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Nakusp Toastmaster shines in local contest

Local toastmaster Andreea Myhal recently took part in an area toastmaster contest in Penticton.

Joyce premieres Dead Crow performance in West Kootenay

Sean Arthur Joyce will soon be performing the debut piece "Dead Crow: Prologue" at the Bonnington Arts Centre.

Castlegar seeks funding for airport study

The study will look at ways to improve landing at the airport.

Silver Fox run raised money for cancer research

The run, taking place at Halcyon House in Nakusp, was the first of its kind for the assisted living facility.

Inaugural food council seeks new members

The council is a joint initiative of several groups, including the RDCK and the BC Food Systems Network.

Nakusp and Area Youth Society moves forward

An update from the members of the Nakusp and Area Youth Society.

From the Hill with Wayne Stetski

MP Wayne Stetski discusses struggles with the democratic system.

Dance performance evokes Hiroshima

New Denver artist uses dance to depict her experiences during the bombing of Hiroshima.

Nakusp tunes in to last Hip concert

Many residents came out to watch the live broadcast of the final concert of the Tragically Hip.

Nakusp Golf Course hosts Ryder Cup

40 teams took part in this year's local version of the Ryder Cup.

BC SPCA’s eighth annual Wildlife-In-Focus photography contest

Photographers have until the end of September to submit their images.

Harvesting Nakusp’s autumn bounty

A new group in Nakusp aims at connecting fruit and vegetable growers with locals.

Herta’s spirit fills the ball park again

Family and friends came together to remember Herta Ross at the Kathy Pedersen Park.

Overblown response to museum whistle fundraiser

Residents and visitors have been very enthusiastic about blowing the noon whistle at the information centre.

Grub and gratitude

First responders are honoured at the fourth annual appreciation dinner at the Legion.

Bikes flying out the door

People are coming in from far and wide for a bike from Shon's.

Thought for food: Food Policy Council

Several groups in the area are discussing the launch of a Food Policy Council for Central Kootenay.

BC SPCA wildlife photography contest now open for entries

The contest has a new category this year, and ballots for the category can be cast by donation.

Postal worker strike looms

After issuing a 72 hours lockout notice, work stoppage could occur as early as Friday.

Time to start hiking

A list of trails around Nakusp the public has access to this summer.