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All current Evacuation ALERTS remain in effect:

- Bulldog Mountain wildfire, affecting the area along Lower Arrow Lake from Renata to Shields
- Deer Creek wildfire, affecting the area from south of Deer Park at Cayuse Creek, northwest along the lake...

In a media release Sunday, the BC Wildfire Service said the weather permitting, crews will be conducting planned ignitions on the Meachen Creek wildfire located within the Meachen Creek drainage, approximately 10 kilometres southwest of St. Mary Lake in the Southeast Fire Centre.

The BC...

Nelson Youth Soccer grad Shianne Michalchuk is quickly getting accustomed to playing at the university level.

The NYS grad scored twice to spark Thompson Rivers University Wolfpack to a 3-1 victory over Columbia Basin College Saturday during an exhibition road trip to Washington State....

The BC Summer Swim Association has been in operation since 1958. With affiliates over 60 clubs in 60 communities in BC., the association hands out awards in four aquatic sports: Speed Swimming, Diving, Synchro & Water Polo during the annual championships, this year hosted this past weekend...

MarketFest will be returning to Nelson Friday, August 24 — so let the fun begin.

Downtown Baker Street will, once again, be transformed into a lively night market featuring 100 vendors, live music, dance performances, kids entertainment and more.

MarketFest is fun for the whole family, and is not to be missed. The MarketFest events runs from 6-10 p.m. A $5 donation for admission...

The Nelson Interfaith Climate Action Collaborative will be offering a free event for the  community to explore issues of Peace and Reconciliation with First Nations people on  Saturday, September 22, from 1-4 p.m. at St. Saviour’s Pro-Cathedral.

The event will begin with a gathering around the Peace Pole on the lawn at St. Saviour’s,  corner of Ward and Silica Streets, at 1 p.m. We will...

Truck fire sees pastor saving more than souls

A local pastor has apparently expanded her repertoire from saving locals from hellfire to saving locals from truck fires as well, after an incident Monday morning in Blueberry.

The incident occurred just after 11 a.m.

“I just so happened to look out my window and saw some really black smoke, and thought, ‘Well, that’s odd’,” said Kinnaird...

To help people affected by the wildfires that are burning around B.C., the Province of British Columbia will match all donations to the Red Cross, up to $20 million.

“The Red Cross is on the ground, helping people and communities affected by the wildfires burning around the province,” said Jennifer Rice, Parliamentary Secretary for Emergency Preparedness. “The Province is supporting...