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Social media campaign aims to bring more awareness to Nakusp and all it offers.
Water and sewer bills will be going out next month, but setting the rates with an eye to the future has been a challenge for Nakusp.
There’s not much left of Ken and Moira Miller’s living room as the scrapbooking business has slowly eaten up the space.
The third annual Gord Roberts Blue Knuckle Derby was a go again this year, thanks to quick thinking and acting.
There was a bit of an audience for the Jan. 13 Nakusp council meeting which included annual reports and hot springs rate discussion.
To echo Laurie Page, I get the feeling that 2014 is going to be a great one for Nakusp. And not just for Nakusp, but the whole area.
Building relationships takes time. In fact, I believe they’re grown or cultivated more than built.
Mickey Wojnarowski’s new shelves are a labour of love, the first love after six years of liver illness and recovery.
With all the snow, Summit Lake’s ski hill is open again, but now into new expanded digs.
You’ve probably seen work from Nakusp Mobile Mechanics around town even if you didn’t know it.
Over the holidays, a telecommunications tower was put up near Burton as one part of a ten-year agreement with the Province.
With the new year come annual property assessments, and area residents won’t be seeing much of a change.
From Nakusp to Haiti and back again, the community affected and was affected by the intelligence and action of its citizenry.
There has been more news this year than could be crammed into a single weekly issue, that’s for sure. Here are a few of your stories.
Alpine skiing’s low-key cousin Nordic has been dogged with a reputation of being slow-moving and, well, not all that interesting.
Fasten your seat belts: we will soon be reaching the nadir of our descent into yearly darkness.
Nakusp will be treated to some serious dancing music when DJ Aversive brings her set to the Three Lions Pub.
Nakusp council notes, the pool rates edition: the last meeting of council addressed bylaws and hot springs rates.
A fire in Arrow Park on Saturday, Dec. 14 destroyed an outbuilding, but the main house was saved by the Burton Volunteer Fire Department.
It’s a tricky balance to strike, the point between tradition and innovation that makes annual community rites engaging and interesting.