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By Nelson Daily Sports on Friday Jun 30 2017

Drugs in the downtown core of the Heritage City continues to be a problem for police as Nelson members dealt with two separate files this past week said Sergeant Corey Hoy in a media release Thursday.

Thursday, shortly after the noon time bell, NPD dispatch received a call for service after it was reported two females were found using drugs in a local public washroom. 

By Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Jun 29 2017

Rossland's traditional summer entertainment starts again on July 1 with a brand new show, blending -- as usual -- historical fact with imaginative fiction, high kicking, low humour, song , dance, a dash of romance and a lot of fun:  the Gold Fever Follies highlight an aspect of the late 1890s gold rush days with this original musical comedy.

By Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Jun 29 2017

It didn't take long for the Southeast Fire Centre to issue its first ban of the summer season.

Effective at noon Pacific Time on Monday, July 3, 2017, Category 2 open fires will be prohibited throughout the Southeast Fire Centre to help prevent human-caused wildfires and protect public safety the BC Wildfire Service said Friday in a media release.

By Contributor on Thursday Jun 29 2017

ICBC and police are urging drivers to plan ahead for a safe ride home if any of your activities this summer involve alcohol, especially with Canada celebrating its 150th birthday this weekend.

By Contributor on Thursday Jun 29 2017

Nelson BC, For six years the Nelson & District Credit Union (NDCU) have been making a donation to the Nelson Electric Tramway Society (NETS) for free rides on Streetcar #23 and admission to the Trolley Barn Museum on Canada Day and it is a win win for everyone.

By Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Jun 29 2017
A birthday of 150 years doesn't come along that often.
Which is why the Nelson Chamber of Commerce is promising an extra special Canada Day Celebration set for Saturday, July 1, at Lakeside Park — c
By Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Jun 29 2017

The perplexing parking puzzle has prompted a potential project.

The city has begun to implement some aspects of its draft parking strategy in order to alleviate the parking pressure, including adding in over a score of new spaces, converting some parallel spots into angled parking.

By Contributor on Wednesday Jun 28 2017

BC Wildfire Service personnel have been responding to lightning-caused fires throughout the Arrow Fire Zone.

Although some fires are highly visible from surrounding communities, none of these fires is immediately threatening communities or structures.

By Letters to the editor on Wednesday Jun 28 2017
To The Editor:
Whatever your view is on electoral reform in Canada, the bigger issue is that a silver tongued Justin Trudeau who asked for our trust, who promised us a government that would listen to Canadians, who promised an end to draconian austere governance, has just twisted the knife.
By Bob Hall on Wednesday Jun 28 2017

Selkirk College alumna Tanya Tran begins grad school at the University of Victoria (UVic) in September with more than $30,000 in fellowships and awards to help pursue her educational dream.