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Rotary Leadership Institute graduates first class

Rotary Leadership Institute graduates first class

Compliments flowed about the value of Rotary Leadership Institute training as the first class of 15 graduates of the program celebrated at the historic Hume Hotel in Nelson on February 26.
Ski resort program marks 30

Ski resort program marks 30

The Ski Resort Operations and Management program at Selkirk College in Nelson is celebrating its 30-year anniversary as the longest running program of its kind in Canada.

Welcome spring with pancakes

What better way to celebrate the return of Daylight Saving Time than a scrumptious breakfast at the Passmore Lodge?

Science, dance, and Facebook

What’s Happening at L.V. Rogers with Kaitlyn Foot
Games Bring Students Together

Games Bring Students Together

Kids helping kids at Redfish

Get your team together for the annual MS Walk

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Register your team for the Scotiabank MS Walk in Nelson, sign up at least four members by March 15, and you will be entered to win a pizza party donated by Nelson’s Canadian 2 for 1 Pizza. You can register today at mswalks.ca
Bringing history alive

Bringing history alive

The co-founder of the Kootenay Storytelling Festival, a summer staple in Procter for close to a decade, has died at 74.
New atlas of the Columbia River Basin released

New atlas of the Columbia River Basin released

The team behind the Columbia River Basin Biodiversity Atlas is pleased to announce that, after much hard work and collaboration, a new version of the Atlas is now available for everyone to experience at: biodiversityatlas.org.
Community dollars set for launch

Community dollars set for launch

In less than two months, Community Dollars will hit the streets of the Columbia Basin, and Robert Strutin, the designer of the currency and Nelson creative director for IMU Studios, couldn’t be more excited.

Youth invited to apply for $2,000 CBT awards

Columbia Basin students graduating from high school are invited to apply for the Columbia Basin Trust Youth Community Service Awards, valued at $2,000 and awarded based on volunteer community service rather than academic standing.