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James tackles childcare

James tackles childcare

All-day kindergarten for children three to four years old was on the table when former NDP leader Carole James stopped in Nelson.
Learning Centre celebrates opening

Learning Centre celebrates opening

The Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy celebrated the opening of the Learning Centre on Friday.
Who wants to ride the train?

Who wants to ride the train?

A group pushing for passenger rail traffic between Nelson and Procter is trying to get a handle on how many people might use the service.
Enrollment dips in Nelson schools

Enrollment dips in Nelson schools

Student numbers in the Kootenay Lake school district are down this year — but less than expected.
Ceremony for housing project postponed

Ceremony for housing project postponed

Work is already underway, but a groundbreaking ceremony for a supportive housing project on Anderson Street has been cancelled.
Movie screen remains dark

Movie screen remains dark

Looks like it will be a few months yet before the city seeks proposals again on its shuttered movie theatre.

Man arrested after police chase

Nelson police arrested a man this afternoon after a short chase that began in the mall parking lot.
Baseball takes another swing at Lions Park upgrade

Baseball takes another swing at Lions Park upgrade

The Nelson Baseball Association was back up to bat Monday as they made a formal presentation for upgrades of the diamond at Lions Park.
CBC’s Keating wins Webster award

CBC’s Keating wins Webster award

A story about a man with mental illness banished by a judge from Nelson has earned CBC Radio’s Bob Keating a Jack Webster award.
A silent reading movement at LVR

A silent reading movement at LVR

The hallways of L.V. Rogers were jammed with 400 students on Monday morning and not a peep could be heard.