The Nelson Leafs suffered another setback in what is turing out to be a rollercoaster Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season.
The Grand Forks Border Bruins rallied from a 2-0 deficit to edge the Leafs 4-3 in overtime Tuesday at the Jack Goddard Memorial Arena in the Boundary City.
The vestiges of the former Kutenai Landing waterfront property particulars have been washed away, leaving a newly re-zoned property ready for development.
Count’em up — Richard Sevigny, Keith Acton, Patrice Brisebois and coach Steve Shutt are just a few of the former Montreal Canadiens ready to take to the ice at 7 p.m.
By Jesse Cole, The Nelson Daily
The Cottonwood Lake Preservation Society (CLPS) has a little under a year to raise $750,000 and save Cottonwood Lake park.
To The Editor:
A mindboggling 292 square kilometer open pit mine in norther Albertais quietly working its way through the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency’s approval process.
This behemoth relies on relentless growth in oil demand at a time of growing climate instability.
A 13-year-old Nelsonite was recently recognized for his interest in birds and photography.
Gaelen Schnare, who attends Wildflower Middle School in Nelson, was awarded the 2020 Young Birder Award by the British Columbia Field Ornithologists.
He has been an avid birder and photographer for several years.
Rosy cheeks, toasting sandwiches by a crackling woodstove, snow-covered trees … and visiting with everyone else who has arrived under their own power.
Students in parts of Kootenay Lake School District are not in class today due to a Snow Day said a media release Monday morning.
"To ensure the safety of all our staff and students, schools will be closed today for Nelson, Salmo, Slocan Valley and Kaslo Family of Schools," the media release said. "Creston schools are still in session."
The Nelson Curling Club is rolling out the red carpet to anyone wanting to learn the sport when organizers host a Learn to Curl event Saturday, January 18 at the facility next to the NDCC Arena.
For a small fee of $10, participants will have the opportunity to learn skills taught by Nelson Curling Club officials.
Bomber basketball teams shared impressive results during High School Boy’s tournaments in Trail and Creston over the weekend.
The L.V. Rogers Senior Bombers rode the 30-point performance of Matti Erickson to knock off host J. Lloyd Crowe 68-54 in the final of the Hawks Basketball Tournament Saturday in the Silver City.