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Tyhlor Kahret's spent decades flying where most dream about. From big budget films to harrowing search and rescue missions he's seen it all
Whitewater hosts its third annual winter celebration this weekend.
The annual Nelson Ford Novice Shootout took to the ice this past weekend
The Nelson Leafs lost 4-3 against the Fernie Ghostriders Saturday in overtime at the NDCC.
Get your kilt fitted and blow the dust off your bagpipes for the annual Robbie Burns dinner at the Nelson Eagles Hall.
At Tuesday’s Kootenay Lake School Board meeting, trustees voted 8-1 to expand the Wildflower School program in Creston and Nelson.
After their first race weekend, the Whitewater Ski Team is off to a great start with one of the largest representations in years.
The Nelson Leafs aim to put up a good fight against the Fernie Ghostriders this weekend with the return of one of their leading scorers.
Amidst the beauty of Peru, Nelson’s Nathan Beninger has been working with heartbreaking fallout of child prostitution.
Slideshow: Nelson Leafs bounce back from Friday's loss with a 5-2 win against Grand Forks
Nelson’s first child of 2012 came right on cue and wasted no time.
The Leafs made an astonishing recovery after trailing 0-2 to Princeton Friday but were unable to hang on, losing 5-4 in double overtime.
High profile guests in Nelson like Travis Rice and NBC’s Today show is evidence that something big is about to happen.
Property assessment notices are being delivered to more than 17,000 property owners in the area
Riding his telemark skis, Nelson’s Robbie Kalabis pulls off some tricky air at Whitewater Ski Resort last weekend.
The Nelson Junior Leafs are gearing up for a double header this weekend with the Princeton Posse and the Grand Forks Border Bruins.
Each season has its share of highs and lows, but as far as precipitation goes this winter we’ve only seen the lows.
MLA Michelle Mungall speaks at Our Daily Bread in Nelson during an annual community holiday lunch that was held before Christmas.
Local climbers are rallying together after the recent announcement of the closure of the Nelson climbing gym.
More than 30 people took part in the annual Polar Bear Swim at Lakeside Park beach on Sunday morning.