Alicia Wallace

Rossland News Reporter Alicia Wallace reflects on the memories she has made here.

Column: Farewell from Reporter Alicia Wallace

Rossland News Reporter Alicia Wallace returns home to Australia and reflects on the memories she has made here.

Rossland News Reporter Alicia Wallace reflects on the memories she has made here.
Now the local ski hill is back on course for spring skiing explains Red's general manager Don Thompson.

Ski season extended following ironic climax

Now the local ski hill is back on course for spring skiing explains Red's general manager Don Thompson.

Now the local ski hill is back on course for spring skiing explains Red's general manager Don Thompson.
Members of the Tourism Rossland board celebrate the successful state of the Rossland visitor economy in 2014.

Rossland’s visitor economy worth over $13 million per year

Record year for Rossland’s accommodation revenue.

Members of the Tourism Rossland board celebrate the successful state of the Rossland visitor economy in 2014.
Twin Peaks getting the audience shaking their Strawberry Smoothie at a gig they played in Rossland.

Rosslanders entertained by garage demigods

Indi rock band Twin Peaks played new music from their album Wild Onion to the sold out crowd

Twin Peaks getting the audience shaking their Strawberry Smoothie at a gig they played in Rossland.
An Avalanche Canada public avalanche forecaster examines the snowpack.

$325,000 grant towards increasing public avalanche safety

Avalanche Canada will receive $325,000 over the next two years from Columbia Basin Trust.

An Avalanche Canada public avalanche forecaster examines the snowpack.
The Rossland Mountain Market was announced as the winner of the Famer’s Market of the Year in the small market category (six to 20 vendors) at the second annual BC Farmers' Market awards.

Local market named B.C. Farmer’s Market of the year

The Rossland Mountain Market was announced as the winner of the Farmer’s Market of the Year.

The Rossland Mountain Market was announced as the winner of the Famer’s Market of the Year in the small market category (six to 20 vendors) at the second annual BC Farmers' Market awards.
The Rossland Light Opera Players’ (RLOP) Anne of Green Gables performance opened at the Charles Bailey Theatre in Trail on Friday Feb. 20 enchanting the audience.  The show continues in Rossland at the Rossland Summit School (RSS) 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday

Must-see show of the season!

Must see show Anne of Green Gables continues Friday and Saturday Feb 27 & 28 at Rossland Summit School.

The Rossland Light Opera Players’ (RLOP) Anne of Green Gables performance opened at the Charles Bailey Theatre in Trail on Friday Feb. 20 enchanting the audience.  The show continues in Rossland at the Rossland Summit School (RSS) 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday

City of Rossland Council Briefs

City of Rossland Council Briefs from meeting held Monday Feb. 23.

On Wednesday March 11 Manitoban band Until Red will be performing down to earth grooves and ear grabbing melodies at the Rossland Miners’ Hall from 7 p.m. as presented by RCAC.

A fitting name for a band playing in Rossland

Until Red booked by the Arts Council to entertain on Wednesday, March 11.

On Wednesday March 11 Manitoban band Until Red will be performing down to earth grooves and ear grabbing melodies at the Rossland Miners’ Hall from 7 p.m. as presented by RCAC.
The map shows the multi use trails known as Pinewood Connectors which have been awarded grant funding to be completed prior to Feb. 13

New multi-use trail thanks to grant success

The City of Rossland has been awarded $24,537 in grant funds from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

The map shows the multi use trails known as Pinewood Connectors which have been awarded grant funding to be completed prior to Feb. 13
Get along to Seedy Saturday this Feb. 28 at Rossland Miner’s Hall and learn more than you imagined about gardening and eating real foods.

Real Foods Seedy Saturday

Get real about your food, health and your community at this weekend’s Rossland Real Foods’ Seedy Saturday.

Get along to Seedy Saturday this Feb. 28 at Rossland Miner’s Hall and learn more than you imagined about gardening and eating real foods.
Rossland Summit School grade one students went on an outdoor field trip as part of Wildsight’s Winter Wonder program.

Rossland youth experience the wonders of winter

Rossland youth experience the wonders of winter. Rossland Summit School (RSS) primary students experience a half day field trip.

Rossland Summit School grade one students went on an outdoor field trip as part of Wildsight’s Winter Wonder program.

First mobile screening day for the Family Action Network clients

First mobile screening day for the Family Action Network clients

Taxi service welcomed

Weekend cab service trials to go permanent

“The Game” Rail Jam and Bobsled events were saved by snow paladins

Carnival saved from carnage

Rail Jam and Bobsled saved by snow paladins

“The Game” Rail Jam and Bobsled events were saved by snow paladins
Rossland Heritage Commission launches website

Heritage Commission launches website

Rossland Heritage Commission launches website. Website launch in time for Heritage Week celebrations

Rossland Heritage Commission launches website

Rossland receives part of the allocation

$6.9 million in BC Arts Council grants awarded

Everyone is pitching in to build a skate park for Rossland

Tighty whities challenge

Rossland Skatepark Association to break ground in the summer of 2016.

Everyone is pitching in to build a skate park for Rossland
Columbia Avenue in 1896.

Rossland Museum celebrates

Rossland’s past comes to life during history week

Columbia Avenue in 1896.
Library to host information session

Library to host information session

For those who would like to leave a legacy and give back to their community your opportunity has arrived in the library renewal project.

Library to host information session