Tyler Harper

Highway bus stops to have solar lights installed

Fifteen lights are being installed as part of a pilot project

PHOTOS: Party on at Pride Parade

The 21st annual event was a spectacle of love and fun on Sunday

Local rugby player returns home from Irish tour

Rowan Megale played three games with B.C.’s U18 team earlier this month

Call it intuition: Norm Pratt’s gift for finding people

When people go missing, police turn to Pratt

Two silvers for Neptunes at provincials

Cynthia Pfeiffer and Lachlan Bibby-Fox were each on the podium earlier this month

PHOTOS: Fat Tire Festival rips up Nelson

The 22nd annual event took over the city last weekend

Leafs open pre-season with slew of roster moves

Nelson tied the Border Bruins 3-3 on Sunday in Grand Forks

Skateboarding film to premier at Civic Theatre

Spencer Legebokoff spent three years filming Stigma

Grizzly bear activists cautiously optimistic about ban

Jim Lawrence and Miriam Needoba played a part in the NDP’s new trophy hunting ban

Leafs re-acquire Brent Headon

The defenceman returns after being previously dealt away during the off-season

Sihota, Lovan capture B.C. Juvenile Championships

The pair dominated the field at the provincial tournament hosted by Granite Pointe

Audrey Bakewell’s skating recipe

The renowned skating coach was training Nelson hockey players last week

No change atop the leaderboard at B.C. Juvenile Championships

Claire Lovan and Jeevan Sihota are both well ahead after two round at Granite Pointe

Sihota, Lovan lead after Day 1 at B.C. Juvenile Championships

The three-day provincial tournament is underway at Granite Pointe

Leafs roster starts to take shape at training camp

Nelson had over 40 players on the ice over the weekend

Lance Morey takes over as new Nelson Leafs GM

The father of Leafs defenceman Zach Morey has been a junior hockey scout for over three decades

Granite Pointe prepares to host provincial tournament

The B.C. Juvenile Championships will run next week in Nelson

Smoke above Nelson nearly double what it should be

But it’s still nowhere near as bad as elsewhere in the province

Japanese delegation visits Nelson

The visitors from Izu-shi were in town to mark the city’s 30-year relationship with Nelson

Patrolling their pool: Nelson Neptunes host swimming regionals

The Nelson Neptunes will have 13 swimmers competing at the upcoming provincials in Kamloops