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Since the mid-2000’s, the collapse of the Kootenay Lake fishery has been apparent, and well documented.

Prior to 2012, the Meadow Creek spawning channel has supported an average of 67.7 million kokanee eggs and an average of 693,000 spawners.

Since then, egg numbers have only...

Kootenay Columbia MP, Rob Morrison would like the public to consider nominating citizens in the riding for Platinum Jubilee Award pins.

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the accession to the Throne of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Canada’s longest reigning Sovereign....

Nelson Soccer Association teams won a large number of medals during the Terry Walgren Youth Soccer Tournament this past weekend at the Lakeside Fields.

Nelson Selects competed against teams from Creston, Fernie, Castlegar/Trail, Cranbrook and Columbia Valley during the weekend.

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KidSport Nelson would like invited the public to participate in JERSEY DAY FOR KIDSPORT ON MAY 25TH during KidSport Week across Canada.

KidSport Week runs from May 22-28.

For a donation of $2 or more, encourage employees, friends, students and staff to wear their favourite jersey...

Seven hundred and fifty miles. Icy water. No motors. No support.

Described as “the Iditarod on a boat with a chance of drowning or being eaten by a Grizzly bear,” this epic endurance race attracts the intrepid and unhinged who find their edge along a coastline that is as punishing as it is beautiful.

On June 1st at 7 p.m., The Race to Alaska Movie will be screening at...

As in-person events return across B.C. this summer, Elephant Mountain Literary Festival retakes the stage for visitors to the mountains and cultural scene of Nelson, B.C., June 23–26.

Most events take place at the Prestige Lakeside Resort, as well as venues around town.

Each year, EMLF unites top Canadian writers and local talent for a destination experience that the Toronto Star...

Protesters arrested for violating court-ordered injunction

Several individuals have been arrested for violating a court-ordered injunction granted to Cooper Creek Cedar Ltd. (CCC) on August 27, 2019 to conduct logging operations in an area known as Salisbury Creek near Argenta, British Columbia.

The order specifically prevents anyone from physically preventing, restricting or in any way physically interfering with or counseling other persons to...

As drivers hit the road this Victoria Day long weekend, ICBC (Insurance Cooporation of BC) and police are asking drivers to watch their speed.

ICBC said on average, 480 people are injured and three people are killed in 1,800 crashes — including 63 people injured in 270 crashes throughout the Southern Interior — in the province over Victoria Day long weekend.

ICBC said police are...