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Test your trivia skills and support Take a Hike on May 26 at the Royal Canadian Legion in Trail.
Seven Summits student Hannah Clemmensen will attend the United World College in Bosnia.
Students at Rossland Summit School have been observing the Jubilee Wetland this school year.
Daffodil Dash Trail raised over $31,000 toward cancer research, prevention and support programs.
Silverton was originally known as Four Mile or Four Mile City, after Four Mile Creek.
Last Wednesday students from the Seven Summits Centre for Learning presented their ROPE projects to the public.
The Kootenay Festival of the Arts held the music Highlights Concert on April 22 at the First Presbyterian Church in Trail.
Shutty Bench, a few kilometers north of Kaslo, was founded by Andrew Shutty and his son.
The streets of Rossland were paved with artwork and lemonade on Sunday night.
Grade 12 students at the Seven Summits Centre for Learning learned some life skills during Career Week.
You’d think that Sophie Hargreaves comes by it all pretty naturally.
Papers from all around B.C. took home awards in almost every single category
Shoreacres, the wide flat at the confluence of the Slocan and Kootenay rivers, was previously known as Slocan Crossing and Lancasters.
Yolanda Ridge asked local elementary students to help her make a donation for Earth Day.
Rossland’s fourth annual Youth Week kicks off on Friday with plenty of events for youth to attend and participate in.
Was Shields named for a railway contractor or for the Shiell brothers?
Science met Easter last Thursday, when the Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre held a special Easter Slime Time at the library.