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Slideshow: The Nelson Blueliners jumped into action this weekend at their tournament hosted at the NDCC.
Tuesday’s SD8 board meeting touched on Bill 22 and the new budget and while both may be some time away from being completed and resolved
Selkirk College Student’s Union gathers Tuesday to present their frustrations to the Selkirk College Board of Governors.
Nelson mayor John Dooley and city councilors along with Nelson Hydro are inviting the community to support Earth Hour.
The snowboard contest that brought 18 of the world’s best snowboarders to Nelson will be airing on NBC this Saturday.
Nelson's BC Liquor store dry grad fundraiser a hairy situation
As spring break winds down this week, the battle over the future of public education continues to rage.
Living in major metropolitan areas, it’s easy to forget about the rural communities like Nelson around you.
With curtains closed on KHAOS's Nelson shows and cuts facing Kootenay School of the Arts this week's editorial looks at the arts.
It’s not something you expect from small town Canada.
The BC Liberal government unveiled their budget this week and it could have ripple effects from Victoria to Nelson.
The BC Liberals’ 2012 budget will restrict spending increases and maintain current tax figures to meet its balanced budget target in 2013.
Opening round of KIJHL post season gets underway Friday in Castlegar
We suspect most Lardeau Valley residents would agree the suspension of Meadow Creek Cedar’s forest license was long overdue.
Video: A recap video of the Red Bull Supernatural Contest won by its creator himself, Travis Rice.
After months of preparation at Baldface Lodge, host Travis Rice along with 17 of the best snowboarders on the planet arrived in Nelson.
To serve and protect: it’s at the core of police work. It’s one of the aspects of Canadian society that makes us the envy of so many.
The Nelson figure skating club had great results in Creston
The mystique of a tiny mountain town tucked away in the “wild mountains of British Columbia” builds to the outside world.
With the biggest snowboard contest in the world just days away, locals will have a chance to meet the man behind it all in Nelson Wednesday.