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Harrop-Procter Co-op restores Mill Lake trail

A shelter destroyed by wildfire in 2017 will also be rebuilt

New kids program at Nelson Community Food Centre

Kids up to the age of 13 can learn cooking skills

City of Nelson wants public ideas for climate change action plan

A ThoughtExchange forum is open until Aug. 3

Kootenay Co-op announces 2020 scholarship recipients

Anna Yule, Indigo Bowick each to receive $1,000

Nelson woman asks for community support

Tara Hunter is raising money for her mother, who has Plasma Cell Leukemia

COLUMN: Pro sports can learn from local return-to-play plans

Kim Palfenier writes about the disconnect between pro and local sports organizations

Nelson Lions Club raises over $4,000 for food programs

The club hosted two drive-in movies last month

Kootenay angler program off to a great start

“I’d like to see the fishery come back to its glory,” says first time winner Dave Johnston.

Buon appetito! Nelson Italian-Canadian Society serving sausages for charity

The fundraiser will benefit local organizations

New dugouts, netting among renos underway at Queen Elizabeth Park

The Nelson Baseball Association is in the middle of a three-year park revitalization

Nelson climbers raise racism awareness with video

Tula and Tosh Sherkat and Rossland director Liam Barnes collaborated on the video

Pivot Point Learning Centre launches community classroom in Nelson

The classes are focused on students with diverse needs

Oyxgen Art Centre launches virtual exhibition of emerging artists

If I Can’t Dance To It, It’s Not My Revolution is on until Aug. 15

Province offers support to safeguard Kootenay fruit pickers

All seasonal fruit pickers will need to take an online COVID-19 awareness course

Nelson Air Cadets receive promotions and awards

The squadron has been operating virtually since March

Elephant Mountain Literary Festival celebrates the outdoors

Writers Sarah Louise Butler and Jayme Moye will read in Blewett next month

Provincial organization honours Nelson youth centre

The BC Recreation and Parks Association has presented its Program Excellence Award

Kaslo native named Thompson Rivers valedictorian

Savanah Cockrell is graduating from the Faculty of Arts

Nelson ArtWalk to launch virtually on Friday

The annual event will feature over 40 artists