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A beloved tradition continues this Canada Day. The whole community benefits and the fun is measured in smiles.
Nelson and District Credit Union and Kootenay Savings Credit Union recently collaborated to support two local groups.
Catherine Fisher of Kootenay Co-op Radio was one of three people from the station named in this year’s National Community Radio Awards.
The players were selected ahead of provincials next month.
Leo Grypma and Kelsey O'Connor snatched medals at an Olympic weight lifting meet this weekend.
Adriana Work of Beasley’s Dutch Girl Peonies was a double winner at the BC Yukon Peony Show in Castlegar this month.
The West Kootenay EcoSociety recently launched its new initiative, 100% Renewable Kootenays, supporting clean energy.
The Nelson branch of the BC SPCA invites you to eat out in support of a good cause.
The Kootenay Swim Club made an impression at the Kamloops June Classic on June 3 to 5.
Elephant Mountain Literary Festival writer-in-residence Caroline Adderson will offer tips for writers at the Nelson Public Library.
Nelson Police Department restorative justice volunteers were recently honoured for their work in serving the community.
Do you have a broken urinal? Did you find somebody's phone? Did you throw a newspaper out your car? If so, there is a hug or slug for you.
Seven teams will compete at the event Saturday and Sunday at Salmo Pool.
Organizers are amazed at the success of the 2016 Bike to Work Week initiative in the Kootenays that took place May 30 to June 5.
Passionate page turners, put your feet up and dip into the summer reading selections for the Kootenay Book Weekend.
Winlaw author Tom Wayman has won the Diamond Foundation Prize for fiction for his book, The Shadows We Mistake for Love.
The under-13, 14, 15, 16, and 18 boys teams will compete as will the U13, 14, 16 and 18 girls teams.
The rusted-out vehicle wrecks, heaps of scrap metal, and discarded concrete slabs along both riverbanks are a world-class eyesore.
The Slocan Integral Forestry Co-operative, the community forest based in the Slocan Valley, has released its wildfire protection plan.
The Interior Lumber Manufacturers’ Association hopes to bring a message about the needs of the local forest industry to government.