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Regional District of Central Kootenay director Andy Davidoff is asking for a community- by-community breakdown of RDCK spending.
This year there seems to have been a higher than normal number of missing persons reports, many ending tragically.
Nelson residents have had some close encounters with wildlife in the past few days.
How much are Johnsons Landing property owners supposed to take?
Black Press papers in the West Kootenay decided to join forces to bring a more complete picture to the financial statements.
The pilot owes his life to the brave people who rushed to the flaming wreckage and managed to pull him to safety.
There are more candidates just waiting to announce their intentions to run for council.
The ongoing labour strife between the province and its teachers has basically put the students’ futures on hold.
The annual Shambahla Music Festival is upon us this weekend. The Star has been on record for several years as an unabashed supporter.
Elections are both a boon and a curse to the newsroom and coverage is a double-edged sword.
While federal and provincial elections seem to get all the glory, local elections actually have the most impact on the common person’s life.
Overall the total compensation paid to the mayor and six councillors would rise from $146,000 per year to $148,000.
With students returning to school this week, we wonder why Friday will be a day off for the kids.
It gives us no pleasure to report today on the internal problems of the Kootenay Co-op board.
Cst. Drew Turner is a disgrace to the Nelson Police Department and should be fired forthwith.
As with any recreational activity, there are some risks involved.
This is the time when many charitable organizations collect the majority of their donations.
It seems fitting to be going to the polls now, considering on Tuesday we were all paying homage to those who have fallen in battle.
For the record, we agree with SD #8 choice. As far as we’re concerned, it’s good fiscal policy.
Now that the final votes have been cast, tallied and announced, it’s time for municipalities and rural areas to get back to business.