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by Trevor Miller on Wednesday Nov 28 2018

The Trail Smoke Eaters used a 33-save performance from Adam Marcoux and an overtime winning goal off the stick of Bryce Anderson to help them to their 3rd straight win on home ice, picking up a 2-1 overtime victory over the Merritt Centennials at the Trail Memorial Centre on Friday night. 

by Letters to the editor on Tuesday Nov 27 2018

To The Editor:

In light of the Greyhound bus lines reducing service in British Columbia, the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) wanted to take the opportunity to reach out to any people living with cancer who may be impacted by this withdrawal of service. No matter where you live, CCS is here to ensure that no Canadian has to face cancer alone.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Nov 26 2018

Environment Canada has issued an Alert for Highway 3, Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass due to a pending snowstorm expected to hit the West Kootenay Boundary region beginning Monday afternoon.

Environment Canada is calling for snowfall amounts in the range of 20 to 25 cm.

by Contributor on Monday Nov 26 2018

Austin Engineering Ltd. and its team of like-minded partners are constantly analyzing dams, including how they react during earthquakes.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Nov 26 2018

The Regional District of Central Kootenay (RDCK), moving forward with consideration of new land-use regulations for the purposes of cannabis retail sales, cultivation and processing, is seeking community feedback from residents and stakeholders at a Public Hearing, Thursday, December 6 at the board room on 202 Lakeside Drive in Nelson.

by Michael Jessen on Sunday Nov 25 2018

“Life isn’t perfect, of course, but we all know it’s how you react to things that counts.” –     Landon Donovan

The story of climate change needs a rewrite.

The narrative we’ve been hearing and reading about since the late 1980s has fallen on too many deaf ears and blinkered eyes.

by Contributor on Sunday Nov 25 2018

New regional adaptation strategies are being developed to help Kootenay and Boundary agricultural producers prepare for climate change.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Friday Nov 23 2018

A shift to a new parking program has afforded delinquent drivers a one-time opportunity to come clean with outstanding tickets chief financial officer, Colin McClure told City Council Monday.

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