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Celebrate local woodworking design and artisanship with the students of the Selkirk College Fine Woodworking Program at their annual year-end show.

The show will run Friday, May 24 to Sunday, May 26 at its traditional venue of 402 Baker Street in the Nelson Trading Company building.

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Nelson Police are urging the public of a cougar sighting during the past few days in lower and upper Fairview.

Police report NPD has received reports of sightings at Lakeside Park, 100 block Trevor Street and View Street.

Police encourage residents to monitor children closely...

Not even a spring snowstorm in southern Alberta could slow the West Kootenay Wolfpack Midget B Lacrosse team at a tournament in High River, AB.

Despite going winless in the eight-team tournament, the Wolfpack squad pushed some very strong teams in every match during the weekend event....

More than 350 people flocked to Nelson to attend the 100th year celebration of the Kootenay Kiltie Pipe Band during the recent Spring Fling.

At least 10 pipe bands joined the Kootenay Kilties for parade down Baker Street before the evening banquet at the Selkirk College Tenth Street...

The Kootenay Blues Society, after a very successful first year, kicks off their second season with the Blues Supergroup: MARK HUMMEL and his GOLDEN STATE - LONE STAR BLUES REVUE at Finley's in Nelson on Wednesday, May 29th.     

Featuring Grammy-nominated Harp Blower/Vocalist/ Bandleader Mark Hummel ; Guitar legend Anson Funderburgh (Delbert McClinton, Boz Scaggs, Snooks...

The Capitol Theatre is offering another batch of fun and creative theatre classes for kids 8-12 years old.

Footlights Academy, Segment II is a series of six sessions, over a three-week period in June — June 10/11, 17/18 & 24/25. All sessions run from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.

Led by professional actor and instructor Avi Phillips, young actors will discover and develop worlds, real and...

Pets, plants can have destructive impacts on biodiversity, environment

Turtles, frogs, fish, birds, snakes, rabbits, cats and dogs are a few examples of pets that people buy. 

Some birds and turtles can live for decades. 

When you buy a pet, you should be ready for the commitment that comes with being responsible for the care and well being of your new companion.  Sometimes circumstances change, and you can not longer afford your pet...

Pity assignment editors in newsrooms across B.C. this month. No shortage of material.

Monty’s Showroom – now ashes, after the Plaza Hotel in Victoria burned to the ground – found itself back in the news, gang activity on the West Shore on Vancouver Island regrettably contributed to news cycles, the scandal at the B.C. legislature did too, money laundering and a new – but not so new –...