Bob Hall

Nelson’s gang connection

It may seem like a problem that only exists on the television news, but gang activity impacts the Kootenays.

Nelson man campaigns to knock down graffiti tagging

Nasty graffiti tagging on a prominent rock wall in Nelson’s downtown received quick action from a resident

Nelson residents asked not to hack trees on public property

The City of Nelson’s public works department is concerned about unauthorized tree pruning on public property.

Sharks wade into Nelson Sports Museum

Just in time for the NHL post-season, the Nelson Sports Museum has new addition.

Nelson baseball underway

The Nelson Baseball Association has started its regular season play with kids from six to 16 taking swings for teams at different levels.

Pitch perfect time of year in Nelson

The Nelson Youth Soccer Association house league season got underway this week.

Balfour hosts first junior event

The West Kootenay Junior Golf Circuit tees off this weekend in Balfour.

Nelson students mark Earth Day

Students fanned out across Nelson on Monday morning to help make the community a cleaner place as part of Earth Day activities.

Nelson’s Kinrade celebrates Swiss-A championship

Former Nelson Minor Hockey defenceman shares experience of winning in hockey-crazy Bern and the celebration that has followed

Nelson’s Kinrade helps Bern capture Swiss-A League championship

Nelson’s Geoff Kinrade capped off a hockey season to remember last week

Ahoy! Kootenay Lake’s pirate ship back on the water

Nelson's famed West Arm pirate ship is back on the water after an eventful winter.

Nelson’s Trace Cooke tops in North America

Nelson’s Trace Cooke became the first ever Canadian to capture the International Freeskiers and Snowboarders Association overall title

Cabaret coming to life in Nelson

In tiny St. John's Lutheran Church on Silica Street, the makings of the Nelson production of Cabaret are taking shape.

Nelson Star contest winners: When art meets ink

A pair of Nelson residents took the whole concept of recycling their newspaper to a highly creative level.

Maida back behind Nelson Leafs bench for 2013-14

The Nelson Leafs Hockey Society has extended head coach Frank Maida’s contract for another year.

City of Nelson takes flood control measures

The City of Nelson took advantage of the low water at Duck Bay last week to clean out a problem storm sewer pipe.

Granite Pointe welcomes Kootenay legend

After 36 years at the Castlegar Golf Course, Denny McArthur excited about shift in scenery in Nelson

Nelson Minor Hockey concludes season

The Nelson Minor Hockey Association put an official wrap on the season last week at its annual awards banquet.

Nelson skatepark design receives enthusiastic welcome

Nelson is close to the climax of a journey that has taken more than a decade.

Nelson’s Granite Pointe set to open

Mother Nature’s blast of spring in the last week has brought the arrival of opening day at Granite Pointe golf course in Nelson.