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by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Mar 08 2011

By The Nelson Daily Sports

It’s didn’t take the Castlegar Rebels long to shake of any rust built up from a four-day layoff.

Taylor Anderson scored three times and sniper Ryan Aynsley added three points as the Rebels crushed the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League’s Eddie Mountain champs from Fernie 8-4 in game one of the Kootenay Conference Final...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Mar 08 2011
Teched out Tuques – Reload

@ Hume Hotel, Saturday, March 12, 5-9:30 .m.

 

The West Kootenay’s favourite party band will bring the energy back to weary competitors as locals gather to dance, sing, learn and celebrate with the winners of the first 24-hour WebDev Showdown.

Showdown...

by Nelson Daily Editor on Tuesday Mar 08 2011

By Timothy Schafer, The Nelson Daily

Put another bullet in the chamber as the assault on taxpayer’s wallets in Nelson continues.

A two per cent property tax increase is as good as a done deal as City council approved first, second and third reading of the Financial Plan Bylaw 3191 for the 2011 fiscal year on Monday night in their regular...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Mar 08 2011

By Ricardo Hubbs

For years, the Shambhala Music Festival was the Kootenay's little secret.

The event was born of the unique art and culture of the region 14 years ago. About 500 people attended the first Shambhala in 1998 on the Salmo River Ranch near Salmo, and that number has grown to about 10,000 people annually, making it the largest...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Mar 07 2011

By The Nelson Daily Sports

The teams played 120 minutes and settled nothing.

Kootenay Wildcats and Fraser Valley Phantom played to a pair of ties during B.C. Female AAA Midget Hockey League play this past weekend in Nelson.

Sunday, Christina Bonacci of Trail scored with four minutes remaining in the game to pull the Cats to a 2-2 draw at the...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Mar 07 2011

By The Nelson Daily Sports

Both Nelson teams were shut out of the medals at the West Kootenay Minor Hockey Bantam House Championship during the weekend in Nelson.

Nelson 1 and Nelson 2 failed to make it into the medal round after round robin action.

Rossland/Trail 1 proved to be too much for the rest of the field as the squad dumped Beaver...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Mar 07 2011

Into the Mystic

Saturday, March 12, Winlaw Hall, 7 p.m.

 

Into the Mystic is a theatrical world dance production which embodies mythologies, traditions and lore from cultures around the world.

Featured dancers are:

Shauna Robertson ~ Middle Eastern Dance...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Mar 07 2011

Oxygen Art Centre’s third annual Kids Spring Break Art Camps are open for registration.

For two consecutive weeks, from March 14–18 and March 21–25, creative kids will be immersed in the artistic process through the exploration of several artistic disciplines.

Taught by six professional artists, the camp will introduce kids to new...

by Nelson Daily Editor on Monday Mar 07 2011

By Timothy Schafer, The Nelson Daily

Over $25,000 in damage resulted after allegedly potential ignition sources left unattended caused a fire at 522 Cedar St. Sunday night.

No one was injured in the fire and the cause of the blaze — which does not appear suspicious — is still under investigation.

Around 6:50 p.m...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Mar 07 2011

The Ski Resort Operations and Management (SROAM) program at Selkirk College in Nelson is celebrating its 30-year anniversary as the longest running program of its kind in Canada.

With approximately 800 graduates over the course of its time, the SROAM program has built a reputation for connecting alumni to all aspects of the ski industry — specifically through its...

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