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The Whitewater Ski Team reaches the midway point of the season.
Folks browsing the shelves at the Nelson Public Library one Saturday in March could find themselves “borrowing” a person.
Glacier Gymnastics won 21 medals at the Kelowna Cobweb Invitational.
Trombonist Mike Fahie will join his brother, Nelson bassist Rob Fahie, for a concert at the Shambhala Performance Centre on Friday.
The team, which competed on Feb. 10 to 12, earned several Gold ratings.
It's all about the white stuff for readers this week.
The third annual event will raise funds for the Room to Live campaign.
The drop-in will be held weekly on Fridays at the centre.
Nelson Fire and Rescue is asking the community to help dig out fire hydrants.
The Atoms finished second at a Trail tournament, while Nelson also hosted a PeeWee tournament.
The group will perform a variety of Brazilian jazz standards along with original arrangements of traditional and contemporary music.
On February 1, Dr. Richard Hebda will conduct a discussion in Nelson about climate change in the Columbia Basin.
Over 100 athletes took to the slopes earlier this month.
The annual competition is open to students from Grade 7 to university.
The young Leafs breezed through preliminary play before losing in the final.
The provincial government is providing $15,500 to the Regional District of Central Kootenay as part of a wood stove exchange program.
The event is part of the Nelson and District Credit Union's member appreciation night.
The Trafalgar runner capped his year with two golds and a bronze.
New swimmers are busy setting personal bests while veterans are earning provincial times.
Three organizations are calling on authorities to inspect every boat entering British Columbia to prevent an infestation of mussels.