Bob Hall

Nelson Selects invade Steele town

Six of eight Nelson Selects teams traveled east this past weekend to attend the annual Sam Steele Tournament in Cranbrook.

Nelson’s Anglican spire demolished, but will be replaced

An Uphill landmark was removed last week from the roof of St. Saviour’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral

Disappointment for Nelson Selects U13 Girls in Cranbrook

Inability to find the back of the net cost the Nelson Selects U13 Girls squad a shot at next month’s Provincial B Cup in Vancouver.

Nelson’s Class of 2013 celebrates

This weekend the L.V. Rogers Class of 2013 will cap off their high school careers in typical grand fashion.

Nelson’s Class of 2013 makes it official

L.V. Rogers Secondary held its cap and gown ceremony at the Nelson and District Community Complex on Friday night.

High honour for young Nelson singers

A pair of Nelson vocal students has achieved an impressive honour that puts them in elite company.

Rally in Nelson focusses on changes to definition local food

More than 40 people turned out Saturday afternoon for a rally in front of the Kootenay Co-Op

Walgren tourney wraps in Nelson

The annual Terry Walgren tournament was another great success for all who attended.

Walgren takes pitch in Nelson for weekend

The annual Terry Walgren rep soccer tournament takes over the Lakeside pitch this weekend with the Nelson Selects hosting clubs

Get ready for Cabaret Nelson

With just over a week to opening night, the Nelson production of Cabaret is coming together.

Kaslo celebrates May Days

The action at Kaslo's May Days was intense on Saturday as the community celebrated its annual long weekend ritual.

Garbula concerned about Nelson-Creston’s future

Liberal challenger Greg Garbula says the voters of Nelson-Creston have spoken clearly

Nelson’s high school soccer girls earn provincial berth

The L.V. Rogers girls soccer team once again dominated their Kootenay competition to earn a spot

Last downtown sculpture placed in Nelson

The last of five downtown sculptures has put into place on Tuesday in Nelson.

Nelson Commons gets a boost

The Nelson Commons project started to get off the ground — literally — earlier this week.

Breaking down the Nelson-Creston race

I had one of those unfortunate moments of adulthood earlier this week. A dilemma that pitted fun versus responsibility.

Nelson Youth Soccer partners with Vancouver Whitecaps

As the soccer season in the Kootenays kicks up, the Nelson Youth Soccer Association is jumping into spring

Nelson hosts Global’s The News Hour on Thursday

On Thursday evening, Nelson residents will get a chance to get an up close look at a provincial newscast

Nelson’s Granite Pointe takes food service to a new level

It sits in a world-class location with gorgeous views and quiet surroundings

Junior golf circuit comes to Nelson on Saturday

Junior golfers in the Nelson area will have a chance to tee it up in competition this Saturday at Granite Pointe golf course.