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by Contributor on Sunday Jun 18 2017

Nelson author, Diana Morita Cole, is the recipient of the 2017 Richard Carver Award for Emerging Writers.

The award is sponsored by the Nelson and District Arts Council, the Elephant Mountain Literary Festival and the Carver Family.

Cole, selected by a jury charged with finding the best recipient, will receive her award and read from her work at Elephant Mountain Literary...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Jun 11 2017

There's only a few more sleeps for fans of Ron James to purchase tickets for the award-winning comedian.

The show in Nelson is scheduled for Thursday (June 15) at the Capitol Theatre and the next night in Trail, Friday (June 16) at the Charles Bailey Theatre.

Marshaling a comedian’s eye for satire and a writer’s ear for language, James takes his audience on a breath-taking, non-...

by Contributor on Tuesday Oct 13 2015

Thursday (October 15) is a big day for credit unions and its members.

Credit Unionr members and branches from around the world will join together to celebrate International Credit Union Day, an annual event to commemorate the credit union movement’s impact and achievements globally, nationally and in local communities.

This year’s theme, “People Helping People. Our Co-op...

by Golden Bear on Wednesday Feb 18 2015

Golden Bear Children's Centre currently has vacancies for Spring Break within our School Age Program.

The Program wll be open to community families in need of care during the two week School closure. We will be operating a school age program from Monday 16th March - Friday 27th March 2015. We are open from 7:30am - 5:30pm

For more information or to book your child a spot please...

by SeanBateman on Thursday Nov 27 2014
Everyone knew about a Trail resident that got ran over by a vehicle back in May. He had successful surgery to his left hip and now has a metal plate bolted on his hip to keep the ball socket in place and had a broken leg. Unlike Carol Enns, this person did not have aid by the community and all he got is a few people behind him for moral support. Also, he stayed in the hosptial for a little...
by Rossland Unit Canadian Cancer Society on Tuesday Jun 03 2014

The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) is leading the charge in the fight again all cancers – of which there are more than 200 different types.  Every three minutes, another Canadian is faced with a cancer battle.  It’s likely the disease has affected almost everyone, be it a personal diagnosis or that of a loved one.  With the support of our volunteers, donors and community partners we are funding...

by Daniel Max on Monday Apr 28 2014

  Your quick responses and hard work helped save my house.

Thank You:

City of Rossland Engineering and Operations Departments

Emergency Weekend Crew

  • Mike Hinchcliffe
  • Mike Wert
  • Ryan Zanussi...
by Anonymous on Thursday Apr 24 2014

Today is Ryan's 40th birthday and his friends and family would like to wish him all the best1

by Adrian Barnes on Thursday Mar 27 2014

You are cordially invited to attend an
Open House & AGM
at the
Rossland Public Library
10 April 2014
Meet the board
Library Renewal Project presentation
6:30 - 7:30 pm
AGM to follow
Refreshments
For more information: 250.362.7611 or...

by Crickets on Thursday Mar 27 2014

Can someone explain to me how the act of stalking and murdering woodland creatures for the sheer joy and excitement of mounting their carcass on a wall, or splaying it across the floor, is still acceptable? What frightens me is the utter lack of empathy and compassion required to lower a gun at a living being, one absolutely as capable of feeling pain and fear, and with the equal desire to...

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