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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
Red Mountain Resort’s crowdfunding campaign has hit the minimum offering.
“Students are throwing garbage, food and half-full cans of pop in the recycling bins.”
There are two new venues and a lineup of great bands for Blizzard Music Festival 2018.
Conroy said the government has heard from First Nations throughout the Basin.
Kim Deane received a Senate 150th Commemorative Medal at Thursday’s council meeting.
“It’s all about getting the toe over the line first.”
The Province and the CBT will each provide $14 million to create affordable rental housing
Two siblings from Bowen Island moved to Rossland this fall to join the Red Mountain Racers.
The Columbia Basin Trust will offer $11.6 million over three years for arts, culture and heritage.
The facility has been named JoeAnna’s House after Joe and Anna Huber.
For those unfamiliar with the rec site, finding your way around can be a bit daunting.
News came in a Tweet from the U.S. Department of State
L’École des Sept-sommets is one of six B.C. schools that will soon have access to healthier water.
Council heard a presentation from two representatives of the Rossland Seniors’ Association
There are no “for rent” signs posted in Rossland’s downtown.