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Schools coping with job action

Tuesday night’s Kootenay School District board meeting touched on the British Columbia Teachers Federation’s job action which has been in effect for three weeks.
Council Hops on Board

Council Hops on Board

Transit users new and old got a chance to hop on the bus for free on Thursday.

Rosemont rampage ends in arrest

Police responded to an assault in progress on Tuesday night at an apartment building in Rosemont.

Thieves hit local dealership

On Tuesday, West Kootenay Intergraded Road Safety Unit made a request for Nelson Police to attend Nelson Ford. Nelson Ford staff met with police and it was determined that one vehicle was stolen and two vehicles were damaged during the theft.
Planting the seeds of forestry's future

Planting the seeds of forestry's future

Grade 5 students from around Nelson spent some time out in the woods on Wednesday celebrating National Forestry Week.

Taking a different approach

Restorative justice is not a new concept to Nelson, but it’s not one many resort to or even know exists.
Turning the journey into a reading destination

Turning the journey into a reading destination

When school bus driver John Nykiforuk took over the Blewett run outside Nelson a few years ago, the behaviour of some of his young passengers was “well, pretty bad.”

Mungall looks to Topp

It may be early in the federal NDP leadership race, but MLA for Nelson-Creston Michelle Mungall declared her support last week for federal NDP president Brian Topp.
Cornerstone set to reveal secrets

Cornerstone set to reveal secrets

An 89-year-old time capsule in the cornerstone of the Anglican Church hall is expected to be removed Friday, ahead of the building’s sale.
Testing the Dragon's Power

Testing the Dragon's Power

A group of local dragon boaters were out on the water on Monday evening trying their best to pull a waterskier behind their boat.