A piece of the historic Gyro Park bridge will live on in the Shawn Lamb Archives at the Nelson Museum, thanks to a donation from the Nelson Gyro Club.
The bridge was recently dismantled due to failing structural integrity.
The plaque was installed in 1952, when the bridge was...
The Royal BC Museum is inviting the public to the first phase of its community engagement with a series of information and dialogue sessions.
For the Nelson region, the museum’s community engagement session will be held on Wednesday, March 29, 2023, from 6-8 p.m. at Nelson Studio 88 — 402...
The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League is saddened to share news of the passing of Princeton Posse assistant coach Morton Johnston, who perished in a motor vehicle accident on Sunday.
Prior to serving as a coach with his hometown team, the Princeton, BC product also suited up for...
The NBC Hooligans blasted Nelson Selects 10-4 to capture the Women’s Open Indoor Soccer League Championship recently at the Nelson Soccer Indoor Facility.
The win capped off an impressive season for the Hooligans, which won the regular season title.
NBC defeated Backroads 7-2 in...
Taking its name from something that whirls, coils, or spirals or whose form suggests such movement, and the concentric arrangement of a snail’s shell, Oxygen Art Centre is thrilled to present “Whorl,” a public artist talk and contemporary art workshop featuring Nadia Chaney (Kanata, Canada) and Zoe Kreye (Vancouver, Canada).
To begin the series, Chaney and Kreye will present an...
Veteran musician and actor Pat Henman brings her story to the stage this spring in several Kootenay communities, and audiences will come away with a new understanding of trauma, courage, and survival.
Beyond the Legal Limit, performed by Henman with special guests, pianist Robyn Lamb and Vocalist Rachel DeShon, comes to Taghum Hall on Thursday, April 6 at 7:30 p.m.
I learned this week that Canadians are considered to rank 42nd out of 50 countries based on how good they are to drive in. This disappointed me until I sat back and thought about it a bit. Based on a bit of self examination and what I see happen around me when I drive I think that I have to say that we are not serious about road safety. Financial loss, injury and death are part of the cost of...
Don’t put away those winter tires just yet in the Kootenay/Boundary region of BC.
Even though it’s officially spring, winter tires or chains are still required on designated highways through March 31. For highways located through mountain passes and/or high snowfall areas, the requirements extend until April 30.
“As spring arrives we naturally start to think about how much longer...