Bill Metcalfe

Nelson says Airbnb should not accept dwellings without business licenses

City council to ask province to negotiate with the company

RDCK wants province to regulate private land logging

A resolution will go to the Union of BC Municipalities in September

Syrian refugee graduates from Selkirk College

Rahaf Zwayne has completed the Hotel and Resort Management program

Nelson council passes laneway house zoning changes

Council hopes more laneway dwellings will encourage affordable housing

Unregulated private land logging continues near Nelson at Cottonwood Lake

Sunshine Logging of Kaslo is cutting on private land in the area of Giveout Creek Road

Unregulated private land logging continues near Nelson at Cottonwood Lake

Sunshine Logging of Kaslo is cutting on private land in the area of Giveout Creek Road

Nelson council approves cannabis business selection system

City staff will use a scoring matrix using 10 criteria

Nelson’s Jennifer Craig wins Leacock award

Craig suffered a stroke before the ceremony and is currently in hospital

Nelson’s Jennifer Craig wins Leacock award

Craig suffered a stroke before the ceremony and is currently in hospital

Nelson council bans ‘nuisance’ behaviour on the street

Also prohibited: obstructing a sidewalk

VIDEO: 425 singers light up the Nelson arena

An audience of 615 attended Fireworks Community Choir on the weekend

Man accused in Baker St. death to appear in Castlegar court Thursday

Miles Halverson remains in custody

UPDATE: A fish farm on Kootenay Lake?

Albeit Aquaculture’s notice of intention doesn’t add up

Former B.C. police chief dies in ATV accident

Ex-Nelson top cop began his career in Vancouver

B.C. man’s family slams watchdog investigation clearing RCMP officer

Report on the death of Peter De Groot ignores crucial issues, family says

UPDATED: 3-year wait for probe into police-involved fatal shooting ‘unacceptable’: B.C. RCMP

RCMP officers shot and killed the West Slocan resident after a manhunt

Kootenay Literary Competition returns

The deadline for submissions from writers across the Kootenays is December 31

Shambhala Music Festival cancels Sunday night lineup

More than 17,000 festival goers have been at the music festival since Friday.

Organizers preparing for worst as wildfire burns near Shambhala Music Festival

Evacuating 15,000 festival attendees would be easier than evacuating a town: public safety director

Black Press names new Kootenay/Boundary publisher

Eric Lawson comes to the West Kootenay/Boundary with three decades of community media experience.