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by Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Jan 10 2011

By Daily News Staff

The Magnificent Seven didn’t have a lot of ammunition left in the arsenal come the third game in less than 24 hours.


Princess Margaret Mustang of Penticton 11-5 in the fourth period en route to a 57-50 victory in the consolation final of the Fulton Maroons High School Girl’s Basketball Tournament Saturday in 


by Anonymous on Monday Jan 10 2011

By Kerry Reed, Kootenay Lake Fishing Charters

Kootenay Lake:

Well, we already kicked the new year off with big fish. The annual New Year’s Day derby was an eventful one. Randy Zelonka of Balfour landed a beautiful 20 pound Rainbow to win the fun derby.

Nice to start the new year with a great fish.  Can't wait to see what the...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Jan 10 2011

Sarah Calvert

Monday @ The Royal at 8 p.m.

“Like all the great troubadours, Sarah tells a real story and sings with an open heart.”

— Paul Lansberg, former teacher at Berklee College of Music, founder of Selkirk Music College, Nelson, B.C.



by Lone Sheep Publishing on Monday Jan 10 2011

With the sad announcement this week that The Nelson Express is closing its doors after 22 years of operation, several things about the future of media in the West Kootenay have become much clearer.

First, print continues to become less and less viable economically. Each of the five largest towns in our region now has only one print paper, all of them owned by Black Press, a...

by Mona Mattei on Monday Jan 10 2011
Police are asking for the public’s assistance in another missing person case. 49-year-old Shawn McDonald has gone missing from Christina Lake where he has been living since September.
McDonald was last seen on Jan. 1 at 5:00 p.m. in Christina Lake and was reported missing on Jan. 3 to the Grand Forks RCMP detachment, explained Staff Sergeant Jim Harrison.
by Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Jan 09 2011

If parking was a problem this weekend in the City of Nelson, blame organizers of the Nelson Ford Shootout.

But remember, too many visitors to Nelson is a good thing.

Once again the Nelson Ford Shootout Novice Tournament proved to be another success as more than 500 players and parents flocked to the Heritage City to compete in the annual event.

Fifteen teams,...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Jan 09 2011

By The Nelson Daily Sports

Joel Stewart is starting to pay dividends for the Nelson Leafs.

The second goal of the game by the former Spokane Brave proved to be the winner as Nelson edged the Columbia Valley Rockies 4-3 in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action Sunday in Invermere.

Stewart connected with Colon Schell and Marcus Dahl...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Saturday Jan 08 2011

Donations collected for apartment fire victims

AM Ford – 2795 Highway Drive, Trail; until Monday, Jan. 10

AM Ford is asking for the public’s help in collecting donations for residents displaced by last week's fire at Kerr Apartments in Nelson.

After being approached by Terasen Gas, the dealership realized the importance of joining in the relief...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Saturday Jan 08 2011

By Bill Macpherson, EOC public information officer

What comes next for the over 100 people disposed and homeless in the wake of the Kerr Apartment building fire was tackled on Friday night.

A meeting of government...

by Nelson Daily Editor on Saturday Jan 08 2011

By Timothy Schafer, The Nelson Daily

Avalanche risk is still rated at high in the West Kootenay backcountry above and in the tree line, while considered considerable at lower elevations, according to the Canadian Avalanche Centre.

The risk continues at considerable until Monday, but avalanche problems are occurring due to significant...


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