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Q&A: Kidnapping survivor, author Amanda Lindhout to speak in Nelson

Q&A: Kidnapping survivor, author Amanda Lindhout to speak in Nelson

Lindhout will speak about recovery after 15 months of violent captivity in Somalia
New boat plug law enacted to prevent spread of invasive species

New boat plug law enacted to prevent spread of invasive species

Inspection stations open to check boats
Oilers advance to Western Conference final with huge 3-2 win over Canucks

Oilers advance to Western Conference final with huge 3-2 win over Canucks

Edmonton fends off late Vancouver comeback in Game 7, will now play Dallas
PHOTOS: Kaslo Logger Sports celebrates 50th year

PHOTOS: Kaslo Logger Sports celebrates 50th year

The annual event was held during the May long weekend
Embrace the joy of living: West Kootenay Francophone fest goes May 25

Embrace the joy of living: West Kootenay Francophone fest goes May 25

Francophone association ready to celebrate the long-awaited event
QUIZ: In honour of Queen Victoria

QUIZ: In honour of Queen Victoria

How much do you know about the famous monarch associated with the Victoria Day long weekend?
Man fights off, shoots grizzly bear in attack near Elkford

Man fights off, shoots grizzly bear in attack near Elkford

Victim airlifted to Calgary hospital; bear found dead from injuries
Christina Lake Stewardship release salmon into Columbia River

Christina Lake Stewardship release salmon into Columbia River

Environmental society joins hundreds in annual release of fry
Drones could be used to fight mosquitos in Lardeau Valley

Drones could be used to fight mosquitos in Lardeau Valley

Treatment done by helicopters is pricey and increasingly difficult due to wildfires
‘Silent sentinels’: Nelson’s Cold War air raid sirens still stand

‘Silent sentinels’: Nelson’s Cold War air raid sirens still stand

One of the five sirens is now housed at the Nelson museum, others are decomissioned