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Accused in Cusworth murder appears in court

Accused in Cusworth murder appears in court

The man accused of killing Nelson’s Jennifer Cusworth in 1993 appeared in court Monday for the start of six weeks of legal proceedings.
Pride weekend growing strong

Pride weekend growing strong

Nelson’s streets are going to be dressed in rainbow colours as the 15th annual Kootenay Pride gets going this week.
New transfer station site approved

New transfer station site approved

The Regional District of Central Kootenay has approved the purchase of a new Nelson transfer station site five kilometers west of the city, while leaving the door open to compensating its most affected neighbour.

Injured climber rescued off MacBeth Icefield

A climber who fell 40 feet (12 meters) down a waterfall at the MacBeth Icefield north of Kootenay Lake was evacuated by air Saturday.

Chamber boss laments HST’s loss

The manager of the Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce says the harmonized sales tax’s defeat in a mail-in referendum “seemed inevitable,” despite growing public sentiment to keep it.

Pizza driver dragged by own car

It’s the second pizza-related runaway in Nelson this month.

Transit expansion set for November

Additional bus runs between Nelson and the North Shore, Blewett, and Castlegar will begin in the fall.
Mungall applauds HST results

Mungall applauds HST results

Nelson-Creston MLA Michelle Mungall says she's “not surprised and very pleased” that BC residents have rejected the harmonized sales tax in a mail-in ballot.

Kootenays firmly against HST

All three Kootenay ridings voted overwhelmingly to get rid of the Harmonized Sales Tax, according to figures released today by ElectionsBC.

Grizzlies back in Rosemont

Bear Aware is reminding residents to educate themselves after a young grizzly was spotted in Rosemont.