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The city has also added a route to the Real Canadian Wholesale Club on Lakeside Drive.
Register by August 3 for the August 13 ride from Paulson to Grand Forks.
Volunteers get to take home one-third of the harvest, making participating a great way to get enough fruit for preserving.
Award-winning documentary 'Walking the Camino' comes to Nelson on Wednesday.
The Amy Ferguson Institute will host a weekend of choral singing led by conductor Dr. Marc A. Hafso September 23 and 24.
'Walking the Camino' is showing on July 20 at the Civic Theatre.
The six-stage mountain bike event ended Friday and Saturday in Nelson.
The local swim club topped the competition against six other teams.
The club raked in 30 medals last weekend at a competition in Kelowna.
Congratulations to the people of England for choosing freedom.
Nelson-Creston MLA Michelle Mungall will hear from locals during her annual Bend the MLA’s Ear Tour next week.
It is not easy for a government to balance its duty to protect the environment and yet allow for the economic interests of corporations.
On June 23, I had the pleasure of attending a duo cello recital at the Silverton Memorial Hall.
The Winlaw community’s reaction to the rural education enhancement fund was nothing less than jubilant.
I would like to thank Will Johnson for the photos and article of Rosemont elementary school’s musical, A Forest Palette.
A comprehensive planning process to update the Village of Salmo’s 15-year-old official community plan launches on Canada Day.
Stevie McCulloch won five events at the AA BC Provincials last weekend in Kamloops.
12 Mile Storage hosted the third annual North Shore community garage sale on May 28 and donated $500 to the West Kootenay EcoSociety.
I am writing to say thank you to K. Linda Kivi for her letter.
Do you like the idea of a condominium going up in a public park? Because that’s what Nelson city council is planning.