nelson aid worker returns from Israel-Hamas war

‘Debilitated by trauma’: Nelson aid worker returns from Israel-Hamas war

Paul Caney is a logistics co-ordinator for Médecins Sans Frontières
QUIZ: How much do you know about Ramadan and Islam?

QUIZ: How much do you know about Ramadan and Islam?

Ramadan, an important observance for Muslims around the world, begins on March 10
The tumultuous history of daylight time and the debate over its necessity

The tumultuous history of daylight time and the debate over its necessity

It was in 1784 that Benjamin Franklin first suggested the concept of time change
West Kootenay’s low snowpack reflects grim provincial picture

West Kootenay’s low snowpack reflects grim provincial picture

The spring snowpack is at an 8-year low