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Who’s running for re-election?

Who’s running for re-election?

With municipal elections just over two months away, some Nelson city councillors are still on the fence about whether they will run for re-election in November.

UPDATED: Silver Ledge arson trial begins

The estranged partner of the man accused of burning Ainsworth’s historic Silver Ledge Hotel testified Tuesday that she warned him “Just don’t do anything stupid.”

August second-driest on record

Six straight months of cooler-than-average temperatures ended in August.
Province bucks up for Trafalgar playground

Province bucks up for Trafalgar playground

Nelson's Trafalgar Middle School will receive $50,000 in provincial funding for a new playground.

Man charged with threatening bylaw officer

A 31-year-old Nelson man is in trouble after allegedly threatening a bylaw enforcement officer on Thursday.
Looking good for 110

Looking good for 110

Slocan marked its 110th birthday Sunday with a pancake breakfast, parade, historical display, cake, spaghetti dinner, climbing wall, and other things.
Police remind drivers to slow down

Police remind drivers to slow down

Students of all ages will return to class next week and the Nelson Police Department is reminding drivers to slow down.
Frantic activity at Tenth Street dorms

Frantic activity at Tenth Street dorms

Although construction work has come down to the wire, Selkirk College’s Nelson dormitory will be ready to house students when school reopens on Tuesday.
Nightshade concerns parent

Nightshade concerns parent

Nelson has become home to a number of invasive species like Scotch thistle and broom, and one weed that has a particularly dark name has a local resident concerned.
Cash for Morning Mountain fix approved

Cash for Morning Mountain fix approved

The Regional District of Central Kootenay has set aside $12,000 for improvements at Morning Mountain in Blewett.