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Penalties were the name of the game on Wednesday night, at least it was for the visiting Grand Forks Border Bruins.
The Salvation Army will have two kettles, along with the Angel Tree program, running in Nelson.
The L. V. Rogers boys soccer squad is battling it our for ninth place in BC.
The Nelson North Stars were undefeated until the faced Grand Forks in the final. Nelson lost 6-3.
Gamblers in Nelson had the chance to play for fun and help support the Kootenay Kids Society.
Ron and Sheila Cox have been together for close to seven decades.
A small contingent of people attended a ceremony outside of Nelson City Hall to commemorate the day and raise the Infinity flag.
Protesters gathered to raise concerns about tar sands and oil pipelines during national Defend Our Climate day.
With the undefeated streak now broken, Nelson is hoping to get back on the winning track.
Nelson is back in the win column following a 7-4 decision in Princeton on Friday night.
Whether it’s a community event, a political issue, a person in need or a school bake sale — this community takes things seriously.
It may be a holiday weekend, but there will be no rest for the Nelson Leafs.
The L.V. Rogers secondary school girls field hockey team has struggled at the provincial tournament.
Both the boys soccer and girls field hockey squads are heading to the BC championships.
The host Nelson Leafs midget squad show some promise, but lose all four games on the weekend.
Local squad beats Summerland 7-4 to win third straight weekend game.