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It’s not clear how the province’s decision will impact the Rossland’s short-term rentals regulations.
The Rossland Museum Discovery Centre has been growing its funding sources.
The bull elk spotted on a rooftop was able to get up there by using snow to climb onto the carport.
Rob Stroud shot the video of a family of four lynx on Rino’s Run.
Red Mountain will soon be home to a fine dining experience with a view of the chairlift.
The local youth action network is putting the finishing touches on its new building.
Rossland Rotary is accepting applications to send a student on an expense-paid trip to Ottawa, Ont.
The Seven Summits Centre for Learning is receiving $9,000 to integrate environmental education.
A local pianist is raising money for two local organizations with concerts featuring classical piano
The B.C. Ministry of Education released completion rates in school districts across the province.
The society hosted “Price is Jeopardy or No Deal of Future” at the Rossland Miners’ Hall.
An alternative education program invites area residents to its moonlight snowshoe fundraiser.
Last year was an eventful one for the local arts council.
The Canadian Open Freeride Championships wrapped up Wednesday at Red Mountain.
Interior Health reported nine suspected fatal overdoses in five days.
The winners of the 2018 Sonny Samuelson Bobsled Race were the Albohaulics .
Nicole Valliere was struck by a bobsled at last year’s race.
Teams from the Nancy Green Ski League were out at Red Mountain on Sunday for the league’s Zone Race.
Rossland Summit School is looking for input from its stakeholders on food and food culture.
Firefighters used the Jaws of Life and rope rescue equipment to free the occupant of the vehicle.