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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.
Creedence Clearwater Revisited will headline CannaFest in Grand Forks this August.
Three Rosslanders placed in the top three of their events during this year’s Broken Goat trail race.
A bear decided to hang out in the area and ended up in a tree.
The seventh annual Kootenay Festival will take place at Millennium Park on Saturday.
Kootenay West’s MLA was among the 22 members of the NDP who were sworn in as cabinet ministers.
Most of the smoke blanketing the valley is not from local fires.
The Seven Summits Centre for Learning will start the new school year in a new location.
Kids had so much fun at the MakerMobile in Rossland last Thursday.
The main floor of the Miners’ Hall was packed for the grand opening of the Gold Fever Follies.
Master of Education students from Nelson UBC have been exploring area communities.
The Soldiers of Odin are coming to the Kootenays — eventually.
Two Happy Valley gardens in Rossland were featured on this year’s Hills to Valley Garden & Art Tour.
The Josie Hotel will provide approximately 90 to 100 jobs, according to the hotel’s general manager.
It’s been a long road, but construction of the Rossland Skatepark is underway.
There will be no Grade 8 or 9 English classes at Rossland Summit School in September.
Over 400 people turned out to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday at the museum on Saturday.
Phase I of the Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre renewal project is complete.
The Gold Fever Follies season kicked off July 1 with the story of Joe Moris’ “discovery” of Rossland.