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Nelson Skating Club skaters competed at the STARSkate Super Series Final, a province-wide competition for the BC/Yukon Section Team Trophy.
Andrea Legg shared her high-flying experience of life touring with Cavalia
Originating in Castlegar, Kootenay Jiujitsu came to Nelson just over a year ago wanting to grow their sport into the local community.
Welcomed to town 44 years ago by Edna Whitely, Frances Welwood was destined to follow in her Welcome Wagon footsteps.
The love of a good drink has taken one Slocan Valley couple into business with the area’s first craft distillery.
Nelson Chamber recognized company during annual business excellence awards.
Tramway society honoured with tourism excellence award.
Deryn Collier’s Open Secret delves into the psyche of her characters living in the fictional Kootenay Landing
The recent landslide in Washington State brings home memories and concerns about similar occurrences in the West Kootenay.
The Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce celebrated some of the area’s top businesses during its AGM held Thursday night.
Two days of food festivities will hit the Heritage City next weekend with a feast for those wanting strength in a local food system.
A regional taskforce is currently looking into why participation in youth organized sport is decreasing in this corner of the province.
Money raised to purchase $54,000 vehicle that the family would not have been able to afford but needed desperately.
The West Kootenay is a known hot spot for the colourless, odourless gas that can cause cancer — radon.
The Fraser Institute released its annual rankings of BC’s elementary schools earlier this week.
Nelson Boxing Club’s Jeff Emmett pulled no punches in an amateur boxing tournament in Spokane last weekend — and came out on top.
The Crawford Bay pair caught in an avalanche above the Grey Creek Pass thought they were snowmobiling in a safe zone.
It really is unfathomable that prior to last Monday, I had lived in Nelson for 12 years and never skied at Whitewater.
Nelson’s Cole Arcuri is making an impact with the Powell River Kings as the BCHL playoffs get underway.
“Hands up. Relax. It should be like dancing. I want you to have a rhythm — your rhythm.”