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If you look around this country there are probably not many more active communities than the Nelson area.
Unless you live in Blewett you probably haven’t been paying too close attention to the current Official Community Plan standoff.
Full marks to the Ministry of Highways for its new addition to the trouble spot west of Nelson.
It’s become a common urban beautification strategy, but in Nelson we’ve managed to take the electrical box wraps to an even higher level.
With patience comes a silver lining. That appears to be the case with climbing wall advocates.
Local First Nations and their supporters brought the Idle No More movement to Nelson this week.
Like every other year, 2012 saw the media spotlight shine on Nelson and West Kootenay
With Christmas Day a few minor details away from reality, now is the time to truly enjoy the season.
When storms like Thursday’s hit big metropolitan areas and those burgs not used to winter’s delight, it causes chaos.
As the US comes to grips with the horrendous tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut, we grieve with them.
The Christmas season is truly the most wonderful time of the year in Nelson.
Clearly dark intersections and narrow streets in Nelson are a problem.
Like every year, there was plenty for the editorial team to write about in 2012.
Off to the Elite 8. Not bad for a tiny patch of turf tucked away in the sleepy BC Interior.
It’s been a great start to the Christmas season for Nelson’s downtown. Now it’s up to you to keep the momentum going.
It was an emotional six days at the Nelson courthouse last week as details of the Sheilah Sweatman tragedy were brought to light.
British Columbia’s record for dealing with child poverty is terrible.
Regional District of Central Kootenay Area E director Ramona Faust has her work cut out for her
The pro-life banner hanging over Baker Street for the past two weeks has surely raised a few eyebrows.
The white coating over the city Monday morning makes it official: winter has arrived to the West Kootenay.