June 19

Nelson students rock-a-thon pays dividends

Funds raised through the rock-a-thon organized by St. Joseph School were given to four local charities last week.

Funds raised through the rock-a-thon organized by St. Joseph School were given to four local charities last week.

On hand from left to right were student Dylan Mowery, organizer Sheri Allarie, Pat Dooley from Friends of the Family, Leona Dimock from the MS Society, student Angelia Thomson, Wendi Thomson from the MS Society, student Devan Andrusak, Bill McDonnell from Kidsport Nelson, Nancy Liknes from the Heart and Stroke Foundation and student Carson Vanhorne. The rock-a-thon was held on May 31 to raise funds for the school with local charities also benefitting.

Just Posted

UPDATE: Tsunami warning cancelled for coastal British Columbia

Warning issued following 7.9 earthquake off Kodiak, AK

VIDEO: Dramatic video shows return of rescued snowboarders

Two snowboarders found safe near Rossland, B.C.

Cops investigate crime spree link

Two suspects arrested in Grand Forks

Nelson bumps up cost of east Blewett fire service

The 20 per cent increase will amount to approximately $56 per year for a $400,000 home

Judgment reserved in Nakusp school sex trial

Trial concluded today with lawyer’s summations

Tsunami warnings 101: Canada

Here are some things to know about tsunami alerts in Canada and how they work

Living with dying in the Kalein Day Hospice Program

A personal look at death from a support group member

Videos of Nelson council meetings now online

Meetings will be live streamed and linked to the online agenda

PeeWee Leafs strike gold again

The team has won two tournaments this month

Female goalie from Golden wins first Junior B game

Female goalie believed to be league’s first to play a full game and win

Nelson Leafs lose to Nitehawks on last-minute goal

The game was played to finish a postponed contest in December

CBT to provide 100 new child care spaces

Nelson Waldorf School is also getting money for a roof

Castlegar homicide victim identified

The victim was 38-year-old Jordan Workman of Castlegar, B.C.

B.C. Liberal leadership candidates get one last prime-time pitch

Leadership campaign to be decided in Feb. 3 vote

Most Read