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Shambhala digs deep for Selkirk

Shambhala digs deep for Selkirk

The Shambhala Music Festival has carved a permanent mark on the community much deeper than the sounds that echo through the Kootenay every August.

UPDATED: Who won? A complete list

Click here for a comprehensive list of results in Saturday's local government and school district elections in West Kootenay Boundary.

New secretary-treasurer named

The Kootenay Lake school district has hired Kim Morris as its new secretary-treasurer.
Missing woman has Nelson link

Missing woman has Nelson link

A White Rock woman whom police say has spent time around Nelson is missing.
UPDATED: Mickel faces challengers

UPDATED: Mickel faces challengers

It will be at least a three-person race in Area F of the Regional District of Central Kootenay, as two people have come forward to challenge incumbent Ron Mickel.
Wall Street backlash coming to Nelson

Wall Street backlash coming to Nelson

Baker Street may be a long way from Wall Street, but an Occupy Nelson demonstration is being organized in solidarity with what is currently going on in New York City’s financial district.

Youths nabbed in Salmo break-ins

Three boys have been arrested following a residential break and enter on 2nd Street in Salmo around 9 a.m. Sunday.
UPDATED: Teachers want more school board candidates

UPDATED: Teachers want more school board candidates

Nelson’s teachers’ union is hoping to see more names on next month’s ballot for school trustee.

New guard rail proves its worth

Police say a Nelson resident is lucky city crews were busy making local roads a little safer on Wednesday.

Mall security guard punched

A 27-year-old Nelson man is expected to be charged with assaulting a peace officer after a security guard was punched at the Chahko Mika Mall Thursday morning.