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The final results of the B.C. election are in, but it’s unclear who will form government.
Due to popular demand, the Avant Garde Cabaret in Rossland will be a two-night event this year.
Council recommended Liquor Control & Licensing award a license to the Fraternal Order of Eagles.
Rossland will celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday alongside three other milestones on July 1.
The grand opening of the newly renovated Rossland Museum will take place on Friday, June 30.
Students at the Seven Summits Centre for Learning in Rossland have been learning while traveling.
Students at Rossland Summit School have been observing the Jubilee Wetland this school year.
A Rossland Summit School student placed third in this year’s Junior Dragons Den.
The final count for the election isn’t in yet, but MLA Katrine Conroy is already back at work.
Construction on Spokane Street and Leroi Avenue is expected to begin in the next couple of weeks.
Black Jack cross country skiers Julien Locke and Rémi Drolet made the National Ski Team.
Rossland Summit School’s new drama teacher is remounting the play she performed in as an RSS student.
A fire damaged Clansey’s Café and RossVegas Boardshop early Wednesday morning.
Construction on Spokane Street and Leroi Avenue is expected to begin on Monday, May 15.
A review of the Rossland Light Opera Players' production of "The Reluctant Dragon."
Rossland City Council is moving forward with development concepts for a four-storey building on the Emcon Lot.
Rossland’s very own John Lee’s Hooker is headed out on the road, and they’re kicking off the tour at home on Friday.
The City of Rossland has cut $250,000 from this year’s budget, allowing it to raise taxes 4.75 per cent rather than 10 per cent.
B.C. students elected an NDP majority with a Green Party opposition in the Student Vote BC 2017.
The Canadian Press made the call after only 14 of 79 polls reported.