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The fifth-annual Kootenay Rock Climbing Festival will feature one of Canada’s boldest climbers.
The Castlegar Hospice Society is granting living wishes using virtual reality.
A new documentary series premiering on the CBC this Sunday features footage shot near Rossland.
The memoirs of a couple who spent summers on top of Old Glory Mountain were published this summer.
Rossland City Council will be holding a Committee of the Whole meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 10.
The median total income in Rossland rose 32.7 per cent from $31,715 in 2005 to $42,091 in 2015
A little rain didn’t hurt Rossland’s annual freestyle dirt jump contest on Saturday.
The southern portion of the new Rossland youth space is expected to open in October.
The key to achieving 100 per cent renewable energy is better building envelopes.
The Rossland Royal Canadian Legion celebrated the grand re-opening of its upstairs lounge.
A band fronted by Juno-award-winning musician Julie Doiron released their first full-length album.
Despite a little rain, Rossland’s Golden City Days drew plenty of crowds over the weekend.
The Rossland Acoustic Music Camp will take place Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 at the Red Roof Church.
Rossland musician Brett Wildeman has released his latest album and is heading out on tour.
The local chapter of the Canadian Federation of University Women is celebrating its 50th anniversary
Tuesday was the first day back to school for Rossland’s students.
Adventure and dual sport motorcycle rally will feature some big names in off road motorbiking.
Rossland council awarded the tender for the Rossland Museum roof replacement to Trail Roofing Ltd.
The official opening of the city’s rainbow crosswalk was celebrated Tuesday morning.
The suspect is still at large after a break-in at the Chameleon Restaurant.