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The Nelson U16 Selects Girls started the 2016 season on the right foot with a championship run at the annual Kelowna Icebreaker Tournament.
The host Nelson U14 Selects captured the bronze medal in the BC Soccer Provincial B Cup Championship at Lakeside Pitch on Sunday afternoon.
Coming up with their best performance of the season, the host club misses out on the medal round by inches.
The Nelson U14 Selects beat Kootenay South 4-2 on Saturday afternoon to clinch a spot in the BC Soccer Provincial B Cup Championship
The Leafs roared out of the gates last weekend, controlling defending league champion Castlegar on Friday night
Art Gibbon is arguably the greatest journalist to appear in ink in this community.
The L.V. Rogers cross country team headed south to experience racing a totally different level this past weekend.
Almost 200 people came out on a beautiful Sunday morning for the annual Terry Fox Run at Rotary Lakeside Park in Nelson.
It’s a heartwarming tale of friends helping Friends.
As you’ve likely heard, my days as a local journalist are numbered.
The online world is full of imperfection, a lesson the Nelson Star has learned with our pizza contest.
If the pre-season is any indication, the Nelson Junior Leafs have put together a team ready to compete
Nelson’s badminton master Roger Kerby returned home from Kamloops with three more medals for his impressive collection
The Nelson Junior Leafs head into a pre-season big weekend with a number of players still scrapping it out for a spot
Recruits for the 2013-14 edition of the Nelson Junior Leafs were run through the paces this past weekend
As host of the Cyclone Taylor Cup, the Leafs are guaranteed a spot in the tournament that determines British Columbia’s Junior B champion.
The ultra-local $27 million condo and retail development in the east of downtown feels like Nelson
Construction at Nelson’s outdoor skatepark at Art Gibbon Park hit a major milestone this week when cement trucks began arriving.
A total of 45 young hockey players from novice to bantam have been taking part in the preparation hockey camp.
A former Nelson Junior Leafs standout found himself running through drills with the best hockey players in the country