Samuel Dobrin

Hitting the 100,000 mark

Over 50 years since his hit song first hit the airwaves, Joe Frechette looks back on his time with the Beau Marks fondly.

UPDATED: Jumbo mistake? or Jumbo step forward?

After a consultation and review process spanning over 20 years, the provincial government has approved the Jumbo Glacier Resort proposal

Redneck day at Whitewater

Slideshow: Jeans, flannel and mullets were the fashion for the day at Whitewater Ski Resorts redneck day.

Nelson Theatre potential recreation site

The Kootenay Climbing Association and the Nelson Squash Club have joined together in the effort to acquire a local space.

A helping hand for Romania

When people experience hardships, they often need someone to lend them a helping hand.

Sunset in Nelson

Those who call Nelson home will be familiar with outside attention, and recent coverage from Sunset Magazine continues the trend

Green design for Rosemont park public washroom

The Art Gibbon Memorial Park will become the site of a new washroom, but unlike others, it’ll be designed to match the nearby greenery.

Whitewater’s Slopes for Hope

Raise money for cancer research and ski the vertical feet of Mt. Everest this weekend at Whitewater Ski Resort.

Plans to develop Morning Mountain in the works

New developments from the Nelson Cycling Club could have the Morning Mountain area become a designated cycling destination in the future.

Nelson man survives tree well

In just a matter of seconds, one Nelson man’s ski day turned into near death experience he’s not soon to forget.

Petrash to play NCAA hockey

The Nelson Leafs may have had a quick end to their season, but one of their senior players has been given an opportunity for a bright future

Inspiration not hard to find

A Kaslo woman is saddling up for the Ride to Conquer Cancer this summer, but is in need of support to get the wheels rolling.

Nelson Leafs head coach remains positive

Maida not dwelling on early demise of Nelson Leafs

Teachers rally at City Hall

Nelson Teachers gathered together at City Hall Wednesday

Selkirk College to make layoffs

An ever-tightening fiscal belt and sustained low enrollment at Selkirk College means administration and teaching staff layoffs will happen

Nelson skateboarders ride in the spirit of fun

Local skateboarders gathered at the NDYC last weekend for Skate Jam, a fun event to get youth together for a fun skateboard session.

Nelson Figure Skating Club’s show on ice

Slideshow: The Nelson Figure Skating Club hit the NDCC for their Wish Upon a Star Disney themed ice show

Nelson students walk out to support teachers

LVR students rallied together to show support for their teachers Friday.

More delays for Nelson hospital

The new emergency wing of the Kootenay Lake Hospital won’t see patients any time soon

Nelson teachers will walk Monday

Nelson teachers will take a stand Monday after the BC Teachers’ Federation gave their strike notice Thursday morning