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While the major biking event was good for business, it wasn't necessarily good for the trails.
A young woman who went to high school in Rossland has received a $1,500 scholarships.
The local hospice society is granting living wishes using virtual reality.
Rossland City Council will be holding a Committee of the Whole meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 10.
A band fronted by Juno-award-winning musician Julie Doiron released their first full-length album.
The Rossland Royal Canadian Legion celebrated the grand re-opening of its upstairs lounge.
The key to achieving 100 per cent renewable energy is better building envelopes.
Residents in the West Kootenay have been hunting meteor fragments after a fireball was reported.
The Rossland Acoustic Music Camp will take place Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 at the Red Roof Church.
Adventure and dual sport motorcycle rally will feature some big names in off road motorbiking.
Rossland musician Brett Wildeman has released his latest album and is heading out on tour.
After winning two of their four exhibition games, the Rebels will begin the regular season Friday.
We talked with the key players to find out more about how The Red Mountain came together.
An adventure race is coming to the Kootenays.
The triathlon proposed for Rossland that caused some controversy has become a quadrathlon.
Many gathered at the abandoned townsite of Farron to celebrate 25 years of the Rail Trail.
The Castlegar Fire Department responded to structure fire on 10th Avenue in Castlegar.
A three-car collision stopped two-way traffic on Columbia Avenue Friday just before noon.
Two orgs running subsidized affordable housing in Castlegar received energy retrofit grants.
Castlegar seniors learned how to prepare for an evacuation in the event one becomes necessary last Thursday.