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Castlegar seniors learned how to prepare for an evacuation in the event one becomes necessary last Thursday.
When I was first moving to Rossland the thing I got most excited about was the fall fair.
The majority of Rosslanders over the age of 15 are married or living common law.
Rossland will have five stops on the Columbia Basin Culture Tour, taking place Aug. 12 and 13.
The majority of Castlegar residents over the age of 15 are married or living common law.
This year's Columbia Basin Culture Tour includes 10 stops in Castlegar, two in Robson and one is Raspberry.
The Castlegar Youth Action Network hosted an open mic at a local concert series last Thursday.
On Aug. 20, the cast of the Gold Fever Follies will perform selected fan fiction submitted by fans.
A Rossland mountain biker strutted her skills on the descent at the cross-country biking event.
The museum moved onto fundraising for Phase 2 with its third annual Charity Golf Tournament.
July's weather was dry and hot, and our local meteorologist forecasts that trend will continue.
Rossland City Council publicly released the final report to review fire service in Rossland.
The local arts council is planning a three-day celebration in October.
A Rosslander who offers high-performance training in Trail hopes to expand with a Rossland location.
More dry weather is expected over the coming week, extending the dry spell that has been July.
A bear decided to hang out in the area and ended up in a tree.
Castlegar's fire chief is reminding residents not to drive over fallen power or utility lines.
Two West Kootenay Golfers have placed in the top 25 at the B.C. junior golf championships.
The Castlegar Rebels have named four 20-year-old players to next season's leadership team.
A contributing artist to the Castlegar Sculpturewalk has passed away.