Connor Trembley

Structures not threatened by wildfires burning in the Arrow and Kootenay Lakes region

Official says more lightning-caused fires could occur in region over next 36 hours

West Kootenay region experiences drier-than-normal July: Report

The region only received around 57% of its normal precipitation during the month

Rossland Heritage Commission looks for new members

You have until Sept. 4 to apply to become a member

Motorcyclist injured in Highway 3A crash

Flaggers were at Playmor Junction redirecting traffic around the crash scene on Saturday

Rossland golf event raises over $5,000 for Alzheimer Society

The event was held at Redstone Resort earlier this month

Bear sow and two cubs destroyed in Rossland

The bears had recently been breaking into vehicles in the city in search of food

Restoring and reopening old Rossland City Hall not a good option: City council

In a newsletter, council said old city hall lowered work productivity and made it harder to keep city staff

Alpine Grind in Rossland expands operations with outdoor patio

The patio can accommodate up to 20 more people with physical distancing measures

Work underway to create wetland complex at King George VI Provincial Park

Eva Cameron hopes the site will one day provide habitat for rare plants and wildlife

Rossland city council shreds mail ballot voting idea

Staff said current B.C. legislation prevents most people from casting ballot by mail

Almost 1,500 masks made from Masks4All campaign in Rossland

The campaign was launched on April 29

Rossland city council to revamp plastic bag bylaw

New fees for non-reusable bags, plastic straw ban some of new changes

Rossland city council votes against giving tax exemption to The Josie Hotel

Council said it would be unfair to give exemption to one business and not another

City of Rossland cancels first open-air bazaar event

The city said the event was cancelled due to low participation.

Single-vehicle crash on Rossland Hill due to stuck accelerator

No major injuries were reported from the crash last week

Rossland Pool opens with adjusted operations

People are asked to book a time slot online before they visit the pool this summer

Rossland city council set to resume in-person council meetings at Miners Union Hall

Spaced seating, hand sanitization stations will be in facility to mitigate threat of COVID-19

Two search and rescue calls involving children end with happy outcomes

The incidents took place in Trail and Salmo area on July 5 and 6

Tanis Shippy joins Rossland Seven Summits of Learning as new administrator

Shippy has been training in her new role over the past month

Petition calls on referendum for new city hall development in Rossland

The petition sent to the B.C. government has gathered more than 350 signatures