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U.S.–Canada coordinate ops to manage flood risk

Current snowpack levels across the Kootenay (spelled Kootenai in America) River Basin are above normal for this time of year, contributing to above-normal spring runoff forecasts on both sides of the border. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ current spring … > Read More

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Sleep’s Cabins let one unplug and relax

By Ian Cobb/e-KNOW A determined early spring breeze had the flames of our campfire dancing. Our drinks were cold in our hands but our knees were hot from snuggling beside the fire. The lake relentlessly pushed into the rocky shore, … > Read More

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Coffee thrown in woman’s face during domestic argument

Columbia Valley RCMP Report By S/Sgt. Marko Shehovac At 6 p.m. on March 27, a Columbia Valley RCMP Detachment officer, while attending to an incident at the Invermere and District Hospital, was directed by a doctor to injuries that he … > Read More

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U.S. and Canada coordinating to reduce flood impacts

Water managers and dam operators may exceed normal water level limits behind Libby Dam in western Montana in an effort to reduce flooding impacts along the Kootenai (Kootenay) River in Montana, Idaho and British Columbia, announced the US Army Corps … > Read More

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