Nelson Star Staff

Police investigating felling of old cedars at Cottonwood Lake

One of the cedars was 300 to 450 years old

Funds approved for new Kootenay Lake ferry

The ferry will have almost twice the capacity of the current MV Balfour

U.S. and Canada continue to talk Columbia River Treaty

Katrine Conroy says flood risk and hydro power were topics of discussion

VIDEO: Trip to Nelson featured on Price is Right

A six-night stay in Nelson was one of the show’s prizes

Kokanee angling season on Kootenay Lake limited to just four days

Last year fishers could catch kokanee for 28 days

Judge: Nelson not liable for snowbank injury

A woman sued the city after injuring herself in 2015

Driver critically injured in crash near Nelson

A 40-year-old man was ejected from his car in a collision

Reduced spring service planned for Kootenay Lake ferry

Expected low lake levels is the reason for the longer wait times

UPDATED: Avalanche control closes Highways 3, 31

Highway 3 between Salmo and Creston expected to be shut down until 4 p.m. Thursday

Missing skier airlifted from backcountry near Whitewater

A man had been reported missing Monday afternoon

Wanted man eludes arrest in Beasley

Ishmani Baker, 21, is wanted on several counts in northern BC

VIDEO: Kootenay drug users fight stigma with video series

The multi-part series from ANKORS is meant to align with the goals of the Nelson Fentanyl Task Force

West Kootenay cities win grant to develop smart transportation

Castlegar, Nelson, Trail and Rossland have been awarded $40,000 for Smart Cities project

Shorter hours announced for Nelway, Carson border crossings

The crossings will close at 8 p.m. beginning Nov. 26

Nelson police find $16K worth of suspected fentanyl, meth in minivan

Two people face charges of possession and trafficking in a controlled substance

Man arrested after fleeing RCMP in car near Salmo

The man was wearing a Shambhala Music Festival crew bracelet

Six babies born in one day in Nelson

Kootenay Lake Hospital’s maternity ward was hectic on July 24

B.C. music festival invests in drug-testing tech

Salmo’s Shambhala Music Festival donated $10K to help purchase an FTIR Spectrometer

CBT provides nearly $1 million in funding to social organizations

Kaslo’s North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society received a major grant

Wildfire Roundup: Highlighting five fires in the West Kootenay

None of the blazes were threatening structures