- Submit News Tip
- Trending Now
- Good News
- Photo Galleries
- Special Sections
- Contact Us
- Site Map
Music lovers descended on Crawford Bay this weekend for Starbelly Jam 2012.
Hans-Hubertus Vogt’s birthday always had special significance. He shared it with his 64-year-old sister Petra Frehse.
Missing players hurt the Grizzles in game against Cranbrook
One week ago, I was driving to Kaslo. The radio was on as all of BC learned of the massive landslide that ripped Johnsons Landing in half.
After day six of the search at Johnsons Landing, the chief coroner says the search will be suspended while officials reassess.
Remains believed to belong to 60-year-old Valentine John Webber were found today at Johnsons Landing.
Over night rain and poor weather that has continued into today has delayed searchs at Johnsons Landing.
Mandy Bath is no longer a resident of Johnsons Landing after her home was swept into the lake by the landslides.
The office of Minister Steve Thomson confirmed this morning receiving an email from Johnsons Landing.
At least five metres of debris could be covering the home of the four missing Johnsons Landing residents.
Low cloud and rain have delayed operations at the landslide that devastated Johnsons Landing Thursday.
After weather delays, search and rescue are saying they have located the Johnsons Landing home they have been looking for.
A Nelson resident who was making his way to his Johnsons Landing cabin for repairs was faced with searching homes following the slide.
More than 20 members of the Vancouver-based Heavy Urban Search and Rescue team are now searching the homes.
Concerns around stability and safety have led to the temporary suspension of the search for the missing residents of Johnsons Landing.
As Starbelly Jam Music Festival kicks off next weekend, the Star takes time to get to know some of the artists preparing to take the stage.
Nelson city councillor Donna Macdonald says the regional district was “lucky” in avoiding a serious disaster at a former mine site.
Nelson city council took a stand in opposition to the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipelines Project, despite some concern.
A unique new festival is coming to Nelson and it doesn’t involve camping in a tent for three days.
Nelson city council adopted an amended property maintenance bylaw Monday, but not all councillors were in favour.