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A local resident reported to The Nelson Daily that there has been a cougar sighting in the Taghum region west of Nelson Thursday.

The sighting was said to have happened during the morning hours.

The resident tells The Nelson Daily a cougar was spotted siting on...

Transient campers, impaired drivers as well as an increase in people consuming alcohol and drugs in the downtown core kept police busy during the past week said a Nelson Police Department media release Thursday.

“Nelson Police Department has noted an increase in calls for service...

Saturday and Sunday, cyclists from the Kootenays and all over British Columbia will come together for MS Bike to demonstrate their power in helping to change the lives of Canadians living with multiple sclerosis (MS). MS Bike is the largest fundraising cycling series in North America with the...

Jeevan Sihota of Victoria and Claire Lovan of Surrey lead the BC Juvenile Boy’s and Girl’s Golf Championships, respectively, following two rounds of play at Granite Pointe at Nelson.

Sihota maintained his dominance over the field following Thursday’s second round, firing a two-under-par...

Nelson Hydro is advising the public of a power outage in the Johnstone Road area Monday, August 21, 2017.

The outage it slated between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for system upgrades — voltage conversion.

Hydro is asking the public to avoid this area if at all possible.

The affected in Johnstone Road area include:

  • North Shore Inn
  • Main Jet Motorsports...

While the public enjoys the summer, or dealing with the smoke, the Nelson Road Kings executive has been busy putting the final pieces of the puzzle together on the 2017 Queen City Cruise set for September 8-9th in beautiful Nelson, BC.

As early as Friday, September 8th at 1 p.m., the public will notice fancy cars and trucks from pre-1949 filling the streets and highways in...

Outstanding wildfire response from staff, community partners

IH CEO Chris Mazurkewich would like to say a few words about the amazing job of fire crews during this season on record with more than 8,450 hectares burned.

This summer, Interior Health is on the frontlines of an emergency that continues to prove how far people will go to help one another in times of crisis.

As unprecedented numbers of our patients and residents were...

Canadians have been able to qualify for much larger mortgages over the past two decades because of declining interest rates and rising incomes, and that has more than likely translated into higher home prices, finds a new study by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.

“Increased borrowing power, brought about by falling interest rates and...