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B.C. couple ‘shaken but unharmed’ following Vegas mass shooting

B.C. couple ‘shaken but unharmed’ following Vegas mass shooting

More than 50 people were killed in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history

B.C. couple ‘shaken but unharmed’ following Vegas mass shooting
A disguised burglar broke into Ted Allen’s Jewellry and made off with $30,000 before crashing a car, killing his passenger and triggering a province-wide manhunt on Monday. Web photo

Province-wide manhunt launched following Nelson burglary

Suspect got away with $30,000 worth of merchandise before crashing stolen car

A disguised burglar broke into Ted Allen’s Jewellry and made off with $30,000 before crashing a car, killing his passenger and triggering a province-wide manhunt on Monday. Web photo
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UPDATE: Emergency personnel disagree with decision to re-open Shambhala

Organizers have told people they can stay

(Will Johnson/Nelson Star)
Shambhala Music Festival cancels Sunday night lineup

Shambhala Music Festival cancels Sunday night lineup

More than 17,000 festival goers have been at the music festival since Friday.

Shambhala Music Festival cancels Sunday night lineup
A bear (not the one pictured here) shredded a tent at Red Sands Beach on Thursday evening. File photo

Nelson bear shreds Red Sands tent

Nelson Police reported incident that occurred on Thursday evening

A bear (not the one pictured here) shredded a tent at Red Sands Beach on Thursday evening. File photo
Kootenay-Columbia Liberal candidate Don Johnston celebrated news of Justin Trudeau's election as prime minister with local supporter Cheryl Elliot.

Election 2015: Liberal Don Johnston: ‘Line up, pot’s legal!’

Kootenay-Columbia Liberal candidate spent the evening with supporters in the Hume Hotel in Nelson, praised Justin Trudeau's leadership.

Kootenay-Columbia Liberal candidate Don Johnston celebrated news of Justin Trudeau's election as prime minister with local supporter Cheryl Elliot.