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By Sarah Lord on Wednesday Nov 30 2022

The Pied Piper of Nelsondorf is ready to get Panto back on the stage of the Capitol Theatre.

After a COVID-19 hiatus, The Pied Piper of Nelsondorf is ready to open from December 1st to 4th at the Capitol Theatre and marks the theatre’s 33rd Annual Pantomime, the holiday fundraiser.  

By Sarah Lord on Wednesday Nov 30 2022

Pantomime is a theatrical show mainly for children, involving music, timely jokes, and slapstick comedy and is based on a fairy tale or nursery story, usually produced around Christmas.

This year’s show, The Pied Piper of Nelsondorf which runs from December 1-4 at the Capitol Theatre in Nelson, is inspired by the centuries-old German legend of The Pied Piper.

By The Nelson Daily Sports on Wednesday Nov 30 2022

The L.V. Rogers Bombers are making a return trip to the BC High School AAA Girls Volleyball Championships December 1-3 in the Central Okanagan.

The Bombers bounced rival J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks in straight games in the best-of-five final to clinch the Kootenay Zone title.

LVR opens the tournament against Gladstone of Vancouver, Pitt Meadows and Langley.

By Lone Sheep Publishing on Tuesday Nov 29 2022

And the Snowfall Warnings just keeping coming.

Residents in the Southern Interior are advised to brace for another Snowfall Warning after Environment Canada issued the alert for Highway 3, Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass Tuesday afternoon.

By Province of British Columbia on Tuesday Nov 29 2022

A new medical school on the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Surrey campus is taking a significant step forward with the hiring of an interim dean and provincial funding to support its development.

By Letters to the editor on Tuesday Nov 29 2022

To The Editor:

An American observer of his nation's public discourse in 2020 said this: "Americans do not understand one another, do not trust one another, and do not like one another."

Canadians generally believe our public sphere is nowhere near as toxic as what is seen in the USA.

By The Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Nov 29 2022

Santa made a pitstop Sunday in Nelson to attend the 12 Days of Giving Christmas Toy and Food Drive at the Adventure Hotel.

The event started at Safeway on Anderson Street before the cavalcade of Emergency vehicles filled with toys and food hampers traveled to the Adventure Hotel parking lot on Hall Street.

By Province of British Columbia on Monday Nov 28 2022

Work is underway to enhance forest resilience to protect against the effects of wildfire and climate change in the Kootenay-Boundary region. 

By Contributor on Monday Nov 28 2022

Avalanche Canada is pleased to introduce a new flexible forecast system that makes it easier for users to get the information they need to plan safe trips into the backcountry.

With the new system, forecast regions are dynamic, with boundaries that change in response to localized conditions.

By Lone Sheep Publishing on Monday Nov 28 2022

During the past week, Detachment Commander Sergeant Darryl Peppler said Grand Forks police attended to a few motor vehicle accidents throughout the Boundary area.

In many incidents, weather played a factor.

"Winter is clearly here and we ask motorists to ensure their vehicles are ready for the season," said Sergeant Peppler.