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Nelson Leafs lose 3-2 to Spokane but remain positive for the rest of the season despite "bump in the road."
The Nelson Junior Leafs are aiming to come back strong this weekend against Spokane.
For the first time, Whitewater is offering customers the option of purchasing their lift tickets in town
Stewart Minns and Cal Renwick of Nelson Toyota present a donation of $450 to Major Robin Borrows of the Salvation Army
After several years of little progress with the project, the Kalein Hospice House finally has a home.
A new campaign initiated by L.V. Rogers students aims to help support their peers through difficult times.
It’s only the beginning of the season, but the L.V. Rogers senior boys basketball team seem to be on their way to a good campaign.
St. Joseph's Elementary held its annual Christmas showcase on Wednesday night at the Capitol Theatre.
After nearly 21 years of serving the community, the owners of the Gravity Climbing Centre received their eviction notice.
Slideshow: Visually impaired skiers learned cross-country ski techniques with the help of a guide this month at the Apex facility
A local artist’s journey from cottage industry to international business is just one example of how hard work and dedication can pay off.
Auxiliary firemen were run through the ropes earlier this month at the Selkirk College training facility.
L.V. Rogers leadership students put together a fundraiser earlier this month to help local families in need during the holiday season.
Santa poses with his furry friend at the Nelson SPCA.
The Nelson Leafs opened strong in their first Bantam Rep Tournament game Saturday morning defeating Revelstoke 4-0.
Kootenay School of the Arts students are hard at work preparing for the annual Winter Exhibition and Sale this weekend.
The L.V. Rogers Bombers made easy work of the Rossland Royals on Tuesday night at The Hangar
A slideshow of Santa on Baker Street as he arrived into Nelson Friday.
The Holiday Train is set to light up Nelson this holiday season in hope of spurring people to give back to their local food banks.
Alex Atamenenko introduced a bill Tuesday that aims to put more power in the hands of the taxpayer