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By Province of British Columbia on Tuesday Jan 18 2022

On Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022, the Coquihalla Highway (Highway 5) will reopen to regular vehicle traffic between Hope and Merritt.

This will be a much more convenient route for people who need to travel between the Lower Mainland and the Interior, and is another significant milestone in the province's recovery from the devastating storms.

By The Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Jan 18 2022

Nelson Minor Baseball is the big winner after receiving Capital Grants through the Community Gaming Grants (CGG) program that will assist with the revitalization of Queen Elizabeth Park in Fairview.

By The Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Jan 18 2022

Tenzin Mint of the Nelson Leafs was recently selected as one of the three stars of the week by the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.

Goalie Mint was joined by forward Kort Kisinger of the Fernie Ghostriders and defenceman Ethan Floris of the Osoyoos Coyotes for the period ending January 16.

By The Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Jan 18 2022

Girl Guides from the Nelson area earned top marks in the recent 2021 Kootenay Contraption Contest, bringing home the Grand Prize Educator’s category.

By Timothy Schafer Local Journalism Initiative Reporter on Tuesday Jan 18 2022

One of the more popular community engagement events in the Columbia Basin will remain online for the third straight year.

The Columbia Basin Trust’s Community Initiatives and Affected Areas Program opened for grant applications earlier this month and — after a regional district board motion — adjudication will remain online.

By Lone Sheep Publishing on Monday Jan 17 2022

Riders of West Kootenay Transit, including Nelson, Trail, Castlegar, Balfour, Kaslo and the Slocan Valley areas, will be excited about the announcement that the NextRide program is coming this summer.

By Timothy Schafer Local Journalism Initiative Reporter on Monday Jan 17 2022

The management of waste in the city is going up again.

City council passed third reading on the bylaw to bump the cost for curbside waste recovery in 2022 by $25 to fund the organics diversion program.

By Contributor on Sunday Jan 16 2022

The BC Games Society and the Greater Vernon 2022 BC Winter Games Society have made the difficult decision not to stage the BC Winter Games next month.

However, Games organizers and stakeholders will explore options to see if the region can deliver this multi-sport event in 2023.

By Timothy Schafer Local Journalism Initiative Reporter on Saturday Jan 15 2022

A concern over individual community’s contribution to a regional homelessness problem was not enough to derail support for a Selkirk College-led project designed for the streets.

By Letters to the editor on Friday Jan 14 2022

To The Editor: