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EDITORIAL: Value for money
Overall the total compensation paid to the mayor and six councillors would rise from $146,000 per year to $148,000.
EDITORIAL: Heroic efforts
The pilot owes his life to the brave people who rushed to the flaming wreckage and managed to pull him to safety.
EDITORIAL: Parents’ dilemma
The ongoing labour strife between the province and its teachers has basically put the students’ futures on hold.
EDITORIAL: More the merrier
There are more candidates just waiting to announce their intentions to run for council.
EDITORIAL: Welcome, Shambhala festival-goers
The annual Shambahla Music Festival is upon us this weekend. The Star has been on record for several years as an unabashed supporter.
EDITORIAL: Compensate all Johnsons Landing owners
How much are Johnsons Landing property owners supposed to take?
EDITORIAL: Crunching numbers
Black Press papers in the West Kootenay decided to join forces to bring a more complete picture to the financial statements.
EDITORIAL: Make a choice
But how do we differentiate between those who truly need help and those who just want a hand out?
EDITORIAL: Ready for silly season
2014 is an election year and silly season, as it is sometimes referred to, will begin once children return to school in September.
EDITORIAL: Canadian pride
If you were one of the thousands of people who attended the Canada Day festivities last weekthen you were likely filled with Canadian pride.
EDITORIAL: Too many deaths
This year there seems to have been a higher than normal number of missing persons reports, many ending tragically.
EDITORIAL: Spending breakdown
Regional District of Central Kootenay director Andy Davidoff is asking for a community- by-community breakdown of RDCK spending.
EDITORIAL: It could be a long summer
The BC teachers strike, which began in full yesterday, is an example of questionable timing.
EDITORIAL: Wildlife woes
Nelson residents have had some close encounters with wildlife in the past few days.
EDITORIAL: Strike: Taking sides
Here in the Kootenay it appears that momentum may have swung in favour of the teachers, all because of a letter written by Dr. Todd Kettner.
EDITORIAL: Crime and loss
Just think for a minute about all the crime and tragedy that has occurred in the past few months.
When the directors voted to go with a more expensive quote, many members of the public questioned that decision.
EDITORIAL: Tragedy on the lake
Tragic. No other word suffices when talking about the canoe mishap that occurred on Slocan Lake on the weekend.
EDITORIAL: Robbery questions remain
The Nelson Police Department and Nelson RCMP deserve congratulations for the teamwork they showed in apprehending the pair on April 25.
EDITORIAL: 10 points = $20,000
But the RDCK decided to go with the more expensive bid, which scored 10 points higher on an evaluation scale out of a total of 1,250 points.