Flying under the radar all season long, Jackson's Hole came out of the woodwork to capture the Jackson's Hole Men's Masters Soccer League Championships with a stunning 2-1 victory over favoured Bia Boro Sunday afternoon at the Lakeside Pitch.
Jackson's Hole, finishing second overall during the regular season, edged out Ted Allen's to advance to the final.
There was plenty of drama at the Lakeside Pitch this weekend as the Nelson Adult Soccer Leagues decided the top teams to conclude the outdoor season.
Red Dog concluded a wire-to-wire season Sunday by edging Yom Chi Ninjas 4-1 to capture the Nelson Star Ladies League.
The B.C. government's proposed public subsidies for political parties may be hogging the media spotlight, but there are some other important aspects to the government's proposed changes on how political parties and elections are financed.
The legislation proposes a cut of 25 per cent to the province's campaign spending limits.
The helm of the Kootenay Lake School District ship has changed but there is still no official word on the fate of the city’s middle school — and there is a possibility it may not close.
The Village of Salmo, located on the Crowsnest Highway, was founded as a small mining town near the Nelson and Fort Sheppard Railway during the gold rush of 1896.
For years, the village has been the butt of jokes, but like a fad that was once thought to be out of the mainstream, staff is using its ironic piece of clothing to showcase Salmo to the world.
Community Futures Central Kootenay would like to congratulate Bob Wright on his win of the Al McCracken Memorial Award at the 2017 Community Futures British Columbia Conference in Quesnel, BC on September 15. This award recognizes an individual who has shown an outstanding and ongoing volunteer effort to Community Futures both locally and provincially.
Local Astronomer Wayne Holmes has had an interest in astronomy for many years. As the coordinator of the Starry Nights program at Taghum Hall, Holmes has always had a desire to sky gaze. Thankfully, Holmes has agreed to share his knowledge with a column, Solar System and Beyond that will appear occasionally in The Nelson Daily.
To celebrate National Seniors Day, transit users 65 years of age or over will be able to ride the bus for free in the West Kootenay Transit System on Monday, October 2.
Following a 3-2 double overtime win against the Grand Forks Border Bruins Friday night in the Boundary City, the Nelson Leafs were looking for their fourth straight win in five games and the lead in the Neil Murdoch division.
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