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$10 a head reward for northern pike caught in Columbia, Kootenay and Pend d' Oreille Rivers.
Complete Street project moving along - here's a look at the project schedule.
A Castlegar man is facing drug trafficking charges following a drug bust in Castlegar July 4.
Biologists are asking Arrow Lakes anglers for the insides of their fish.
Forty musicians gathered Monday night at Millennium Park for an Old Time Fiddle Jam.
The real reason for the closure is poor planning on the part of Interior Health, writes the BC Nurses' Union
"The best fundraisers really push you out of your comfort zone."
Playing with half the usual number of players, the Bantam Lacrosse team shows Castlegar has heart.
Auditor says city in healthy financial position
Parcel tax is doing its job and no tax increases are recommended
Step into the Light is a wellness fair aimed at normalizing talk about parental mental health.
A day of festivities kept people excited and well fed.
City will now have Committee of the Whole meetings on the same days as regular council meetings.
Retired Fire Engine No. 3 arrives in San Pedro Pochutla after eight month border delay.
RCMP Cpl Brett Turner told city council it is not something residents should be overly worried about
Ceremony held in Castlegar encourages the next generation to continue the work to bring salmon home
Local doctors list benefits of enhancements to the Castlegar Community Complex before referendum.
Kootenay Country Music Festival July 6-8 to feature Brett Kissel, Washboard Union and Emerson Drive.
Stanley Humphries Secondary School said congratulations to the Class of 2018.
Minister of Children and Family Development Katrine Conroy spoke to Castlegar grads Friday night.