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Sutco Transportation Specialists of Salmo recently returned from the Trucking HR Canada ceremony with a major recognition said a company spokesperson.

Sutco is proud to announce they have been recognized as one of the five companies in all of Canada to receive a Trucking HR Top Fleet...

Organizers of the first annual Adventure Hotel and White LeBlanc Wealth Planners Christmas Toy Drive Breakfast said the evet was a huge success, with more than 800 new toys and books delivered as well as $1,000 in cash donations made to help local kids this Christmas season.

The free...

L.V. Rogers Junior girls volleyball teams recently won gold and bronze at the West Kootenay Tier 2 junior girls playoffs hosted at the Hanagar.

LVR2 lost in the round robin to put them second and LVR1 went undefeated in the round robin to put them first. 

This standing meant they...

Nelson outscored the opposition by a 29-7 margin en route to capturing the Midget House Minor Hockey Tournament Sunday at the NDCC Arena.

Nelson blasted Kelowna 8-1 in the final to capture the gold medal.

The winners opened the tournament by doubling up on Nelson Minor Hockey rival...

Black Productions is proud to bring GREASE to the Capitol Theatre stage in collaboration with the Selkirk College of Contemporary Music. 

We are actively looking for actors, singers and dancers ages 18 and up to come out and audition.

Scheduled auditions will be held (Saturday & Sunday) January 13th & 14th, 2018 from 11a.m. - 8 p.m.

GREASE will run May 24th-27th,...

Doris Bradshaw was a lifelong resident of Nelson — and a lifelong lover of music, thanks to her studies with Dr. Amy Ferguson.

Bradshaw was a soprano and a consistent winner in the West Kootenay Music Festival. She also enjoyed a long career as a popular journalist with the Nelson Daily News and was instrumental in setting up the Nelson Daily News Archives. When she passed away in 2015...

New breed of scam email threatens execution

In what some would consider a particularly repugnant new twist on email cons, perpetrators have escalated to threatening the lives of their intended victims.

A Salmo man recently received an email (rife with spelling and grammatical errors) indicating that the sender was a hitman who had been contracted to murder the email's recipient. The scammer then said he/she would consider...

Risky to confess such things – especially publicly – but there are a few things that get under my skin fast.

Eons ago, when I was in high school, it only took a single word.

It wasn't the word itself so much, as it was the tone some used saying it that suggested you were getting flipped off more than you were communicating.

Fast forward to 2017 and I'm happy to report that...