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Ronald Cox has made the November 11th march down to the Nelson Cenotaph for seven decades.
For the second edition in a row, the Nelson Star is pleased to bring readers behind the scenes of local theatre
It may seem as if the record is no longer well-worn and simply broken, but here it comes again: shopping local is vital to our economy.
The building blocks of education are essential. Reading, writing and arithmetic remain the vital tools young people need to succeed in life.
The Nelson Civic Theatre Society threw out that number during its highly anticipated presentation to city council Monday night.
The NHL labour dispute has once again shot to top-of-mind for die hard hockey fans.
When councillor Donna Macdonald put forward a motion to support the Stop the Violence BC campaign, the THC hit the fan.
It’s back on the front page again: The outdoor skateboard park.
There is so much talent oozing in every corner of Nelson, it’s hard to celebrate it all. Sometimes we even take it for granted.
The Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for British Columbia that pulled into Nelson this week has its work cut out for it.
It’s true time travellers: Nelson has been recognized by the UBCM for helping make the regional transit system better.
It’s a very public dispute at one of the Nelson area’s busiest locations.
A stroll along the Lakeside pathway became a bit more interesting with the installation of the giant Heron’s Landing sculpture.
The story of Mikael Arrak goes much deeper than alleged assaults and brushes with the Nelson Police Department.
The back-to-back front page headlines in consecutive Nelson Star editions tell the story about the delicate balance of health care.
It will go down as one of the oddest, yet most fitting ends to a speech Nelson has ever seen.
The Sunday morning scene in Nelson’s Lakeside Park looked more like Central Park in New York.
Ten years ago a group of local car enthusiasts hatched the Queen City Cruise in Nelson.
The first day of school brings new energy to our little community.
The September long weekend Kootenay Pride parade has become an accepted part of the late summer calendar.