Tyler Harper

Greyhound: rider numbers dropping in Nelson

Stats provided by the company show a decline over the last four years

Nelson Leafs earn wins in Golden, Invermere

The Leafs are ahead by three points atop the division

Crawford Bay celebrates new playground

A grand opening for the renovated site is set for Sunday afternoon

Nelson recreation task force releases report

The document suggests 26 changes to local recreation

Nelson Leafs edged on late OT goal in Kimberley

The Leafs fell 2-1 for the second time this season against the Dynamiters

Surveying West Kootenay food banks and shelters

Here’s what each community in the region offers

Nelson considers laneway housing

Staff are working with Small Housing B.C. on guidelines for pre-approved designs

Leafs hammer Braves for third straight win

Ryan Piva scored twice as Nelson kept pace atop the division

Nelson Leafs put down Rebels, 7-3

Nelson scored four goals in the third period en route to the win

Dara Sutton knows how to solve homelessness

Sutton was in town Wednesday to speak about Medicine Hat’s success

Affordable housing panel brings new perspectives

The event held Wednesday featured seven speakers and plenty of insight

Nelson soccer kicks off for Kerry Dyck

A weekend fundraising tournament raised $3,000 for the NYS president, who has cancer

Leafs rebound with 4-0 win over Spokane

Ryan Cooper scored twice for Nelson in an easy win

Nelson Squash Club gets new president

Blair Weston is taking over for Pat Hodgson

Nelson Leafs get dose of reality in loss to Nitehawks

The 2-1 defeat snapped Nelson’s four-game winning streak

Nelson’s Reece Hunt added to Team B.C. roster

Hunt will again compete at the national women’s U18 hockey championship

Kootenay Martial Artists earn their belts

Fifteen athletes did their testing with grandmaster Brenda Sell

Nelson vigil honours missing, murdered Indigenous women

The event was held Wednesday evening outside City Hall.

PHOTOS: Wildflower shows off its new bee hive

Would you like some tea with your bees?

Nelson CARES unveils housing project

The 47-unit building for seniors and disabled people is expected to be completed by early 2020