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The Ministry of Transportation wants feedback on the possibility of relocating the ferry and will host an open house June 15.
Crawford Bay Community Park is one of five finalists in BCAA’s Play Here contest, which promises the winner up to $100,000.
Kokanee Mountain Zipline is holding a community day Monday to raise money for Balfour Harrop Fire Department and Nelson Search and Rescue.
Retaining wall will be replaced with $300,00 for government’s ‘fix-it fund’.
West Kootenay traffic police say there were no fatal or serious crashes over the May long weekend.
Former Slocan mayor Bernie Czelenski wasn’t a typical politician.
The Riondel fire department put out a wildfire in Gray Creek before it raged out of control Monday evening.
The Nelson Police Department is investigating a rash of break and enters in Uphill since April 23.
Nelson Fire Rescue say someone’s burning food filled all three floors of the Terrace Apartments with smoke on Thursday afternoon.
A woman suffered non-life-threatening injuries after being struck by a van at the intersection of Ward and Baker St. this morning.
Sam McBride's story about a survivor of the Frank Slide took home the Neville Shanks Memorial Award for Historical Writing.
Closure required as part of renovations to swimming pool.
The Nelson native was awarded for a breakout season with the Moose Jaw Warriors.
The Regional District of Central Kootenay has closed a portion of the Nelson-Salmo Great Northern Trail because of bear activity.
Last month was the warmest April since record keeping began at the Castlegar airport in 1965.
The L.V. Rogers Bombers were perfect in the KISS girls soccer tournament over the weekend.
Private Nelson-area schools fared better than public schools in the Fraser Institute’s 2016 rankings.
Slocan Valley residents are invited to attend an informal community meeting on responsible dog ownership on May 19.
A man is facing seven charges following an incident early Sunday at a downtown Nelson night club.
80 full-time and half-time positions to keep paramedics in small B.C. towns, and patients out of emergency