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A Chinese New Year Renewal Celebration in support of the Nelson Food Bank is being held Saturday (January 25) at 385 Suite #2 Baker Street in Nelson.

The event is hosted by Dr. Michael Smith, Qi Gong for Energetic Cleansing and Decluttering; Laurel T. Colins, The Beautiful Living Coach...

The Regional District of Central Kootenay is joining forces with the province to encourage residents to replace their old wood stoves with cleaner burning models.

The RDCK is collaborating with local municipalities to help residents burn better through the Wood Stove Exchange Rebate...

The L.V. Rogers Bombers kick open the Hangar doors to play host to the Kootenay Classic 2020 High School Boys Basketball Tournament Friday and Saturday.

The Bombers open the tournament against Prince Charles of Creston at 112:45 p.m. before five other teams, Mount Baker Wild of Cranbrook...

Glacier Gymnastics is hosting its first major event of the competitive season when the Nelson-based club welcomes gymnasts to the Judges Cup Saturday at the Civic Centre Facility.

Teams from throughout the Kootenays are expected to attend.

Competition begins bright and early...

The Kootenay Home Educators (KHE) are excited to present our 13th annual musical theatre performance Let the Games Begin, a Musicline school musical, in the second week of March.

Prepare to be dazzled by a comedic musical score including a charismatic Kootenay-based cast of home learners ages 5 to 16.

When 3 technology obsessed youngsters visit their grandfather, he is baffled by...

Rave reviews for upcoming Capitol Season show Infinity.

Volcano Theatre’s Infinity will be on the Capitol Theatre stage Friday, January 24 at 7:30 p.m., and it’s going to be incredible.

“Think Tom Stoppard meets Marriage Story,” suggests Jerry Wasserman (Vancouver Sun).

Three brilliant minds — a musician, a mathematician, and a theoretical physicist — collide like...

Hugh L. Keenleyside Navigational Lock limited reopening

BC Hydro has now completed temporary repairs to the floating guidewall and debris boom at the Hugh L. Keenleyside Dam, and the navigational lock will return to limited operations for commercial use only as of Wednesday, January 22. The lock will remain closed for recreational use until additional works can be completed.  We anticipate that the lock will return to normal operations this...

Every high-income country with universal health care allows private medical insurance to cover some necessary health-care costs, except Canada, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.

Currently, the provinces prohibit or severely restrict the ability of Canadians to pay privately for medically necessary...