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“We live by a lake. Water safety is a must.”
A complete and total ban on open fires is now in place in British Columbia.
If you’ve heard anyone say there is nothing to do in Nakusp, point them to the Community Calendar.
The women of the Arrow Lakes took in a very cool event on a very hot Sunday.
Do you know how deeply entrenched Overwaitea is in this community?
The Music in the Park series opened last week with 23 North in keeping with tradition.
July’s council meeting was focused on an update on the Trails Masterplan.
Last week Anne Beliveau updated her gallery exhibit to a series ideal for the summer.
All of the events happening in the area for Canada 150.
The 14th annual Aboriginal Day Celebration was held at the Nakusp Elementary School.
After deciding to build three condos, Molly Bell heard about the idea of making Passive Houses.
June 17 marked the first OutFest, an LGBTQ+ film festival held as part of Pride Week.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch of Nakusp during the Legion’s open house on June 17.
Why have you decided to take part in the Arrow Lakes Ambassador Program?
A teacher and widlife rep have proposed to build a wetland in the forested area next to NES.
Arrow and Slocan Lakes Community Services (ASLCS) has added a Revelstoke route to its bus schedule.
Another year has come and gone at Nakusp Secondary School.
Members of the Nakusp Volunteer Fire Department celebrated receiving the new fire engine.
After many hours of hard work, Broadway Deli has reopened under the management of chef Tyler Leeson.
Pat and Jan Dion’s cross country road trip.