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Hanoski trial to resume in December

Hanoski trial to resume in December

The trial of the man accused of burning down Ainsworth’s Silver Ledge Hotel will resume on December 8.

Early response to on-line survey impressive

Time is running out on your chance to make a difference in the future of Nelson Star.
Many hands help kitchen fix

Many hands help kitchen fix

With the change of seasons comes a change that has been in the works for more than year in the Our Daily Bread kitchen.
Spinning the wheel of history

Spinning the wheel of history

The history of pottery and ceramics dates back to 29,000 BCE, and even though local potter Eryn Prospero doesn’t draw inspiration from the ancient roots of her craft, her work does resemble pottery from the early 20th century.

Prescribed burn planned for park

BC Parks and the BC Wildfire Management Branch is scheduled to conduct prescribed burns [controlled fires] on 25 hectares in West Arm Provincial Park near Nelson as part of their fuel reduction and ecological restoration project.
Fashion through history’s lens

Fashion through history’s lens

For as long as civilization has existed fashion has been a part of it. Whether through the lack of it or not, clothing has always had great cultural and sometimes religious significance.

Kootenay Lake Hospital to get national air play

The maternity program at Nelson’s Kootenay Lake Hospital will be getting some national coverage this weekend.
CT scanner arrives

CT scanner arrives

It's a symbol of the future of health care in Nelson that that's been years in the making and took a massive community fundraising effort to bring it to reality. On Thursday afternoon the prized CT scanner finally arrived.

Local ties to float plane tragedy

Nelson city councillor Margaret Stacey’s niece, Master Cpl. Nicole Stacey, was one of two victims in the Twin Otter float plane crash last Thursday in the Northwest Territories.

City aims to simplify collection of debts

The City of Nelson is shifting it’s bylaw enforcement system to be more cost effective and socially responsible.