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Joe Hill Coffee House to hit new milestone with its upcoming show.
The boundaries of existing electoral districts within the Columbia-Kootenay region could be changed under proposed Bill 2.
Police press release issued in regard to Friday evening incident
Get ready for another season of camping, hiking and picnicking as BC Parks' reservation system, Discover Camping, prepares to open.
Brett Wildeman's Rocky Road tour will stop in Rossland on Saturday, March 8 at the Alpine Grind Café.
The Canadian Avalanche Centre (CAC) is urging backcountry recreationists to avoid aggressive, unsupported avalanche this week.
Top skiers and snowboarders, including Megan Pischke, Kendra Starr and Kasha Rigby, will Shred the Love at Red this weekend.
Money is available to cover the cost of hiring a student to work on an applied research project at Teck this summer.
Bill 13, the Off Road Vehicle Act, promises certainty, safety and regulatory structure for thousands of off-road enthusiasts.
The Canadian Cancer Society is teaming up with Rosslanders and Red Mountain Resort to present the second annual Slopes for Hope.
A fuel tanker truck overturned on the Schofield Highway Monday morning, causing a road closure until late in the day.
Area B surrounding the Golden City is looking to change its name to the Electoral Area of Lower Columbia/Old Glory.
The Selkirk College Nursing Program’s annual Beans and Rice extravaganza returns to Rossland in March.
Property taxes in the rural area outside of Rossland will be dropping this year, according to the draft financial plan released last week.
An avalanche Sunday afternoon in the Lightning Strike Ski area trapped two backcountry skiers, killing one man.
Celebrated food activist Jon Steinman is guest speaker for the West Kootenay Naturalists meeting on Monday, Feb. 24 at the Genelle Hall.
A change could be coming to the West Kootenay-Boundary’s electoral district boundaries.
The Rossland Historical Museum is actively working to record your stories with its Old Timer Interviews project.
B4BC’s Shred The Love Breast Cancer Benefit and Red Mountain Resort hosts “ReTreat Yourself” for cancer survivors on Saturday, March 8.
Canadian Avalanche Centre warns of potential for large, destructive avalanches in forecast regions, including the Rossland backcountry.