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Nelson dog walk closed for safety reasons
City crews have been struggling to keep dog walkers off the West Waterfront pathway since rising lake levels made it unsafe to use.
New traffic camera installed in Nelson
Drivers can use camera to check road conditions, particularly during winter months.
Kootenay Lake school district adds fee for bussing out-of-catchment students
SD8 will charge $20/month for students riding the bus to a school outside their catchment area
Pool not a skatepark, says City of Nelson
Recent improvements at the Gyro Park wading pool have attracted uninvited guests.
Kootenay Lake School board grilled
It was standing room only in the public gallery at the Kootenay Lake School District’s final board meeting before summer break.
Kootenay Lake at highest level since ’97
Lake reached a maximum elevation of 1752.2 feet on Tuesday.
Nelson squatter injured in fire
Man lived in a shake on Canadian Pacific Railway land
Plenty of horse power on Nelson’s waterfront
You’ve probably noticed Crystal Langford’s new ride on the roads along Nelson’s waterfront.
Nelson’s Mandala hits Energy Star mark
A Nelson area home builder has created BC’s first Energy Star-qualified house.
First female promoted to sergeant for Nelson Police
Sgt. Janet Scott-Pryke has worked for the NPD for 17 years, much of that time she was the lone female officer.
Nelson Select teams battle for provincial berths
In rainy conditions at Lakeside pitch on Saturday, four Nelson Selects teams battled for spots in next month's Provincial B Cup.
Nelson area ‘not out of this yet’
Relentless rains cause problems within city limits and in the regional district and despite partial relief Thursday
Nelson grads ready for next step
Grad weekend includes a formal ceremony Friday and the grand march, cavalcade and prom Saturday.
Rivers swell in Nelson area
The BC River Forecast centre issued a high streamflow advisory for the West and East Kootenays on Monday
Old Man Luedecke comes to Nelson
Old Man Luedecke brings his Chester, Nova Scotia inspired music to Nelson on Monday night.
ICBC maps show dangerous intersections in Nelson
Intersection of Vernon and Ward streets had the most motor crashes three out of five years, and is where two pedestrians were struck.
Council asked to create policy on public buildings
Local businessman doesn't wants the city to maintain control of the old Civic Theatre
UPDATED: Accident causes fuel spill near Nelson hospital
A parked dump truck rolled over the curb trapping the driver underneath and puncturing the fuel tank.
Nelson artist selling handwoven accessories at summer festivals
Local artist and weaver Branda Christofferson prepares for festival season.
Wassabi returns to Nelson stage
Wassabi Collective fans might be wondering what will happen to the reggae-fusion band now that two members have left Nelson.