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Selkirk offers graphic novels course

The course will be taught at the Tenth Street Campus starting next month.

LVR finishes 12th at girls’ volleyball provincials

The Bombers had a tough time in pool play before winning to place 12th.

Nelson tech startup creating innovative co-working space

Brothers Cameron and Deryk Wenaus show off the Jam Factory.

Hall comes home for holiday shows

Nelson's Natasha Hall will be joined by Erik Musseau for a recital on Dec. 23.

Amnesty to hold Write-for-Rights event

Nelson's group will host the event Saturday at the library and Sunday at Oso Negro.

Everyone Knows a Story

Storytelling event will support three local causes

Double gold for Trafalgar

Two of the school's volleyball teams were victorious at a tournament last weekend.

Nelson Choral Society presents ‘Sing Alleluia!’

The 60-singer choir will hold its Christmas concert Dec. 10 and 11 at Capitol Theatre.

Whitecaps wash over Seattle

The Whitecaps sent three teams of players from the Kootenays to a tournament last weekend.

Just a few more donations needed for Osprey

Final push needed to meet Osprey's fundraising goal of $50,000 in 2016.

Johnny Strilaeff takes over as CBT president

Strilaeff replaces Neil Muth, who passed away earlier this month.

“A Book Under Every Tree” brings books to kids

Holiday Hampers in need of book donations for kids and teens.

LARGE POPCORN: Something big and wild and different

'A Swan Lake' comes to the Civic Theatre on Sunday.

COLUMN: What does a school board trustee do anyway?

SD8's Curtis Bendig writes about his day-to-day responsibilities.

Nelson Skating Club honours young skaters

Anne Van Dijk and Liam Malpass were named CanSkate Champions.

Curling for cash: Nelson to host weekend tournament

The Doug Bothamley Memorial Cash Spiel runs Friday to Sunday.

Columbia Basin Trust remembers Neil Muth

CBT Board and staff, and residents of the region join Neil’s family in mourning the unexpected passing of Neil Muth, President and CEO.

Lady Bombers tough it out at field hockey provincials

LVR had to settle for a consolation title at the event in Surrey.

Cross country athletes compete at provincials

Trafalgar's Matti Erickson was Nelson's top runner at the Kelowna event.

LETTERS: Two perspectives on affordable housing

One reader has concerns about Airbnb regulation, while another blames the government for the housing crisis.