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by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Oct 08 2020

A man was taken to hospital following a single vehicle accident Thursday afternoon during rush hour inside city limits on Highway 3A/6.

The truck was traveling westbound on Highway 3A/6 when the vehicle veered off the interchange highway before crashing through a handrail on a paved path below the highway and ending up resting against a tree.

by Castlegar Source on Thursday Oct 08 2020

On Oct. 6, 2020, the Kamloops RCMP Detachment received a complaint regarding a domestic violence incident involving a 24-year-old Kamloops man who had just been released from prison. He was instructed to report to Vision Quest upon release, which he did not do, and a failure to comply charge was sought for this reason.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Oct 08 2020

The BC Wildfire Service said in a media release, fffective at noon on Friday, Oct. 9, 2020, Category 3 open burning, as defined in the Wildfire Regulation, will once again be permitted throughout the Southeast Fire Centre's jurisdiction due to a decreased wildfire risk.

by Sara Golling on Tuesday Oct 06 2020

For people in wheelchairs and people with mobility issues who need walkers, canes or crutches to help them walk, there is now a nice, smooth, low-angle loop trail that winds for about one kilometre through trees and bushes and open areas on the south side of Strawberry Pass (Nancy Greene Summit), in the Rossland Range Recreation Site.

by Contributor on Tuesday Oct 06 2020

The changing colour of leaves is one of the most beautiful aspects of the fall season, but it comes with an onerous task: raking them up once they’ve fallen.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Oct 06 2020

The latest chapter in the sn̓ʕaýckstx (Arrow Lakes/Sinixt) people to reclaim status in Canada will play out beginning Thursday (October 8, 2020) at the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa.

by City of Trail on Monday Oct 05 2020

Hey, Halloween fans! The City of Trail will miss celebrating with you at our annual downtown Spooktacular event. But fear not fellow goblins, we haven’t ghosted you.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Oct 05 2020

According to the common myth a cat is able to endure, continue, or survive despite a near encounter with death or disaster because cats have Nine lives.

The McCuaig family cat Dottie, definitely has a few more left after a Sunday evening encounter with a cougar in Nelson.