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A local massage therapist has recently returned from a mission of hands-on healing in South Africa.
A recent report issued by Slocan River Streamkeepers raises concern about the state of the local watershed.
Nelson Tech Club (NTC) hosted its annual Robogames Saturday afternoon at Selkirk College’s Mary Hall.
A simple coffee and a muffin goes a long way to warming a heart and filling a belly first thing on a cold winter’s morning.
The Regional District is continuing the evacuation order for Johnsons Landing because of the still unstable mass.
All female DJ collective still spinning after over decade together
Trustees from Kootenay Lake school district met with the Ministry of Education while in Vancouver last weekend.
A cold snap that hit our region last week had people scrambling for the long underwear...
Not only was snow covering the sidewalk outside her business but a plow had also forced chunks of ice up against the building.
A program that gives kids and their parents tips and tools to live a healthy lifestyle is proving to have a great impact on participants.
Transition house wants families to feel at home for the holidays — vigil against violence to be held in Nelson
At a time of year when many focus on family, women and children seeking refuge at the transition house could use the gift of kindness.
It’s time to recruit some more of the littlest skiers — kids as young as 5-years-old are welcome to join in.
Kootenay Lake approved a savings plan after all and will now return to the table with its CUPE workers.
The Nelson Leafs lost 4-2 against the North Okanagan Knights on Friday night at the NDCC.
A desire to brighten young faces on Christmas morning keeps one local woman’s charitable heart ticking.
More than 50 people gathered outside Hume elementary school Thursday afternoon to rally for CUPE workers of School District 8.
A Balfour couple that rescued a senior from the icy waters of Kootenay Lake feels fortunate they were able to lend a hand.
As thousands converge on Fort Benning a small group of locals braved the cold for a candle light vigil in Nelson on Friday evening.
Kootenay Lake is the last hold out when it comes to approving the CUPE bargaining savings plan.
John vanden Heuvel wants to start a conversation on a topic he knows isn’t popular at dinner parties — death.