Tyler Harper

SD8 considers moving Wildflower classes, REACH program out of Central School

The district says the building is set to operate over capacity in the fall

Internet famous: Abbotsford’s Kris Collins is a TikTok comedy queen

Collins has found surprise stardom alone with a phone

Winlaw artist Lou Lynn wins Governor General’s award

Lynn is among eight artists honoured throughout Canada

Six people died of overdoses in Nelson in 2020

Castlegar and Trail each had three deaths

VIDEO: Learning how to roller skate at Nelson’s youth centre

Weekly classes show the joy of life on eight wheels

BC SPCA seizes 40 sled dogs from Salmo kennel

The dogs were removed from Spirit of the North Kennels

School District 8’s Grade 7, 10 students to receive new laptops

The board of trustees voted in favour of a $750,000 plan

For B.C. seniors in care, it’s been nearly a year of isolation to combat COVID-19 outbreaks

COVID-19 isn't 'blowing in through the window,' so how does B.C. put a stop to care home outbreaks?

Nelson Leafs coach disappointed by province after KIJHL season scrapped

Mario DiBella says he wishes health orders had been handled differently

Nelson sports groups: Early closure of Civic Centre ice is red flag

The RDCK has lost approximately $48,000 by keeping the Civic ice open this season

First-time grad rate holds steady in School District 8

The pandemic didn't negatively impact Grade 12 students last year

VIDEO: Wednesday Roundup

Bill and Tyler get right into it on this week's super hot roundup

Proposal to build new Kootenay Lake ferry in Nelson

The plan is already receiving pushback from nearby residents

Timber companies swap management of controversial Ymir watershed

Fruitvale's ATCO Wood Products is now overseeing Quartz Creek

Trial of man accused of shooting RCMP officer near Argenta in 2019 begins

Harry Richardson is facing five charges in a Nelson courtroom

Nelson Police: 802 mental-health related calls in 2020

That accounts for 12 per cent of total calls for service

UPDATED: Nelson Hydro: Wind storm caused unprecedented damage to infrastructure

We've added updated timelines from Nelson Hydro

School District 8 schools to pilot student tracking cards for buses

Students in Salmo and Crawford Bay will be issued the tech

Nelson Legion receives $10,000 in federal COVID-19 assistance

The funds will help the Legion pay its bills during the pandemic

The trials of Edmund Bodine: How a Kootenay woman’s parents defended Japanese officers during the Second World War

The forgotten details of the Doolittle Trial resurfaced in a book published last year