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Nelson again marked the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women with a memorial outside the Provincial Courthouse and City Hall.

The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women remembers 14 people who were murdered because they were women, at...

Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation is excited to announce our Online Art Auction & 50/50 Raffle.

As part of the Foundation Light Up The Hospital! campaign, Ivan and Mary Smith have graciously donated 13 prints by Carl Brenders, Stephen Lyman and Daniel Smith.

“Prior to his...

The Mount Sentinel Wildcats will roll out the red carpet to host the BC High School Single-A Girl's Volleyball Championships this week at the South Slocan school.

BC High School Sports, along with the host venues of numerous volleyball provincial championships, have been scrambling to...

Following a year of heartache due to the suspension of High School sports in BC as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, basketball is back.

And the L.V. Rogers Bombers took little time to shake off any rust, knocking off Kelowna Senior Secondary B Squad 72-68 in the final of the South...

At the Nelson and District Youth Centre, youth can climb, dance, shoot hoops or do tricks on their skateboards. Since 1997, young people have been gathering under its roof to interact and have fun. It’s an impressive location—and lately, the activities available to this area’s youth are extra impressive.

That’s because, for about five years, the Nelson Youth Action Network (NYAN) has...

On the evening of December the 17th, local songwriters and vocal talents will be performing at the Nelson United Church to support the second annual crowdfund put on by The Community Ascent Network, or CAN.

The show will feature singers Liz Arnason, Hannah Deboer-Smith (KERN), and Veronique Trudel in three sets, all performing original songs, and backed up in full by The Commiseration...

Kootenay Savings helps grant holiday wishes

Kootenay Savings Credit Union is helping the holiday season come a little early this year for seventeen diverse and dedicated community groups and service clubs. In keeping with the credit union’s proud tradition of investing in the well-being of those living, working and playing in the Kootenays, the Kootenay Savings Community Foundation is excited to...

A study led by Simon Fraser University researchers has found that the retreat of glaciers in the Pacific mountains of western North America could produce more than 6,000 kilometres of potential new Pacific salmon habitat by the year 2100.

The researchers modelled glacier retreat under different climate change scenarios — essentially ‘peeling back the ice’ from 46,000 glaciers between...