The 1987 motion picture Roxanne put Nelson on the map as a big-screen story — based on the play Cyrano de Bergerac — showcasing Heritage City scenery to moviegoers across North America.
In the coming months, the uniquely Canadian outdoor television show, Dimestore Fishermen, promises to do the same.
“(Jim Hoey and) the crew were very impressed with what they saw and they were definitely treated to an amazing experience,” said Kerry Reed, owner/operator of Reel Adventures Fishing Charter in Nelson, who began courting Hoey in March.
The civic election debate went off last night and the effluent flow cursing through the city infrastructure was a big theme as was the sewer issue.
The Nakusp and Revelstoke RCMP said Tuesday they had recovered the body of an 83-year-old woman from Arrow Lake.
The Nakusp resident was reported missing Friday after she was overdue from returning from an eye appointment in Revelstoke.
Kay Mansour was scheduled to attend a medical appointment in Revelstoke on Oct. 24, however she never arrived for it.
Friends in Nakusp believed Mansour was visiting in Revelstoke but when she did not keep in contact they became concerned.
Toes will tap and energy will soar as the talented Russian musicians and dancers from the Roma Gry Gypsy Dance Group of Vancouver take to the stage at the Grand Forks Secondary School Auditorium on Saturday, November 12 at 7:30 p.m.
The Boundary District Arts Council presents this exotic and whirling evening of passionate choreographed Gypsy dance with live music, colourful traditional Gypsy costumes and props to add a sense of realism.