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Two Nelson cyclists offered spots in World Cycling Tour
Jim Wheeler and Shelly Adams qualified for worlds during the Granfondo Axel Merckx in Penticton
Salmo tailing pond repairs total more than $800,000
The bulk of the emergency funds were spent on reconstruction of the failed part of the dam and monitoring costs
Teck bonuses fuel local economy
Several million dollars could be injected into the regional economy after Teck Trail Operations handed signing bonuses to 1,300 employees.
New wine laws arrive in Nelson
At least a few Nelson restaurants are embracing a change in BC liquor laws to allow patrons to bring their own bottle of wine to dinner.
Nelson receives greetings from China
Representatives from the Chinese Consulate in Vancouver visited Nelson on Friday to meet with local dignitaries and Chinese residents.
Help get Nelson’s streetcar running
Volunteers and financial contributions needed to help rebuild a flooded section of track
Red Cross collecting for Johnsons Landing evacuees
The Canadian Red Cross is collecting donations to help those affected by the landslide in Johnsons Landing.
Community dollars go into circulation in Nelson
Local currency can be purchased from non-profits and spent at participating businesses.
UPDATED: Sudden rain storm floods Nelson streets
Streets of Nelson briefly flooded during sudden storm
Taking food issues to television
Deconstructing Dinner needs to raise $60,000 to produce a tv mini-series
Kootenay to Kitimat caravan hits the road
Caravan will deliver a proclamation of solidarity with the people on the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline route.
Blocked creek likely caused Johnsons Landing landslide
Terrain stability specialist says water built up and pushed free a chunk of the mountain
Saying goodbye to Gordon Sargent
After 40 years of collaborative learning in multi-age classrooms, the Gordon Sargent school will no longer be recognized as its own program.
Kootenay Co-op sets course for Nelson Commons
The Kootenay Co-op has plenty to celebrate this weekend.
Drying trend should help the mess in the Nelson area
There’s not much the City of Nelson can do about the swampy mess at Lakeside Park.
MarketFest premieres in Nelson
Market goers took to Nelson's Baker Street on Friday night for the first MarketFest of the season.
The party will happen in Nelson
Rain or shine, Canada Day events will be going on all day Sunday at Lakeside Park.
Kootenay Lake School District chops Nelson Resource Centre
Nelson district resource centre librarian talks about the elimination of the Kootenay Lake School District centre.
The state of homelessness in Nelson
Nelson Committee on Homelessness issues fourth annual report card
Kids raise money for kids in Nelson
Grounded Coffee House annual art sale set for this Thursday