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Trails Society wants to forge formal partnerships

The Nakusp Trails Society presented plans for partnerships with the Village of Nakusp on trail initiatives.
Gord Roberts Blue Knuckle weekend brings folks and fish together

Gord Roberts Blue Knuckle weekend brings folks and fish together

Friends and family rallied in Nakusp and organized this year’s Blue Knuckle Derby as a memorial to the man who...

NMF Board says no Music Fest for 2012, remains silent about future plans

The Nakusp Music Fest (NMF) will not be holding a festival in 2012, but organizers are hoping to come back for 2013.
Road to Cedar Grove reopened thanks to heli-ski company

Road to Cedar Grove reopened thanks to heli-ski company

The Forest Service road near the Nakusp Hot Springs is open again, thanks to heli-ski company CMH.
Drug charges laid in Winlaw alpaca incident

Drug charges laid in Winlaw alpaca incident

Charges have formally been laid against a Slocan Valley man following an incident last year in which two dogs killed an alpaca in Winlaw.
Regional district debates smart meters

Regional district debates smart meters

The RDCK wants FortisBC to let customers opt out of smart meters if they wish — but has stopped short of calling for a moratorium.
Mayor has news of new council and Nakusp’s birthday

Mayor has news of new council and Nakusp’s birthday

Mayor Karen Hamling gives her January 2012 report for the Village of Nakusp.
Save Nelson jobs, RDCK tells BC Hydro

Save Nelson jobs, RDCK tells BC Hydro

The regional district is joining the chorus of political bodies condemning BC Hydro’s decision to close its Nelson office.

Notes from the January 10 Nakusp Council meeting

The first meeting of Nakusp Council on Jan. 10 covered a lot of ground.

No Nakusp Music Fest in 2012 – UPDATED

The Nakusp Music Fest (NMF) will not be holding a festival in 2012, but are hoping to come back for 2013.