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B.C.’s Nancy Greene Raine says goodbye to politics

The B.C. senator and former Olympic skier will be turning 75 this year, and looks to retiring

ANKORS: Eight local fentanyl overdoses in last week

A rash of overdoses is due to heroin being laced with fentanyl

VIDEO: 79-year-old B.C. man fights Parkinson’s with boxing

Bob Browning on sparring with the disease

‘Too terrible to be true’: B.C. player almost returned to the Humboldt Broncos

Zach Morey reflects on a pivotal choice he made

Fentanyl found in over two dozen samples at Shambhala last year

A new study shows the opioid was more prevalent at the event than previously thought

The pieces of Darwin Greyeyes

A local artist went missing last year. This is what he left behind

Kootenay Boundary remains in unusually dangerous avalanche period

Avalanche Canada says it expects snowpack conditions to get better soon

Kootenay Boundary remains in unusually dangerous avalanche period

Avalanche Canada says it expects snowpack conditions to get better soon

B.C. family under investigation after buying injured calves from dairy farm

Cici Life Farm Sanctuary is being scrutinized for transporting two injured bull calves

VIDEO: B.C. woman sets new world highline record in Utah

Nelson’s Mia Noblet crossed a 493-metre gap that was 120 metres up in the air

Scientists find meteorite pieces near Crawford Bay

Meteorite fragments have been discovered in Crawford Bay

Meteorite fragments found near Crawford Bay

The pieces came from the fireball that exploded over Kootenay Lake in September

PHOTOS: Wildflower shows off its new bee hive

Would you like some tea with your bees?

Sihota, Lovan capture B.C. Juvenile Championships

The pair dominated the field at the provincial tournament hosted by Granite Pointe

Granite Pointe prepares to host provincial tournament

The B.C. Juvenile Championships will run next week in Nelson

Single Track 6 skids into Nelson

American Justine Lindine finished the last stage first in just over two hours

Hidden Innovators: Tech in the Kootenays

A tech industry exists in the West Kootenay — you just have to know where to look for it.

B.C. Green Party leader visits Nelson

Andrew Weaver was in town to announce his party's agricultural platform.