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by The Nelson Daily Staff on Friday Jun 10 2022

A nation-wide shortage of lifeguards is having a local impact, including Gyro Park in Nelson.

In a media release, the Regional District of Central Kootenay (RDCK) has made the difficult decision not to open the popular summer venue at Gyro Park as planned this summer due to the shortage of experienced lifeguards.

by Lone Sheep Publishing on Wednesday Jun 08 2022

Kaslo RCMP said in a media release Wednesday that two more individuals have been arrested for violating a court-ordered injunction granted to Cooper Creek Cedar Ltd.

by Timothy Schafer Local Journalism Initiative Reporter on Wednesday Jun 08 2022

First Nations artists will dominate the 2022 version of the Nelson International Mural Festival, with Sinixt/Arrow Lakes band and the Tl'azt'en being represented.

by Lone Sheep Publishing on Tuesday Jun 07 2022

The Southeast Fire Centre monthly weather synopsis said that a “broad trough”dominated the upper flow pattern for most of May causing temperatures to remain unseasonably cool for most days. 

The monthly weather synopsis said mean monthly temperature was more than two degrees below normal and was the coolest mean monthly temperature since 1996. 

by Lone Sheep Publishing on Tuesday Jun 07 2022

They're on their way, to the city lights’ ... and, the Charles Bailey Theatre in Trail for a Saturday night performance on June 18 that will everyone attending singing along after the first chorus.

by City of Trail on Tuesday Jun 07 2022

Live History is a travelling, immersive theatre troupe that performs in Canada, Bermuda, UK, Republic of Ireland, US, Australia and New Zealand.

by Contributor on Monday Jun 06 2022

Mount Sentinel Secondary Performance and Media Academy (Academy PM) students have been hard this past year getting ready to show their work to their peers, their teachers, and their community. Now it’s show time.

On June 8 and 9 at 7 p.m., the Civic Theatre in Nelson is hosting Mount Sentinel’s Academy PM Fourth Annual Film Fest.

by Lone Sheep Publishing on Thursday Jun 02 2022

As the climate crisis intensifies, climate anxiety is becoming more common —  especially for youth — a research project by a local third-year Rural Pre-Medicine found.

The study discovered the high level of youth climate anxiety in our local area has not been known until recently.

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