Local News

Group wants Nelson considered for basic income

The province is studying a possible pilot project

Arts therapy school applying to offer master’s degree

Kutenai Art Therapy Institute hopes to have a program in place next year

Daycare funding news greeted with tears

Emotional reaction to Mungall’s visit

  • Feb 22nd, 2018

COLUMN: Violence and bullying very much alive in school

Nelson mother says real change is needed

  • Feb 22nd, 2018

Nelson Greyhound cuts approved

Service will be reduced to two trips in each direction per week

Contest woos creative workers to Kaslo

Fun stunt highlights serious concern for rural B.C. towns

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Syrian refugee family moves to Nelson from Castlegar, Turkey and Damascus

Castlegar Complex goes to referendum

Area-by-area voting will happen before summer

Winlaw man dead after collision near Slocan Park

Nelson RCMP are asking for witnesses after Sunday incident

COLUMN: What’s up with the low grad rates?

SD8 numbers are far below the provincial average

  • Feb 19th, 2018

Tailings site near Salmo could be remediated

The tailings came from the historic Jersey-Emerald mine

Greyhound service cuts decision expected next week

Nelson could see its bus service reduced on Wednesday

Nelson to review city council pay levels

The results would apply to the next council following the municipal election this fall

Petition: reinstate band program at Mt. Sentinel

SD8 superintendent is surveying Slocan Valley students to gauge interest

Polly on the mend after surgery

Dog loses toe, but ‘doing well’

Logging planned for Cottonwood Lake and Apex areas

The private land to be logged is owned by Nelson Land Corporation headed by Mike Jenks

Destination BC’s Highway 3 destination development strategy set to debut

The final draft of a destination development strategy for the Highway 3 corridor is ready.

Quick action by Trail native saves a father’s life

“For those of you that haven’t taken a CPR course, maybe it’s time,” says Bruce Moffat.

Number of students graduating from Grade 12 on the decline

A ministry report shows School District 8 students continuing to struggle

Nelson buys Flower Power

Those colourful metal flowers at the Highway 6 intersection have been purchased by the city