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It’s a culture immersed in graffiti, grit and elbow gashes. And that image scares people.
The current operators of The Royal music venue on Baker Street will call it quits at the end of this month
Imagine for one minute that you woke up and Nelson was minus Whitewater Ski Resort
This weekend the Nelson community will celebrate Easter.
Last week the Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation gathered its most loyal supporters at the Hume Hotel for a special night.
The City of Nelson and Nelson Hydro are fully on board Earth Hour.
There are few patches of land in Nelson as heavily tread upon in the political arena as the former Kootenay Forest Products site
When you read nelsonstar.com this week, news of Our Daily Bread’s financial woes may have come as a surprise.
For such a progressive community, Nelson residents sure don’t like change. Case in point: reconfiguring the downtown amenity areas.
If there was an easy way out of this jam, the politicians at City Hall would have taken that path many years ago.
After another busy week in the backcountry around Whitewater Nelson Search and Rescue deserve our thanks.
The Nelson Civic Theatre Society started to build a case about why this community is once again the exception rather than the rule.
For many of us in the Nelson region, it’s sometimes easy to forget the backbone of our local economy.
Nelson’s downtown dog issue is a mess in more ways than the obvious final product of a canine’s digestive system.
Council’s motion will have very little impact on the final outcome
British Columbians will celebrate Family Day on Monday, the first time we get to enjoy a statutory holiday in February.
The topic of today’s editorial might seem a little silly: parking brakes.
Nelson city council will once again face an important decision about the long overdue outdoor skatepark.
Seeing your name in print can be shocking. When the words on the page are not flattering, it can be disturbing.
Nelson’s downtown is our greatest (human built) asset.