Michael Guthrie’s Langham memories

!ABOVE: The Langham, ca. 1972. No one is quite sure who the fellow in the picture is. BELOW: Michael Guthrie working on the roof of the Langham in August 1975. Walter Schmidt, who sold the building to the Langham Cultural Society, brought the hat Guthrie is wearing from Cape Cod, Mass. when he came to sign the transfer papers, pronouncing him the Captain. He still has it. BOTTOM: Guthrie and the Langham as featured in the Nelson Daily News in July 1976. - ABOVE: Courtesy Langham Cultural Society BELOW: Murray Ford photo, courtesy Michael Guthrie BOTTOM: Les Storey photos, courtesy Michael Guthrie
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A cougar sighting in Rosemont has spurred a public safety announcement from Nelson police.

Fatal shooting on Castlegar highway

  • updated Jan 30, 2015 at 1:02 PM

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  • updated Jan 30, 2015 at 12:19 PM

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Nelson fire department adds new defibrillators

  • updated Jan 30, 2015 at 12:17 PM

Greg Schlosser knows firsthand the utility of an automatic defibrillator. Last October, he collapsed in cardiac arrest.

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