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Fields set to get back in play

After a two week rest, Nelson’s Lakeside Park playing fields are back to their summer duties.
Never Too Early to Get Ready for the Race

Never Too Early to Get Ready for the Race

Ed Mannings (middle left) and the CIBC Wood Gundy staff deliver their annual sponsorship cheque to Larry Bickerton (middle right) of the Cyswog ’n’ Fun Triathlon committee.
Derby girls arrive at the Complex

Derby girls arrive at the Complex

The ladies on wheels are at it again with “Silence of the Jams,” a West Kootenay Women’s Roller Derby League event that hits Nelson this Saturday.
Silver for U17 girls in Kamloops

Silver for U17 girls in Kamloops

The Nelson U17 Selects once again showed that they may be a legitimate provincial contender after scoring silver at a competitive tournament in Kamloops last weekend.
Canucks win brings back memories of ‘94

Canucks win brings back memories of ‘94

The Vancouver Canucks earned a spot in the Stanley Cup final Tuesday 17 years to the day after Nelson’s Greg Adams gave them their last berth with a double overtime goal against Toronto.

Derby girls need space

Nelson’s roller derby teams are on the hunt for a new place to practice.

Game On: Get in on planning the future of sport

This fall, Recreation Commission No. 5 is commissioning the development of a Recreation Master Plan for our region. The purpose of this is to determine the factors that ensure the best possible delivery of sports and recreation services within our area. This includes fields, facilities, programs, coordination, support and anything else that involves sport and recreation. This is a very good thing.
Warmer waters heat up action on Kootenay Lake

Warmer waters heat up action on Kootenay Lake

Well it’s finally here. Spring has arrived and the weather has finally given us some nice days. With the warmer weather comes warmer water. This means it’s time for the fish to become more active. Yes, it’s our favorite time of the year.
Outdoor photo competition highlights talents of local pair

Outdoor photo competition highlights talents of local pair

At the end of an epic winter, the Expose Yourself competition judges awarded some amazing prizes to several deserving winners.

Squash players left scrambling for new court space

With condos set to take over their current space, city squash players are looking at building a new set of courts over the Nelson Curling Club.