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South Nelson kids prepare for Hansen tour

South Nelson kids prepare for Hansen tour

Students at South Nelson Elementary School make their Rick Hansen medal crafts for next week's events.
‘A disturbing experience’

‘A disturbing experience’

Surrey-Fleetwood NDP MLA Jagrup Brar tried living on welfare in January, and toured West Kootenay on Wednesday to talk about it.
A deeper connection to Hansen relay for Nelson pair

A deeper connection to Hansen relay for Nelson pair

Keith Williams and Jemma Rezansoff will both carry the specially designed medal that is being passed by more than 7,000 Canadians
Nelson’s Capitol Theatre not part of Civic Theatre picture

Nelson’s Capitol Theatre not part of Civic Theatre picture

Nelson’s Capitol Theatre is purchasing a projector but will not be taking on the role of a movie theatre.
Nelson city council set to divide up the pie

Nelson city council set to divide up the pie

Nelson city council faces tough decisions after more than 50 community groups and organizations made presentations for CBT funds.
Excavator removed from Kootenay Lake

Excavator removed from Kootenay Lake

The excavator that fell into Kootenay Lake from a Canadian Pacific railcar last weekend has been removed from the water.
Ready for a real world app

Ready for a real world app

Selkirk College’s Tenth Street Campus was full of students this week as they prepared for their year end show titled Geekshow.
Surprised to be in focus

Surprised to be in focus

The award nominated photo taken during the Occupy Nelson zombie walk will be presented at the first of two award ceremonies Saturday.
Safety check on Whitewater road garners mixed results

Safety check on Whitewater road garners mixed results

On Sunday afternoon members of the West Kootenay Road Safety Unit and Nelson RCMP conducted a road safety check on Highway 6
Stickers help divide Salmo’s Columbia Basin Trust pie

Stickers help divide Salmo’s Columbia Basin Trust pie

Over 300 Salmo and area residents played Santa Claus for a night, helping distribute $60,000 in Columbia Basin Trust funding.