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John Horgan Tied for Most Popular Canadian Premier
According to a new poll from the Angus Reid Institute, 52% approve of Horgan's performance so far.
Local Wildlife & Conservation Groups Band Together to Form 'Kootenay Wildlife Coalition'
With their combined resources and support bases, the Coalition hopes to target real awareness and change.
Fort Steele Couple Named BC's 'Outstanding Young Farmers'
Sacha Bentall and Tyler McNaughton received high recognition for their "Cutter Ranch" and will head to a national competition later this year.
College of the Rockies Named 2018/18 PACWEST Volleyball Championship Hosts
The College of the Rockies Avalanche have been selected to host the 2018-2019 PACWEST Volleyball Championships.
Canadian Wireless Providers to Sync With National Public Alerting System
Mobile emergency alerts are soon to be implemented across Canada with a touch of a button.
Kimberley Evens KIJHL Conference Final With 5-2 Win Tuesday Over Nelson
The Kimberley Dynamiters have made the best-of-seven KIJHL Kootenay Conference Final a best-of-three series after a 5-2 win in Game 4 Tuesday against the Nelson Leafs.
Sparwood Council Approves Standardized, Bear-Resistant Garbage Bins
The new bins are expected to reduce human-wildlife conflicts and make pickup more efficient.
Westside Legacy Trail Receives $500,000 Grant from Rural Dividend
The trail connecting Invermere and Fairmont Hot Springs is just one of several projects in the East Kootenay to receive funding.
Potential Flooding Risks Across Cranbrook as Temperatures Rise
The City of Cranbrook is kicking off their spring monitoring of local lakes, creeks, waterways, and reservoirs.
Cranbrook's Dawson Rutledge Wins 'Artist of the Year' Award
The local signer was one of a few musicians to be honoured at the Kootenay Music Awards.
More Education Needed on Back Country Recreation Use: Conservation Officer Service
Particularly in the Elk Valley, many areas have seen repeated compliance issues in 2017.
Village of Canal Flats Introduces New Logo and Casts Optimistic Vision
The Village of Canal Flats has adopted a new identity, image, and vision for the community for years to come.
Nelson Leafs Steal Game 3 From Kimberley Dynamiters to Take 2-1 Series Lead
The Nelson Leafs have a 2-1 series lead over the Kimberley Dynamiters in the KIJHL Kootenay Conference Final following a 4-3 win Monday in Game 3 of the best-of-seven series.
Vehicle Damaged by Falling Rocks in Kootenay National Park
RCMP says drivers throughout the Kootenays need to be careful over the course of this spring.
Spring Highway Maintenance Underway Across East Kootenay
Mainroad East Kootenay is asking drivers to be mindful of workers and potential hazards.
Fernie Arena Will Be Repaired This Year Without Hockeyville Funds
Mayor Giuliano says she was shocked Fernie did not make the Kraft Hockeyville Top 4, but plans to fix the Memorial Arena are going ahead anyway.