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South Nelson kids prepare for Hansen tour

Students at South Nelson Elementary School make their Rick Hansen medal crafts for next week's events.

Excavator removed from Kootenay Lake

The excavator that fell into Kootenay Lake from a Canadian Pacific railcar last weekend has been removed from the water.

Nelson’s Trace Cooke makes impressive results

His ski season started out with injury, but with hard work and determination he turned out results that surprised even him.

Nelson student wins video contest

One Nelson student recently learned that doing your homework can pay off in more than just good grades.

Nelson Lions on board

Lions make donation of $1000 for Nelson Jubilee Manor/Place Foundation

Sewing Up New Skills at the Nelson Youth Centre

The machines will be used by youth in the Skills Link program

Nelson’s citizen of the year ‘humbled’

The citizen of the year is a person who is selfless, that wants to be a part of community, not a person that takes but one who gives.

Crews continue to clean up derailment damage

UPDATE: The damaged rail line near Corra Linn Dam was reopened Thursday evening after final mandatory inspections were completed.

Whitewater signs off for season

After a great ski season at Whitewater, pass holders and winter revelers alike are invited for one last weekend of celebration.

Nelson business leaders not pleased with duty scheme

The introduction of the 2012 federal budget last week has the local business community concerned with changes to duty free shopping

Nelson Chamber of Commerce welcomes new executives

The Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce AGM was one that celebrated excellence, diversity and welcomed two new executives to the board.

Serious business in Nelson

The Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce have recognized four businesses that show a commitment to excellence and to Nelson.

Nelson’s high school striving for green grants

Nelson high school students’ committment to sustainability could see them rewarded

Supernatural on NBC next week

The snowboard contest that brought 18 of the world’s best snowboarders to Nelson will be airing on NBC next week.

Disturbance at Nelson homeless shelter

Nelson Police responded to a local homeless shelter Tuesday after receiving a report that a male was causing a disturbance.

Kennel cough keeping Nelson animal hospital staff on its toes

An outbreak of kennel cough in Nelson has some dogs needing a little extra attention.

Nelson teachers react to Bill 22

The B.C. Teachers’ Federation is going back to court to challenge the legislation

UPDATED: Identities of skiers killed in avalanche confirmed

RCMP have confirmed the two skiers killed in Wednesday's avalanche in the Bonnington range as Katie Aring and Ryan Keene.

The long road back for Nakusp snowboarder

On the way to achieving her dreams, a severe injury set back her goals of competing in the 2010 Olympics.

Welcome to spring — Nelson style

Danny Rickaby had to bring out the snowplow yet again this morning to clear off the sidewalk on Hall Street near the New Grand Hotel.