This is a short story about things that go bump in the parking lot. The outcome could have been a lot simpler with a bit of courtesy and the sharing of required information but it didn't happen that way. I wonder what the ultimate cost will be when all is said and done.
Mount Sentinel Wildcats scored early and often en route to a convincing 68-37 victory over Golden Eagles in Consolation action at the Kootenay High School A Boy’s Basketball Championships Saturday afternoon at the Nakusp Secondary School.
Once again Nelsonites set out into chilly temperatures to support 2019 Coldest Night of the Year Fundraiser Saturday in the Heritage City.
More than 235 walkers braved sub-zero temperatures and trekked through the streets of Nelson to raise a total or $39,860. The goal was $35,000.
“This year the funding focus shifts to support individuals,” the CNOY website said.
Students in the West Kootenay will join hands with others around the world during a school climate strike, Monday, March 4 outside City Hall on Ward Street.
Inspired by 16-year old Greta Thunberg of Sweden, local students will be joining the tens of thousands of youth around the world who have been striking in recent months.
In a media release, the Nelson Police Department said officers were recently sent to San Diego, California, to attend a two-day intensive training course on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC).
Police Chief Paul Burkart said the two officers were Constables Jay Noppe and Matt Caldwell.
Hockey fans received a taste of the upcoming Kootenay International Junior Hockey League Murdoch Division Semi Final Series between Nelson and Spokane Saturday at the NDCC Arena.
Someone who purchased a Lotto Max ticket in the Fraser-Nicola region for last night’s draw has millions of reasons to celebrate this weekend. The single winning ticket matched all seven numbers from across Canada to win the $25.9 million jackpot on the Feb. 22 Lotto Max Draw.
The Trail Smoke Eaters came from behind three separate times but could not find a way to push past the West Kelowna Warriors as they fell by a 4-3 overtime loss on Friday night at Royal LePage Place.
Skiers accessing Cutblock Peak and environs: please contain your irritation about the logging operation there that is inconveniencing you – it won’t be there for much longer. Please stay well clear of the logging -- and please do not park on the logging road, or try to ignore the logging operations. Here’s why:
Learning how to adjust to ever-changing markets, the importance of shopping and hiring local and taking pride in workmanship were just a few of the many topics up for discussion during the Kootenay Construction/Development Entrepreneur Event Thursday evening at the Social Room Interiors on Vernon Street in Nelson.