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Rosslanders heading into the backcountry to snowmobile now have to contend with closure to one of the region’s prime terrains.
A feasibility study on Star Gulch will be undertaken as the city looks at the future intended use of the former main water storage facility.
Although the final numbers are yet to be cast in stone, proposed property taxes for Rossland residents will increase.
Council continues to cut cash from community group coffers as the blade rose and fell on more groups.
The Government of British Columbia dropped another chunk of change into the Golden City through Resort Municipality Funding (RMI).
There will be another Rosslander carrying the nation’s colours to the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia in March.
The Rossland Secondary School Renaming Committee has now shortlisted the name ideas submitted and they are looking for Rosslander’s input.
A proposal for a sewage treatment plant in Rossland has been flushed at the regional district level.
A beautiful painting created by Red Mountain Racers will be on display during Rossland’s Winter Carnival at the Rossland Art Gallery.
For 117 years, the celebration of the snowy season and all that it contains has repeated itself on the landscape of the Golden City.
The school district has received its full complement of funding now that enrolment figures are officially in.
An abundant berry crop in the forest around Rossland led to an unusually quiet year for bear activity.
A management plan for the proposed Ministry of Forests’ Recreation site in the Rossland Range is becoming a reality.
People are needed now to help run and provide “crowd management” for the events of the 117th Rossland Winter Carnival in three weeks.
Greater Trail residents who were overcharged for payday loans from The Cash Store are eligible for refunds.
Nearly five months after 16-year-old Kolby had a heart transplant she was back at school in Rossland at the beginning of October.
nyone who could find themselves alone on Dec. 25, the Trail Legion and the annual community Christmas dinner has a solution: join them.
Bullying is not as big of a problem at J.L. Crowe Secondary School, Trail as it is compared to the national average. Or is it?
After a lengthy debate, council approved setting the fine amount at $500 for the bylaw infraction
The province has invested in the first electric vehicle charging station for Trail.