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Police responded to a collision Saturday in which a vehicle drove off the roadway and then collided with a bridge guardrail.
It requires patience and an open mind, but consultation and discussion most often results in workable solutions.
A 45-year-old Nelson man was arrested early Thursday morning following a pursuit on foot.
Hockey at the grassroots arrives to Nelson this weekend
RCMP are recommending charges a 26-year-old Nelson man after he assaulted the driver of a limousine causing a collision on Columbia Avenue.
It’s typical senior government, top-down decision making and it might end up costing local taxpayers big time.
In the last few editions of the Nelson Star, you may have noticed an increase in the number of letters to the editor.
It may be a 40 minute drive away, but Nelson is a border town.
For such loyal companions, man’s best friends have certainly caused their share of controversy in this community.
It’s a tragedy that makes us realize just how delicate the human body is and how quickly lives can change.
First impressions are so important when it comes to those who visit our community.
This is certainly not the first time you are going to read a shop local editorial in this newspaper and it won’t be the last.
The voter turnout in Nelson Saturday tells you everything you need to know about the 2011 municipal election: 33.3 per cent.
Canadians are great complainers. The weather’s too hot, the weather’s too cold. The dollar’s too high, the dollar’s too low.
A new chapter in the Occupy Nelson camp is about to be written, but it’s still unclear what tone it will take.
On Friday our community will gather at the cenotaph for the annual Remembrance Day ceremony.
Our democracy isn’t perfect. It’s delivered with flaws, but when you look around the world there seems to be no ideal.
It’s always disappointing to be on the outside looking in when it comes to good news announcements by the provincial government.
In Wednesday’s paper, the Star celebrated small business by putting together a special section that highlights 48 local businesses.
Rural British Columbia has once again suffered a blow from the Lower Mainland-centric, top down decision making machine.