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The Nelson Cycling Club has teamed up with the Urban Systems Foundation to help make improvements to the Rosemont bike park.
Crowds gathered in Kaslo for the May Days celebrations which included the annual Logger Sports.
Sustainability and student needs were the focus of the Kootenay Lake school district budget passed last Tuesday.
Nelson-Creston MLA Michelle Mungall went to bat for local arts groups in the Legislative Assembly earlier this week
Slideshow: Youngsters practice up for the Dance Umbrella show next weet at the Capitol Theatre
Bear sightings in Nelson and area caused by the presence of bear attractants have been leading to conflicts between people and bears
With the proposal deadline for the Civic Theatre looming at the end of this month, the group dedicated to restoring it has been hard at work
Mycologist, farmer and forester Peter McAllister gives a presentation at the environmental conference held at L.V. Rogers on the weekend.
One of Nelson’s artists has been given an opportunity at some great exposure, but it’s all in the spirit of helping children.
The Kootenay Lake Outdoor Skate Park Society have launched a new fundraising campaign to collect the final amount to reach their goal.
April was 20 per cent wetter than normal, according to stats from the weather office at the Southeast Fire Centre.
Young and old came out over the weekend to take in the West Coast Amusements carnival at the west of Baker Street.
Slideshow: Children flooded Lakeside Park Saturday to kick off a new season of soccer.
The Nelson Gyro Club is encouraging the community to save their pennies for a fundraiser that aims to help out friends and families.
An area of town once neglected will be receiving extra attention through a restoration project aimed at recreating a natural ecosystem.
Spray foam was found in a number of parking meters Thursday morning
Hume Elementary students had a special treat Tuesday morning as members of the BC Lions gave a presentation that would excite and educate.
Ever since a new pilot project began at L.V. Rogers high school a few weeks ago, more students have been visiting the doctor
Police say a house that burned Saturday morning in Taghum had a grow-op in the basement.
With donations and grants pouring dollars in for the outdoor skate park, the project looks to be well on the way to becoming a reality