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Hume Elementary students had a special treat Tuesday morning as members of the BC Lions gave a presentation that would excite and educate.
Spray foam was found in a number of parking meters Thursday morning
The Nelson Neptune Swim Club has a new head coach and high hopes for the upcoming swim season.
Nelson is set to see improvements in communications infrastructure as Telus plans to invest $700,000 in the area this year.
Mud slides in the area have closed several sections of highway including an area of road between Nelson and Salmo
Ever since a new pilot project began at L.V. Rogers high school a few weeks ago, more students have been visiting the doctor
Slideshow: Nelson’s youth choir, Corazón performed a unique show at the Touchstones Gallery Saturday
Police say a house that burned Saturday morning in Taghum had a grow-op in the basement.
It was a spectacle to watch the Rick Hansen Many in Motion tour make its way through Nelson Thursday.
With donations and grants pouring dollars in for the outdoor skate park, the project looks to be well on the way to becoming a reality
Slideshow: Photos from today's Rick Hansen Many in Motion tour through Nelson.
In small communities it’s volunteers who offer their time and energy that can make the difference between dull and vibrant communities.
The Kootenay Lake School District is continuing to work through creating a status quo budget for the 2012-13 school year
Local kids participated in the Rick Hansen Many in Motion tour rally today.
Vanessa LeFebvre helps students at St. Joseph’s Elementary School
Drafting students at L.V. Rogers are taking on a project that will enrich their class with a little bit of history.
After weeks of preparation, the Rick Hansen’s Many in Motion tour will finally reach the Nelson area on Thursday.
A new crop of potential Nelson Junior Leafs spent the weekend at a hockey camp
Visual arts of many mediums were present at Selkirk College's Geek Show Friday night.
A higher than average snow pack this year in the Kootenays means a higher potential for flooding, but it’s not cause to worry just yet.