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Porcupine Wood Products is expected to acquire 60 per cent of the timber volume.
Montgomery, Monte Carlo, and Waterloo Landing were short-lived mining towns on the east side of the Columbia River.
A Nelson resident says she doesn’t want anyone falling victim to the same scam she did, which resulted in her car being stolen.
I’ve been meaning to write about the history of the Nelson Commons site since February, when Mitzi Hufty phoned to share her memories.
Mirror Lake was first mentioned in the Nelson Miner of March 7, 1896, in connection with the first curling bonspiel in the Kootenays.
The site of a failed condo development next to the Chahko Mika Mall in Nelson has new owners.
The now-vacant mill site in Slocan is for sale. A sign on the property simply reads: “Available. 19.55 acres lakefront property.”
Mineral City, six or seven miles up Cariboo Creek from Burton was concocted by Rossland interests.
A home on Hamilton Dr. in Queens Bay was destroyed by fire Wednesday evening.
Chris Mazurkewich toured West Kootenay a week after putting the brakes on a decision whether to contract out hospital laundry services.
Many theories exist about how Midway got its name.
Last week we started looking into the history of the Payne mine, whose discovery in 1891 sparked the launch of the Silvery Slocan rush.
Meadows was one of the original stops on the Nelson and Fort Sheppard Railway.
Next year marks the 125th anniversary of the start of the Silvery Slocan mining rush, which gave birth to Slocan, Silverton, and New Denver.
McDonalds Landing on the North Shore of Kootenay Lake was named after Duncan A. McDonald.
The Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce celebrated the near-completion of renovations to the city’s historic train station Saturday.
Marblehead, in the Lardeau Valley, takes its name from the huge marble quarry there.
The community celebrates its departed citizens with songs and stories.
A year after Nicholas Llewelyn-Smith died tragically, his parents visit from Australia to place a monument and celebrate their son’s life.
The Hume Hotel is a Nelson landmark, but it apparently wasn’t the only one in the Kootenays by that name.