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Horoscope for the Week: January 10, 2014

Michael O'Conner's horoscope for the week of January 10

Missing skiers located on Red Mountain

Pair of sixteen year old skiers is from Washington State

Plans underway for Pass Creek gospel event

Music festival organizers look to build upon initial success

Shambhala nabs four awards

The Shambhala Music Festival nabbed four awards last month during the International Festival and Events Association’s annual convention.

Will Stroet comes to Rossland

Children’s entertainer, Will Stroet, will be at Rossland Public Library, July 15.

Liberals are best answer for BC’s future

Contributor urges careful consideration from voters before ballots are cast

Chasing Ice

An Earth Day presentation by the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture at Miners' Hall this Saturday.

West Kootenay Roller Derby League season opens

Rossland Trail Roller Girls will take on Nelson’s KillJoys in the main bout as the roller derby league starts up Saturday in Rossland.

Voting begins on Kootenay Music Awards

Five music industry judges have sifted through hundreds of nominated songs to come up with this year’s shortlist.

Locke top junior at US SuperTour finals

Julien Locke of Black Jack ski club was the top junior in U.S. meet. Other Black Jack results as well ...

Melding fashion and art

Mapleloop Boutique, an online clothing store, will unveil its collections as models bring clothing to life down the runway.

Jane Andison takes overall provincial U14 title

The province belongs to Jane Andison of Red Mountain Racers after she was crowned champion of the B.C. U14 girls division in giant slalom

Live theatre returning to Rossland Miners’ Hall in April

Miss Caledonia will bring live theatre to the Miners' Hall April 4 and 5.

Rossland hosting U16 ski provincials this week

Red Mountain Racers, along with Red Resort, are hosting the U16 Provincial Championships this week.

Student feels positive atmosphere Rossland’s Francophone school

L’École des Sept-Sommets is the only French school from here to Nelson. All the students are very active and ready to learn new things.

Seedy Sunday is coming up in Rossland

It’s time to dust off the gardening equipment and start planning your crops as Seedy Sunday and Interact Bake Sale is this weekend.

Kootenay Kanibelles at the top of the heap

The Kootenay Kannibelles are gearing up for a national level tournament set to take place in Edmonton March 15-17.

Celebrate International Women’s Day tomorrow

In Canada, it’s hard to believe that it was less than a hundred years ago, in 1918, that white women were granted the right to vote.

What would you pay to retain K-12 in Rossland?

Neighbourhood of Learning talks about its new survey on school taxation.

Okanagan folk singer will play Rossland next week

Ari Neufeld will play the Miners’ Hall on Saturday, March 16.