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The Nelson player was traded to the Nitehawks on Saturday.
The Nelson middle school was full of team spirit on Thursday night.
More than $10,000 in cash was divided up, with Kelowna taking first place and top dollar, followed by Castlegar and Nelson.
The Nelson athlete and her teammates are training in Victoria through the winter to prepare for the 2016 World Championships in Australia.
All of the 38 booths at the open event are showcasing their services for free with many give-a ways and on the spot services.
A last minute goal by the Nitehawks brought the game into overtime. BV then managed to score a third goal in the final OT minute.
The testing includes self-defense with free sparring and two-on-one sparring, knife attacks and Poomse — a series of moves or patterns.
KidSport Nelson is encouraging businesses to wear favourite sports jerseys and donate on Friday.
The young Nelson athletes will take the show on the road this weekend.
The Bombers travelled to Victoria to face fierce competition. Their stellar play was a great end to the season.
The nuptial fair was full of wedding ideas and services for brides and grooms-to-be.
Nelson's Trafalgar middle school volleyball teams continue to play well.
Public opposition, impact on ski-touring and snowmobiling industries and environmental values were factors in the Ministry's decision.
Nelson’s McKenna Bennett named player of the year for Kootenay West Academy Centre.
Nelson's major midgets hockey team lose to the Cariboo Cougars on home ice.
The middle school's girls volleyball team continues to dominate.
Leafs said farewell to their six game winning streak after facing off with the Okanagan division team.
The day after the federal election, a Nelson Star reporter looks back on recent events while hiking up the Flagpole trail.
Rainy conditions and solid competition from JL Crowe made it difficult for the Nelson boys to gain a win.
The West Kootenay Eco-Society run market is done for the winter.