John Boivin

Production marks return to hometown for actor

Gordon performs as Scrooge in A Christmas Carol

Musical business owner creates Christmas music CD

Artist has produced album of seasonal favourites

Baby boom boosts Burton school talk

District would consider reopening if funding available, parents commit

Area taxpayers asked to fund museum staff

Nakusp museum seeks full-time part-time adminstrator

CUPE, Nakusp agree to new contract

There’s labour peace in the village for two more years

Nakusp agencies to address local housing crisis

Affordable, supported housing projects may break ground in 2018

Web eats tourist office traffic, but expert help still needed

Visitor centre’s numbers down as visitors flock online

Mayor hopeful hospital renos to be funded in new year

Hamling lobbies for ministerial intervention to settle dispute with Interior Health

Caribou plan avoids central issue, environmentalists say

Agreement is just delaying action, they charge

Village, CUPE staff hammer out agreement

Union president: “not everyone is happy”

Wonky cell service due to upgrading, says Telus

Repairs should be done by end of week.

Council mulls sidewalks, water main repair

People working to build a multi-purpose community facility went to council looking for support.

User says logging has degraded local ski trail

Impact of logging ‘a matter of opinion’, says NACFOR head

Village smooths path for Christmas Light-up plans

Council agenda includes insurance, sewers and internet service

Group pushing for fixed link across Arrow Lakes

A new report and government have a local lobby group pushing for a bridge across Arrow Lakes.

Edgewood fire hall plans complicated by red tape

Plans, survey add $16k to project

Police investigating single-car accident

A woman had to be pulled out her car using the Jaws of Life after losing control and crashing

Update: Mayor disappointed by CUPE vote

Rejected offer was “fair and affordable”

International artist lives quiet life in Nakusp

Mabie made a living with art he gives away

Fire department gets kits to help save pet’s lives

Masks fit pet’s muzzles to allow them to receive oxygen