Nelson Fire and Rescue Services had an early start to Monday, responding to an early morning structure fire in the 200 block of Morgan Street.
In a media release Monday, Nelson Fire and Rescue Services said it was a maximum response as crews worked diligently to prevent the fire from spreading to adjacent homes.
Like many, the pandemic affected Jeremy Grant’s career, and he spent much time at home with his three kids.
With the release of a new report the city has become one of the leading municipalities in the nation when it comes to addressing embodied carbon in the building of residential homes.
The city could be on the hook for $4.6 million if it lands a bigger federal fish.
A grant application to CleanBC — to add a battery energy storage system (BESS) to the Nelson Hydro Grid — requires the city to fund its share of the project if the grant application is successful.
June is often filled with excitement for students in Selkirk College’s Kootenay Studio Arts programs as their year-end show approaches.
A visit from the Lieutenant Governor of BC, Janet Austin, continued to enrich the end of their year.
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.
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.
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.