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The Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce celebrated four of the area’s top businesses during its AGM last Wednesday night.
Nelson Star photojournalist Samuel Dobrin captured a CCNA for the photo he took of Nelson artist Mark Randell.
Nelson’s Isaac MacLeod and the Boston College Eagles will not repeat as NCAA champions.
Pro snowboarders and skiers from across North America reached new heights at Whitewater on Saturday.
Easter colours were out in full force on Tuesday afternoon in Mrs. Adams' Grade 1/2 class.
Nelson’s Isaac MacLeod and the Boston College Eagles will begin defence of their NCAA championship on Saturday night in Rhode Island.
Here’s a look at some of Mother Nature’s creations on Nelson's Anderson Creek this past weekend.
The West Kootenay Bantam Wildcats finished the BC Hockey Female Bantam Provincials in Vernon with an 0-2-2 record.
The BC Coroner has concluded that the drowning of a 64-year-old Nelson man was accidental, but alcohol was a contributing factor.
The West Kootenay Bantam Wildcats have begun their quest for a provincial title with a tie against the host Greater Vernon.
It’s easy being green today at Nelson watering holes as the party celebrating St. Patrick's Day is in full swing.
The Kootenays played a role in last week’s celebration of Stompin’ Tom Connors’ life thanks to Nelson-raised Tim Hus.
The Selkirk College Saints gritted out a win to move one step closer to a BC Intercollegiate Hockey League title.
A pair of Nelson Star photojournalists have been announced as Ma Murray Award finalists.
Nelson’s legend as a magical winter destination has been bolstered once again.
There will be no Hoosier-like tale for either of the Nelson area high school boys basketball teams this weekend.
Tuesday night at the Hume Hotel the team put an official end to the 2012-13 season with its awards banquet.
The 400 block of Baker Street was closed off Tuesday morning as City of Nelson crews made a significant change to the downtown
The Nelson Star has gone mad in March and its advantage reader... win free tickets to the Capitol and Whitewater all month.
The Kootenay Wildcats lost 3-2 to the Pacific Ravens on Sunday morning at the Nelson and District Community Complex