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An early morning accident sent a car down the embankment west of Nelson Saturday.
The Nelson Selects are out of the running for medals at the Provincial B Cup tournaments
It was a tough day for Nelson Selects girls teams on the second day of Provincial B Cup action in North Vancouver on Friday afternoon.
Through its True Sport Foundation, the Nelson branch of Investor’s Group handed over a cheque for $500 to Nelson Youth Soccer last month.
The Nelson Selects boys teams are still in the mix for medals after a solid day of play in Prince George
It was a bit of rocky start to the Provincial B Cup for Nelson Selects squads as only two of the seven teams managed a win
Nelson Youth Soccer has made a name for itself across the province in the last few years with solid talent
Canada Day in Nelson got underway Monday morning with the annual Lion's Club breakfast on Baker Street.
Under the scorching July 1st sun, the Canada Day celebration is now underway in Nelson.
Trafalgar Middle School Grade 7 teachers put out their annual challenge to young minds with the egg drop.
The mid-1960s were a time of incredible change in the world and at L.V. Rogers high school in Nelson
The Nelson Cardinals claimed the West Kootenay Little League Minor championship in dramatic fashion Sunday afternoon at Lion’s Park diamond.
The Nelson Minor Baseball Association is playing host to the West Kootenay Little League Minor playoffs this weekend.
The Nelson Fire Hall is celebrating its 100th anniversary with an open house celebration on Saturday.
Just south of Kaslo you will find one of the Kootenay's most dramatic waterfalls.
Another great local partnership has been solidified thanks to a Friday golf tournament held at Granite Pointe.
The third place Nelson Diamondbacks pushed the powerhouse Trail Reds to their limit on in the West Kootenay Babe Ruth semi-finals.
The Nelson Diamondbacks earned a spot in the West Kootenay Babe Ruth semi-finals after crushing Grand Forks 18-7
The Nelson Selects U13 Girls team headed to the Sam Steele Tournament in Cranbrook bent on redemption and returned home with gold
Tony Quibell, 53, was the sole occupant of a Cessna Skymaster 337 airplane that took off from the Nelson Airport on Wednesday.