Will Johnson

Warm hearts on a cold night

Annual Nelson Coldest Night of the Year earns $47,000 for Room to Live.

Cypher culture hits the Kootenays

Visiting dance group Project Soul inspired kids to unleash inner breakdancer

Welcome to the Rosemont penny arcade

Multi-age school project will be unveiled to the public on March 7.

‘The world is waiting for you to be yourself’

Gemma Luna will perform at the upcoming Kootenay Music Awards.

Italian Society finds home at Rod and Gun Club

$100,000 going to a new commercial kitchen in the Nelson venue.

Does Nelson need a new parkade?

Downtown has dire shortage of parking, solutions being discussed.

Where did the money go?

The Star breaks down how SD8 spent its $503,000 in teacher funds

‘I’m not on the road, I’m in the valley’

Dirt Floor musician Sean Cameron sits down with the Star.

Kootenay festivals are flourishing

Executive directors optimistic about continued growth.

Nelson ponders youth centre micro condos

City manager visited Kelowna to investigate construction boom of tiny suites.

Not your average pixie

New Touchstones exhibit features the work of Slocan Valley artist Tanya Pixie Johnson.

A Whole lot of community

The Vallican Whole community centre aims for inclusivity.

Wait till you hear Carmina Burana

Epic concert coming to the Capitol tonight and tomorrow.

Meet the Whitewater avalanche squad

Whitewater Ski Resort has more than 20 people on their avalanche patrol team.

The Genesis of the Columbia Basin Trust

Kootenay residents reflect on the creation of multi-faced community fund.

Kootenay filmmaker captures visual poetry of Northwest B.C

Nettie Wild’s documentary KONELINE is screens at the Civic Wednesday.

Nelson council introduces pot dispensary bylaw

Three-pronged approach includes zoning, licensing and enforcement.

COLUMN: Making room for meditation

Star reporter Will Johnson investigates out how to cope when your mind is a dumpster fire.

Have you heard of Renata?

Idyllic Lower Arrow Lake hamlet was submerged by the Columbia River Treaty.

From LVR to NPD

Nelson’s newest police officer is 24-year-old Lauren Mirva.