John Boivin

Police call Appledale death a homicide

But few other details being released

Rossland council passes plastic bag ban despite legal questions

Appeal court ruling threw bylaw in limbo, but council voted to move forward

Search for missing Salmo motorcyclist called off for the time being

RCMP say no evidence of Cory McKay’s whereabouts was found Thursday

UPDATE: Mayor says plastic-bag ban bylaw will be delayed

Ruling throws bylaw in limbo, but Moore committed to moving forward

Anti-immigrant backlash confounds Kootenay economic development leader

Terry Van Horn says a program to bring skilled workers to the Kootenays is needed for business

From Castlegar to the catwalk: local man succeeds in fashion world

Kane Roberts says coming from a small town helps him survive in the global business

UPDATE: Police comment on search for missing Salmo man

Search crews seeking more infomation on Cory McKay

Rossland dog rescue group seeks foster homes

Animal group brings dozens of dogs a year here from Alberta

RDCK examines booking policy after backlash over religious event

Regional government to make sure groups abide by provincial discrimination and human rights policy

Recent rains fail to put dent in Kootenay’s water deficit

Total precipitation since March is only half of normal

Castlegar protesters crash controversial pastor’s sermon

First ‘Mighty Men’s Conference’ in Canada doesn’t go unchallenged

Fast charge electric station coming to Rossland

City included in roll-out of charges from Kelowna to the Kootenays.

At Kootenay seniors home, ‘Chicken TV’ enriches lives

Trio of chickens bringing unexpected joy to seniors at Castlegar residence

Pass Creek farmers encouraged to plan ahead to save animals

Firesmart info session planned for Monday, June 24 at Pass Creek Community Hall

Nakusp bust finds drugs, guns, stolen property

Woman released on promise to appear in court in October.

Trio of pot shops to open in Castlegar by July, owners hope

Each trying to find a way to stand out from the pack

Rossland boy finds human kindness sweet as honey after beehive destroyed

Family overwhelmed by kind offerings of strangers all across B.C.

Greens choose Rosslander to represent them in next federal election

Tara Howse is the former chair of Rossland’s Sustainability Commission

Castlegar police seek dawn home intruder

Man walked into house at 4 a.m., asks son about mother