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Two snowboarders went out of bounds and were missing overnight.
Local National Ski Team member Julien Locke claimed a new personal best.
On Dec. 12 Western Canada lost a man who made a mark in its skiing community.
The Rossland Mountain Market held during Rossland Winter Carnival will be bigger than ever.
Two dads who raised athletes are providing options for students who want to pursue athletic careers.
“If you want to survive in the backcountry, you’ve got to be self-sufficient.”
The Pack AD was unable to play in Rossland on Jan. 12 due to weather, but have rescheduled.
Alpine skiers from across the Kootenay Zone were at Red Mountain over the weekend to compete.
Golden Bear Children’s Centre will receive a Child Care Capital Grant worth over $26,000 from the CBT.
“It’s the province’s highest honour in terms of sport.”
The gallery has announced its 2018 schedule and this year will see six shows that reflect place.
Over a third of the flights scheduled in and out of WKRA were cancelled in December.
The change came about as the result of a proposal put forward by Rossland resident Anthony Bell.
Becky Black and Maya Miller will perform at the Flying Steamshovel on Friday.
The Little Oasis Benefit Society (LOBS) is hosting “Price is Jeopardy or No Deal of Future.”
The average assessed value of a single-family home in Rossland is up 11.8 per cent.
Thanks to a $80,900 grant, the Rossland Library Renewal project will go to tender in 2018.
Local search and rescue teams rescued a stranded snowmobiler on Friday, Dec. 22.
Environment Canada warns a long period of snow totaling of 25 to 30 centimeters of snow is expected.
A documentary capturing the birth of free-ride mountain biking will be screened in Rossland