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‘Weekend of medals’ for Nelson Selects
U13 to U15 girls and boys bring home five medals after weekend tournaments in Sandpoint and Revelstoke.
Former Neptunes swimmer sets sights on Rio Paralympics
IPC Worlds bronze medal winner and Parapan Am four medal winner Sarah Mehain getting ready for qualifiers.
With the last days of summer upon us, outdoor soccer will soon turn to the indoors.
Dancers of Damelahamid share abundance
Hailing from the northwest coast of BC, dancers shared story, song and dance distinct to their Gitxsan ancestry.
AIDS Walk for Life sends message ‘ignorance is the worst disease’
Saturday's Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life, organized by Nelson ANKORS, raised $12,000.
UPDATED: Classic car show cruises Queen City
The Nelson Road Kings host an impressive 13th annual Queen City Cruise in Nelson this weekend with 400 classic beauties.
KIJHL: Fernie Ghostriders take Nelson Leafs 4-3
The Nelson Leafs stronger play in the final period made for an exciting game.
KIJHL: Nelson Leafs lose to Kelowna Chiefs 3-0
The Leafs played well in spite a rookie defence, mixed with first game of the season jitters.
KIJHL: Leafs start regular season Friday against Kelowna
Leafs finish exhibition pre-season three for four against Nitehawks and Rebels.
KIJHL: Leafs walloped by Nitehawks in second exhibition game
Leafs take Beaver Valley in first exhibition game of the season only to be walloped 6-2 in Fruitvale Saturday
Mountainous Sufferfest gaining momentum
West Kootenay hamlets Kaslo,New Denver,and Nakusp played host to a mountain marathon, mountain biking, cyclocross and duathlon.
Kootenay pride and joy
Today's pride parade was just one of several events of the 19th Kootenay Pride Festival in Nelson this weekend.
Rainbow crosswalk appears in Nelson
A day after heavy rains, a new type of rainbow appeared in Nelson just in time for the Pride Parade.
UPDATED: Nelson rainbow crosswalk creators take a bow
The newly-painted crosswalk created a sense of wonder among pedestrians, asking the question-who did this?
New Democratic Party opens Nelson campaign office
Federal NDP Kootenay-Columbia candidate Wayne Stetski gathered with supporters at the Nelson campaign office this morning.
Rose blossoms and petals adorn Cottonwood Falls Park
Rose blossoms and petals brightened Cottonwood Falls Park today. The colourful accents…
Hungry bear searches for food in Fairview
Secure garbage, compost, waste products and manage attractants such as fruit laden trees to reduce confrontations with wildlife.
Kootenay Sufferfest gaining momentum
Three West Kootenay hamlets play host to a mountain marathon, cross country mountain biking, cyclo-cross and duathlon this weekend.
Sailors ready for Gray Creek regatta
Skippers are getting ready to set sail for the annual Gray Creek Regatta at Crawford Bay this long weekend.
Leafs take Nitehawks 3-2 in first exhibition game of the season
The Nelson Leafs win their first of four exhibition games.