Chelsea Novak

Rossland rec site project on a roll after three years

After three years of hard work, the Rossland Recreation Site project is nearly complete.

Castlegar boys recognized by Vancouver Fire Rescue

Two Castlegar boys have received a commendation from Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services.

Juno-award winning folk singer headed to Rossland

Prince will play at the Flying Steamshovel on Monday, Dec. 4, making a stop on his Breathless Tour.

City of Rossland celebrates completion of Spokane Street Infrastructure Project

The City of Rossland celebrated the completion of the Spokane Street Infrastructure Project.

Rossland’s asset management planning takes centre stage at BC conference

Mayor Kathy Moore and CAO Bryan Teasdale recapped Rossland’s asset and infrastructure planning.

Deconstructing Dinner Film Festival comes to Rossland

The festival screened an episode of Deconstructing Dinner: Reconstructing Our Food System

Paintings by Syrian father and son end long journey at VISAC Gallery in Trail

The paintings on display at the VISAC Gallery in Trail have been through a lot

Seven Summits celebrates grand opening

“Over 1,000 volunteer hours went into this renovation.”

Seven Summits Centre for Learning in Rossland receives $5,000 for robotics program

The local learning centre has received $5,000 from Telus for a robotics program.

Thoughtexchange asks Rossland Council to support mixed-use on midtown lands site

A representative from Thoughtexchange attended Tuesday night’s council meeting.

Castlegar pop singer headed to Hollywood

Amelio’s song “Faded Away” was nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media award.

New FortisBC facility near Castlegar running waste-free pilot project

The FortisBC facility in Ootischenia is the site of the company’s newest pilot program.

Rossland Youth Action Network aims to raise $15,000 in 15 days

The local youth action network is aiming to raise $15,000 in the next 15 days.

West Kootenay supporters of Ktunaxa Nation disappointed by Supreme Court of Canada decision

Supporters of the Ktunaxa Nation were disappointed by a Supreme Court of Canada decision last Thursday.

Black Jack skier qualifies for World Cup

Julien Locke took first in the Frozen Thunder Sprint Qualifier Classic, qualified for the World Cup.

Survey shows support for Castlegar Complex upgrade

The majority of respondants are in favour of a major upgrade to the Castlegar Complex.

Castlegar entrepreneur crafting coffin bed

The coffin under construction in one local entrepreneur’s garage isn’t a prop for Halloween.

Energy Crawl 2017 highlights energy efficient homes in Rossland

The Rossland Sustainability Commission held its second-annual Energy Crawl on Saturday.

Family Action Network announces Check Early Check Often Centres

The Family Action Network has announced the unveiling of a network of centres.

Manager of public works confident in Rossland Arena’s safety

Rossland’s manager of public works is confident that Rossland’s arena is safe.