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WildEarth Outdoor Program is an adventure-based education that offers students a gateway to a career in the growing ecotourism industry.
Once standard items on hospital food trays such as coffee, tea, salt and pepper will no longer be made available.
The Leafs have made a trade — offence for defence — with Matthew Naka heading to the Okanagan Division.
Giving 110 per cent off the ice is just as important as what happens at the rink
The Nelson Leafs made a spectacular third period comeback Friday night grounding the soaring Nitehawks.
A local business is encouraging its customers to buy an environmentally conscious product by adding a little extra incentive.
A competitive skier who got his start planting poles in local powder has his sights set on ripping it up at the 2014 Olympic games.
The building at 310 Ward Street could become a hub for citizens with the City wanting to bring regional government into its fold.
Students at South Nelson elementary school joined thousands of Canadians in a science lesson they hope will break a world record.
Eagles vice president Les Johnson (right) donates $500 on behalf of the club to Our Daily Bread.
A Slocan Valley resident who isn’t ready to forget the fuel spill into Lemon Creek has complained to the BC Ombudsman’s office, to no avail.
Nelson Committee on Homelessness coordinator Katie Tabor shows off some entries in their DIY t-shirt project.
Last week, Nelson-Creston MLA Michelle Mungall spent a day visiting and working with volunteers at service agencies throughout Nelson.
Canvassers are only 600 names short of the necessary total in the Sensible BC campaign to decriminalize marijuana.
Anyone with a spirit fuelled by the outdoors will find inspiration and information at Reach Your Peak.
Kaslo village council has officially stated it has no confidence in Interior Health’s senior management.
Walk to School Week aims to encourage kids to develop a healthy habit of walking instead of riding.
A week into the Co-op’s member loan campaign, the store needing help for their next phase of business is seeing support for their growth.
Next week Powder Magazine is starting round one of this year’s version of the Ski Town Throwdown.
The Kootenay Lake school district has not been able to find funds to cover wage increases for its CUPE workers.