In 1892, prospector Mike Grady found hot springs bubbling out of holes in the rocks two miles up a mountainside from Upper Arrow Lake.
Folks browsing the shelves at the Nelson Public Library one Saturday in March could find themselves “borrowing” a person.
Last week we saw that Rossland was originally known as Thompson, after Ross Thompson, who pre-empted a homestead on the future city’s site.
BC Hydro encouraging residents to reduce their home’s electricity use by 10 per cent. If successful, customers can earn a $50 reward
Nelson Kootenay Lake Tourism's map shows off 312 points of interest that coincides with national and provincial heritage celebrations.
Because of the popularity of George Doi's recent Star column about Nelson in the 50s, we asked him for another historical piece...