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By Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Jan 20 2020

The Nelson Leafs snapped a four-game losing streak in a big way.

The Leafs scored multiple times in all three periods to rout the Grand Forks Border Bruins 10-4 in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action Sunday in the Boundary City.

By Nelson Daily Staff on Saturday Jan 18 2020

The Jumbo Glacier area nestled in the Purcell Mountains, which has been a source of civil unrest, protests, blockades and court battles that reached the Supreme Court  of Canada during the past three decades, will now be protected, forever.

By Dermod Travis on Friday Jan 17 2020

You likely missed them, but on December 30, B.C. Liberal MLA and trade critic Ben Stewart launched two tweet missiles. They were duds.

By Timothy Schafer on Friday Jan 17 2020

New legislation is being considered by the city to penalize people who attempt to obstruct access for the purpose of installation of a water meter.

An amendment to the Bylaw Notice Enforcement bylaw has made it before council in order to establish provision for a penalty whereby a property owner obstructs access to the city for the installation of a water meter.

By Nelson Daily Staff on Friday Jan 17 2020

In today's edition, The Daily Dose Editor Jeff Sawyer sits down with local Playwright Lucas Myers to discuss his upcoming show ROOF, and the creative process behind his performances.

By Jeff Sawyer on Friday Jan 17 2020

“A stage play is basically a form of uber-schizophrenia. You split yourself into two minds - one being the protagonist and the other being the antagonist. The playwright also splits himself into two other minds: the mind of the writer and the mind of the audience.” David Mamet

By CBT on Thursday Jan 16 2020

The Lardeau Valley Community Club in Meadow Creek is one of 31 projects that aim to improve quality of life in the Columbia Basin, focus on children’s development and strengthen social service organizations are receiving nearly $680,000 from Columbia Basin Trust’s Social Grants program.

By Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Jan 16 2020

Whitewater Ski Resort has established itself as a breeding ground for some of the world’s best new freeskiers.

The ski resort held their 9th annual Junior Freeski event over the weekend with 149 atheltes between the ages of seven and 18 years making the most of 60 cm of fresh snowfall , seeking to impress the judges with their line choice, technique, style and energy.

By Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Jan 16 2020

J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks of Trail made it a clean sweep Wednesday at the L.V. Rogers Hangar.

The Hawks rallied back from a 14-point halftime deficit to edge LVR Bombers 65-61 in West Kootenay High School Boys’ Basketball action at the LVR Hangar.

Earlier, the Crowe Hawks defeated the Bombers 54-43 in West Kootenay Junior Boys play.