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Trail RCMP are still waiting to speak with the driver of a vehicle that rolled.
The band was last here in December.
Vancouver rap group Swollen Members is coming to Castlegar on April 1.
The library has received a second grant worth over $80,000 towards its renewal project.
The results from Citizen Budget were released to the public at the end of last month.
Rossland City Council approved two bylaws regarding new developments out at Red Mountain.
A student from the Seven Summits has discovered that he’d like to be a heavy duty mechanic.
Trevor Mann, Shea Conner and Murray Wood will set out on their Tough Luck tour.
The roof at Rossland City Hall has partially collapsed.
The City of Rossland launched its Legalization of Recreational Cannabis Survey on Thursday.
Proposed enhancements to Castlegar’s recreation complex are proceeding to an area-by-area referendum.
The Josie Hotel at Red Mountain is still under construction but has started booking for May.
Dandelion and the Ditchweeds are getting the band back together.
Robin Strachan said the first section of the Rossland Skatepark was built for $320,000.
Sexton Blake, a.k.a Nadine Tremblay, released a new music video for “Go Outside.”
Housekeeping audits for health facilities in the region show most are above the auditor’s benchmark.
Parents met with the principal to discuss the future of English Grade 8 at Rossland Summit School.
Rossland’s United Church has received a CBT grant to support a restoration of the Red Roof Church.
The manager of public works said the city spent $173,000 of its $414,183 budget in January
The final draft of a destination development strategy for the Highway 3 corridor is ready.