Editorial

Putting it all together in Nelson

It was an incredible start to true summer in the Kootenays. The heat finally arrived and the streets were buzzing with activity.

Nelson Lions help create pride

Thanks to Mother Nature giving the Kootenays a brief break from the deluge, Sunday afternoon provided a fabulous small town scene.

Launching the day tripper in the Kootenays

The Kootenay/Boundary is a wonderland of natural treats, fascinating history and funky small-town living.

Welcoming a new sister

The City of Nelson is bringing a new sister city into the family.

Pride on the soccer pitch

Sport is an important thread in the fabric of any community.

Steering the solutions in Nelson

Nelson is unlike other rural outposts. Our geography and charm set us apart from the average burg

Where did those 13 years go?

Every September a new group of eager young kindergarten students begin an exciting new chapter of their lives.

Cheering for the underdog

Nelson and Rossland now hold the mantle as the best ski town in North America.

Talent worth taking in

As you can see from the fabulous photos taken of the dress rehearsal, the Capitol Theatre is once again buzzing with quality local theatre.

Mungall still faces a test

The Nelson-Creston campaign provided some valuable lessons which we hope the victor uses

Nelson-Creston riding right on cue

Michelle Mungall took the Nelson-Creston riding with ease on Tuesday night and it shouldn’t have come as much of a surprise.

Invisible, but important

If it feels like there has been little spark in the Nelson-Creston race for MLA, you are right.

Proud to make News

On Thursday evening, Global TV will be broadcasting The News Hour live from the plaza at City Hall.

It helps make Nelson special

By a matter of chance and not design, today’s edition throws a spotlight on a pair of Nelson cultural centrepieces

Get tough on tagging

It’s a scourge that’s taking over the blank spaces in our community.

Scoring the first forum

In so many ways, politics is a game. So when it comes to games, there is this innate urge to declare a winner.

Polls and public policy in Nelson

From dogs in the downtown to cross-border shopping, at times the final results are predictable and other weeks it takes us by surprise.

You help us make the call

One of the most enjoyable aspects about working in the media is every day seems to bring a new dilemma.

You can help shape the campaign in Nelson-Creston

Typically the battle for the Nelson-Creston riding is a spirited one. This election will be no different.

Music to Kootenay ears

It’s worth getting to know these acts, and the Kootenay Music Awards website is a great place to start.