- Good News
- Cannabis 19+
- Submit News Tip
- Trending Now
- Photo Galleries
- Special Sections
- Contact Us
- Site Map
It’s simple enough that a child can use one to save a life but still many people feel apprehensive about operating an AED.
Staff and parents have differing opinions about when March break should be held next year. Both groups were recently surveyed...
Everyone loves diving into a great book. But what if the stack of waiting novels has diminished and book club is on hiatus.
Black Press offices are abuzz about a bride — West Kootenay Bride.
Nelson’s own Olympic event saw South Nelson elementary school students getting into the spirit, stuffies in tow.
Redfish elementary school parents want the school board to consider returning Grade 6 and 7 students to the primary level.
Former Nelsonite Thomas Middleditch will appear in the long-waited comedy series Silicon Valley debuting April 6 on HBO.
Quail eggs may be considered a delicacy but preparing the little speckled gems is really quite easy.
Keiran Marchand is heading to Mission for the games and will compete in biathlon, something the 14-year-old started doing at age 9.
A Balfour resident is devastated after falling victim to a theft that led to the loss of many valuable pieces.
A school with deep roots in its church and community is celebrating catholic education week.
It may seem like a complicated matter but simply put, “if you eat, you should attend.”
A well-known and loved principal in the Kootenay Lake School District has been recognized for his longstanding commitment to excellence.
Nelson’s Olympic hopeful Sasha Zaitsoff won’t be headed to Sochi next month.
A fundraiser held to benefit Katrina Fontaine, the young woman with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, generated more than $16,000.
A virus found in kokanee salmon on Kootenay Lake has biologists taking action to protect this “keystone species.”
A Nelson family wants the community to join them in a fight against bullying as they help create the world’s largest anti-bullying sign.
P’nina Shames left her career with Nelson Mental Health proud of a career she was meant to pursue in a community she was happy to serve.
This weekend the annual Walk for Memories is being held in Nelson with a focus on the caregivers that support those with the illness.
I am new to the land of lice with my first experience with the Wee Beasties happening at the tail end of last summer.