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For the second time in less than a month customers of Nelson Hydro were left in the dark after the City of Nelson and surrounding areas experienced a system-wide outage.

The outage occurred shortly after noon Sunday, lasting for a few hours for most of City of Nelson users.

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The Liver Clinic located in the Kootenay Lake Hospital has new equipment generously funded through the KLH Foundation, that has already made a big difference for hundreds of patients in the Kootenays.

“Having the fibroscan here benefits East/West Kootenay patients as we...

The Nelson Boxing Club has been making waves here in the Heritage City.

Now the club has found a spot in the provincial ring after returning from the B.C. Boxing Provincials in Abbotsford with a handful of medals — a few of the gold colour.

Riel Martinez, Samson...

The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League’s second season officially kicks off Friday on eight fronts as 16 teams begin the final push to dethrone the Beaver Valley Nitehawks as champs.

The Nelson Leafs lost to meaningless games in the standings, dropping a 4-1 decision Friday in...

There's a couple of local artists looking for support as they enter the big stage of the CBC Searchlight contest.

Earl Hamilton and Bill P. Lynch have entered as singer/songwriters.

Hamilton, a retired schoolteacher from Nelson, entered the lead single off his current CD, "...

ArtWalk is 30 years old.

For most Artwalk probably doesn't look a day over 25, but it's true.

The Nelson and District Arts Council is proud to be hosting an event that has been instrumental in supporting local artists for three incredible decades. Artwalk is excited to increase its programming in celebration of this milestone: this year there will be two fabulous openings.

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Columbia Basin Trust provides $113,000 for Kaslo’s sternwheeler, the SS Moyie

The SS Moyie is truly one of a kind. The oldest intact passenger sternwheeler ship in the world built in 1898, the Moyie ended its service on Kootenay Lake in 1959. Unlike most sternwheelers that plied inland waters in BC and the Yukon that were either scrapped or burnt at the end of their working lives, the SS Moyie has survived and thrived in Kaslo – lovingly preserved by the community and...

In a move aimed at protecting and supporting the province's wine producers, Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology Bruce Ralston has announced that the B.C. government is formally challenging Alberta's ban on B.C. wines through the Canadian Free Trade Agreement's (CFTA) dispute settlement process.

"B.C.'s wine industry is an important contributor to our economy, creating good jobs and...