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Nelson Hydro project raises concerns
An Uphill resident is disappointed to see Nelson Hydro installing new power poles in front of his home.
Fundraiser set for pedestrian hit by vehicle
Lindsay Ann Wheatley, a 28-year old mother and musician, required reconstructive surgery on her pelvis after the accident.
The making of Nelson’s pantomime
Laurie Jarvis wrote an directed this year's Christmas pantomime
Vote for Nelson: Powder’s ski town voting opens today
The countdown is on for opening day at Whitewater Ski Resort — the first day to catch a chair up the mountain is Friday, December 7.
Nelson folk singer celebrates new CD
Soniko Waira plays The Royal on Tuesday, November 27.
Sherlock Holmes comes to the Capitol in Nelson
Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of Buskerville, written and directed by Laurie Jarvis, features a cast of more than 40 volunteer actors.
Cupboards are bare at Nelson food bank
The Salvation Army food bank had to close its doors this week because it didn't have enough non-perishables to give out.
What the US marijuana vote means to the Kootenay
Washington State now has a more progressive marijuana law than BC.
Nazareth promoters on the hook for ticket refunds
Bill Stack, co-owner of Revolution Audio in Nelson, says he'll refund Nazareth ticket holders out of pocket — when he has the money
Chamber shines at gala dinner
Nelson Chamber of Commerce held its annual gala dinner and auction on Saturday
How to dispose of fall leaves in Nelson
City crews will collect boulevard leaves that are raked onto the side of the road, but disposing of yard leaves is up to homeowners
Hundreds await refunds from cancelled Nazareth concert
Refunds were expected on November 1, but the concert promoter is still trying to get the deposit back from the bands
SD8 student, teacher numbers increase
Student enrolment increased by 53 students this year, and five new teaching positions were created
New Nelson washroom ‘not just for hippies in the bush’
The new eco-friendly public washroom is now open at Art Gibbon Memorial Park in Rosemont
Rossland/Nelson onto next round in Ski Town Throw Down
In a two day competition to collect the most Facebook votes, the local hills beat Maine's Sugaloaf ski hill 1,309 to 1,028.
A lifetime of burlesque
Nelson's Judith Stein, 64, started dancing burlesque in her 20s and plans to keep doing it for as long as she can walk in her heels
Room renovations underway at Hume Hotel
It will take three years to complete the five-phase renovation project, starting on the top floor of the hotel and working down.
Rossland/Nelson in the running for title of Best Ski Town
Voting begins Wednesday in a Facebook competition hosted by POWDER magazine.
First snowfall at Whitewater
On Tuesday, local hill received seven centimeters of snow and another five fell the next day.
Changes coming to Nelson’s garbage routes
Affected households will receive notice of the change by mail in early November.