Nelson Police is reporting a rash of thefts in the Heritage City during the past weekend.
In a media release Tuesday, NPD said the department is investigating several reported thefts from the weekend, including stolen wildfire water pump, GPS and radio as well as break-in on Front Street.
Did you know 43% of men and 55% of women in Canada have trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep1? Did you also know that your body repairs itself during sleep and having poor sleep health can increase your risk of serious conditions such as cardiovascular disease or less serious problems such as increased wrinkles?
The floods happened last spring, but business owners in the Boundary City is finally getting a much-needed boost to restoring their respective businesses following an announcement Monday by the Provincial Government.
The City of Trail is pleased to announce that Craig Speers has been appointed Trail's new Utilities Superintendent. Speers, currently a Journeyman Mechanic with the City’s Public Works Department, will assume his new role on Dec. 3.
The Trail Smoke Eaters made a valiant comeback effort in the 3rd period but fell just short as they dropped a 3-2 decision to the Penticton Vees on Saturday night at the South Okanagan Events Centre.
Two dozen students who embarked on their post-secondary journey at Selkirk College and are continuing towards completion of a degree have received $120,000 from the Irving K. Barber British Columbia Scholarship Society.
Nelson’s Bob Swan, who still races and compete at the young age of 75, was inducted into the Alpine Canada Ski Hall of Fame during a ceremony held recently in Banff, AB.
Swan, who goes by the nickname of “Swabber”, was joined by Thomas Grandi, John Kucera, builders John Fry and Russell Goodman and Nordic coach Marty Hall.
The Trail Smoke Eaters surrendered three power play goals and seven tallies on the night as their three-game home ice winning streak came to an end with a 7-4 loss to the Penticton Vees on Friday night at the Trail Memorial Centre.