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Neighbourhood of Learning talks about the value that K-12 education brings to a community.
The newly formed Rossland-Trail roller derby team will appear on Saturday during the Trail Smoke Eaters game in Trail.
Malcolm McKinnon’s express wagon team indulged in rather a wild runaway which ended in its colliding with a CPR train.
The Neighbourhood of Learning Committee is working hard on researching the logistics for a number of scenarios in Rossland.
Acoustic string ensemble Van Django is made up of four of Canada’s most talented and eclectic musicians.
Neighbourhood of Learning committee talks about the next steps in Rossland's education battle, after Tuesday school board meeting.
I am writing regarding the difficult decision facing you in regards to schools in Rossland.
Sweatshop Union will bring their inventive beats and rhymes to the Rossland Miners’ Hall on Feb. 16.
The Rossland Public Library is inviting people to drop in on Feb. 14 and have a blind date with a book.
The Neighbourhood of Learning committee offers its take on the recent school district decision on K-12 in Rossland.
Kytami is a self proclaimed “violinist extremist” who pushes the lines between different genres of music.
Neighbourhoods of Learning hopes to see town’s support at upcoming meeting.
After several years in hibernation the Rossland Business Awards have been resurrected to celebrate Rossland’s business best.
The snow is falling, Red Mountain Resort is open, and the Red Mountain Racers Nancy Greene Ski League is gearing up for a fun ski season.
Rossland residents Rupert Keiller and Nadine Tremblay created Electro Social Club, but are better known as ‘sonicanimation’ in Australia.
Two young Rossland dancers will be following Rossland ballet tradition when they head to Winnipeg in July.
Rossland author Rosa Jordan will be reading from her latest book this weekend.
The West Kootenays Francophone Association (AFKO) will hold its annual Christmas dinner on Saturday.
Salmo author Kathryn Bourdon will make a stop in Rossland next week as her new children's book is released.
Get ready for another year of Christmas cheer, carolling, dancing, a dash of snow, bonfires and of course, Santa.