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by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday May 03 2011

By The Nelson Daily Sports

Stop two on the West Kootenay Zone One Junior Golf circuit and another Rossland/Trail player claims the top prize.

Kevin Bennett fired an even-par 72 to edge home-course favourite Tanner Kopan by three shots to claim the overall title Sunday at the Christina Lake Golf and Country Club.

Bennett’s teammate Brenan...

by Anonymous on Monday May 02 2011

A local development company says it has paid attention to what the Nelson market needed and has come up with affordable housing.

The result is West Creek Village, an eight-home condominium community with two-bedroom designs on the ground level and three-bedroom living on the upper level.

Located on Perrier Road within City limits and adjacent...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday May 02 2011

The 2011 BC Liberal Budget offers “no change,” and instead is the very same budget delivered under Gordon Campbell earlier this year, says Nelson-Creston MLA Michelle Mungall.

Former Minister of Finance, Colin Hansen, defined the budget as status quo when he presented it, as he assumed that the new Premier would add changes to it, said Mungall.

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by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday May 02 2011

Three people walking on a Nelson street Saturday night were attacked in what police say was apparently a random assault.

Paul Burkart, acting Sergeant with the Nelson Police Department, said the three were accosted in the 100 block of Morgan Street by two males who jumped out of a car.

“Two of the victims managed to elude their pursuers without...

by Timothy Schafer on Monday May 02 2011

Alex Atamanenko has handily retained his seat in the B.C. Southern Interior riding which includes Nelson and Castlegar, riding the ‘Orange Crush’ wave and beating out Rossland Conservative candidate Stephen Hill in the 2011 Federal election Monday.

Atamanenko’s third win as the NDP candidate in the BCSI — ganering 52 per cent of the vote over Stephen Hill who got 37.5...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday May 02 2011

By The Nelson Daily Sports

It seems like only yesterday that people were . . . skiing?

Ya, Old Man Winter definitely hung around a little longer than most would have liked. But it’s now time to pack away the skis in favour of a pair of soccer cleats as the season nears with the opening of the Lakeside fields.

No one is happier than Nelson Youth...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday May 02 2011

Binghamton Senators are within a game of advancing to the AHL Eastern Conference Final after blasting the Portland Pirates 6-1 in game four of the best-of-seven AHL Calder Cup Playoffs Monday in Binghamton.

The Sens, the AHL affiliate of the Ottawa Senators, jumped to a 3-1 first period lead and never looked back.

Ryan Potulny and Kaspars Daugavins each scored twice to lead the...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday May 02 2011

Afternoon commuters were slowed Monday on their drive home from work by a three-vehicle accident on Highway 3A, 300 meters east of Pacific Insight Electronics.
 

RCMP, the Nelson Fire Department and B.C. Ambulance all responded to the accident that saw two occupants taken to Kootenay Lake Hospital in Nelson with non-life-threatening injuries.

At approximately 4:15 p.m., a...

by Castlegar Source on Monday May 02 2011

Three people walking on a Nelson street in the wee hours of May 1were attacked in what police say was apparently a random assault.

Paul Burkart, acting Sergeant with the Nelson Police Department, said the three were accosted by two males who jumped out of a car.

“Two of the victims managed to elude their pursuers without injury, however the third man was sprayed with bear spray,”...

by Boundary Sentinel on Sunday May 01 2011

The independent coffee universe in Canada is about to be showcased to the world as the first episodes of Common Grounds TV are set to air in the coming weeks. CGTV is the culmination of an investigative yet humorous look at the otherwise serious coffee industry in Canada.

Last September, Producers Edan Marshall and Nik Green took to the road as part of a 25,000 kilometre trek undertaken...

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