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The Morning Mountain Madness portion of the annual Fat Tire Fest went off on Sunday with bikers of all ages taking part.
Workers at Granite Pointe woke up Monday morning to a mess at the Rosemont golf course.
City of Nelson crews were out in full force on Monday morning dealing with a huge fallen tree in Uphill.
Nelson’s downtown sculpture collection is a man down after Sergio Raffo’s Man Waiting was removed on Friday.
The Vancouver Whitecaps FC opened their evaluations for the Whitecaps FC Kootenay Prospects Academy this past weekend
The Nelson Star knows Rock and Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution, so For Those About To Rock… we have a great contest for you.
Tuesday night’s public information meeting in Winlaw provided many first-hand accounts of how the jet fuel spill affected residents.
A Type I Command Team has taken over the Perry Ridge forest fire as the blaze becomes a priority location in the province.
More than 250 people packed into the Winlaw Community Hall Tuesday night and 100 more spilled into the parking lot outside
The Nelson Disc Break ultimate frisbee tournament took over Lakeside playing fields this past weekend with 10 teams and 180 participants.
An area resident has posted a video on YouTube showing some of the devastation caused by the fuel spill in Lemon Creek.
The crew at the Nelson and District Community Complex began installing the ice earlier this week.
Nelson’s main park was alive with optimism about not only the possibilities for Canada in 2015, but for the Kootenays.
A Nelson woman is looking for help in trying to identify some of the elements in what she says is a chunk of meteor.
Justin Trudeau brought his family to the final resting of place of his youngest brother on Monday.
It felt more like a gathering for a rock star than a politician as federal Liberal leader Justin Trudeau arrived to Lakeside Park
Nelson Mixed Slo-Pitch held its annual season ending playoffs this weekend with tremendous action throughout the four days
Justin Trudeau touched down in Nelson late Sunday afternoon with his family with more than just politics on his mind.
Ferry passengers leaving and arriving to the Kootenay Lake ferry landing at Balfour have a chance to view nature up close.
The Nelson Mixed Slo-Pitch league wraps up its 2013 campaign this weekend with the playoffs.