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A Flowing River... Honest

A Flowing River... Honest

The soccer fields at Lakeside Park became one paraglider’s canvas Saturday.
Reflection on a New Reality

Reflection on a New Reality

Volunteer face painter Laura Kirby gives Cyrus Smith, 4¾, his first look at his new colouring at the It’s All About the Kids fair and swap.

Downstream benefits demand

Premier Bennett says British Columbia will insist on 50 per cent or more of downstream benefits accruing from the projected Columbia River power development
Qigong Cash

Qigong Cash

Kootenay Christian Fellowship’s Michelle Fillion (right) receives $1,000 toward the purchase of the Savoy Hotel from the Kootenay Qigong group (from left, Ming Kit Kwan, Lily Mayall, and Barb Bond).

What’s your story?

Who do you think you are? Once upon a time… in everyone’s life, we were a “little bundle of joy.” We come into the world with our joy. Everyone has a never-ending supply.

Care to Learn puts on family fundraiser

Care to Learn Day Care Centre is hosting a fair and swap on Saturday at Central School.
Welcoming Committee

Welcoming Committee

The Nelson Welcome Wagon recognized some of its longtime sponsors this week.

Growing love for science

Science World British Columbia is hosting a workshop Wednesday, March 30 at Selkirk College in Nelson to for adults looking to encourage kids to become more enthusiastic about science.

Check this out: At the Corner of Hopes and Dreams

You’re standing at the corner of Stanley and Victoria, just outside the library (Nelson’s cultural epicenter).

Local schools in Green Games

L.V. Rogers high school and Blewett Elementary are competing in Science World’s Green Games competition and asking for Nelson’s help in securing funding for environmental endeavors.