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Those following Nelson’s Olympic hopeful Sasha Zaitsoff can catch him competing this weekend in a televised event.
In the almost ten years on their farm, owners have never had an encounter with a cougar, until this week when two different cats visited.
A bed and breakfast near Kaslo was named one of the top Bed and Breakfasts in the world by an online source.
They couldn’t come from a place more different than the Heritage City.
With the Olympics just around the corner, Sasha Zaitsoff is keeping his goals in sight as he points his skis down hill.
After the successful debut of the Get Fit Challenge last year, round two of the fitness competition is set to begin.
A team of young helpers is on duty at the rink to give behind-the-scenes help to the Nelson Leafs.
What started out as a simple gingerbread house competition morphed into a school activity that brought the whole town of Salmo together.
The Nelson Leafs lose some real strength on the back end as local boy Cole Arcuri heads to the BCHL this week.
A Vallican resident lost four of his goats to a cougar over the holidays.
A local bass player is part of award winning spoken word performer Shane Koyczan’s band Short Story Long.
A young woman living in Nelson is struggling with both an extremely rare illness and finding funds for her treatment.
The first baby of 2014 in Nelson was born nine days early to proud first time parents.
A dramatic accident on Christmas Eve sent two sisters down the bank and into Cottonwood Creek just outside Nelson.
A new space in one of Nelson’s heritage buildings is offering independent workers the advantage of co working.
A proactive solution to the rural doctor shortage in Canada is coming out of a local post-secondary institute.
In the midst of Christmas mayhem, take a moment to tend to your health while benefitting others.
Interior Health has put on hold plans to change emergency department hours at the Kaslo hospital.
The crowd of bingo regulars filling the Eagles Hall paused to give applause one recent Thursday evening.
A Nelson resident is one of 12 new deputy sheriffs joining the BC Sheriff Services after completing training this fall.