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City approves new Baker Street lights

A public survey picked a new design last month

Downtown market moving back to Baker Street

City council voted to partly relocate the weekly event to the 600 block of Baker

Granite Pointe planning property development

The golf course will sell off land to help turn around financial losses

Douglas-fir beetle infestation is a provincial crisis: expert

Gerald Cordeiro says a local infestation near Nelson is only the start

Second ammonia leak at Nelson Curling Club

Nelson Fire and Rescue says it was a minor event

Baker Street businesses oppose proposed market relocation

The weekly Wednesday market could be moved back to Baker

LVR students hold 24-hour climate change sit in

It's the third event organized by students this year

Here we go again: Mamma Mia! set to open at the Capitol Theatre

The ABBA-inspired musical runs Thursday to Sunday

Nelson Reflections win at synchro provincials

Nelson's synchronized swimming team triumphed at the Jean Peters Provincial Championship

Company granted leave to appeal Lemon Creek charges

Executive Flight Centre won a decision in the BC Court of Appeal

Nelson to hire climate change co-ordinator

The new position is being funded by a $125,000 grant

Glacier Gymnastics big winner in annual grant funding

Columbia Basin Trust doled out $1.4 million in grants to the regional organizations

Kaslo bus fueled by vegetable oil to begin service next month

Mountain Man Mike's will run routes to Vancouver and eventually Edmonton

Nelson council scraps banner, flag policy

Non-profit groups will no longer be able to use the signage

Nelson city council support draft caribou recovery plan

Council voted in favour of the provincial, federal plan last week

Nelson shuttle company shuts down

Queen City Shuttle and Charter closed Monday

Too tired to live: A Blewett woman’s struggle with myalgic encephalomyelitis

Tashia Weeks wants to get the word out about the disease

Franco, Martinez slug it out at Fight Night 6

Nelson's Elias Martinez lost to Portland's Santiago Franco in the main event

Honey bees to make a home at Hume School

City council has approved a planned hive for the school

City to give Nelson Curling Club up to $30K

The money will go toward fixing the club's ice plant