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The Art Gibbon Memorial Park will become the site of a new washroom, but unlike others, it’ll be designed to match the nearby greenery.
New developments from the Nelson Cycling Club could have the Morning Mountain area become a designated cycling destination in the future.
In just a matter of seconds, one Nelson man’s ski day turned into near death experience he’s not soon to forget.
A Kaslo woman is saddling up for the Ride to Conquer Cancer this summer, but is in need of support to get the wheels rolling.
An ever-tightening fiscal belt and sustained low enrollment at Selkirk College means administration and teaching staff layoffs will happen
Nelson Teachers gathered together at City Hall Wednesday
Slideshow: The Nelson Figure Skating Club hit the NDCC for their Wish Upon a Star Disney themed ice show
LVR students rallied together to show support for their teachers Friday.
The new emergency wing of the Kootenay Lake Hospital won’t see patients any time soon
The Many in Motion tour will pass through Nelson April 19 and of the 30 medal bearers will be Ed Natyshak, Nelson's honourable medal bearer
Young and old gathered in Nelson's Mary Hall at Selkirk College to take part in a fundraiser for the new outdoor skatepark.
Skateboarders like Cosmo Rich are hoping that soon Nelson will be home to an outdoor skate park.
Nelson’s Carrie Fitzsimmons found out earlier this month that she won a brand new Toyota Highlander Hybrid
Update: The Nelson Leafs defeated the Beaver Valley Nitehawks 7-2
The Kootenay Coldsmoke Powder Festival is arriving at Whitewater Ski Resort once again, Feb. 24-26.
Video: You can find him several times a week at the Nordic Ski club, but he’s had to endure more than the average skier just to get there.
Student frustration is growing as the teacher’s strike continues to drag on.
The Nelson Leafs lost 6-3 to the Castlegar Rebels following a 6-2 win the night before.
Summer may be a long way away yet, but those seeking an adventure on their two-wheeled steed now have a new tour to mark on their calendars.
Trafalgar Middle School’s new code of conduct has engaged students beyond the detention room — it’s entirely student generated.