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Imagination has no limits, and Kootenay kids can prove it in a new contest. Up for grabs is a new iPad Air.
The truck driven by the Rossland man failed to negotiate a curve on Gelesz Road and went off and down an embankment Sunday.
Draft strategic plan sets CBT’s environmental priorities for next five years and Rosslanders need to comment.
About 2,500 volunteers will be needed for B.C. Winter Games
The Upper Columbia Co-op Council teams with the Basin Business Advisors’ Program this winter to spread the word about co-ops in Rossland.
Rowdy youth in Rossland last New Year's Eve have spoiled the party for party-goers looking for a free bus ride this year.
Over 120 of some of the best cross country skiers in North America will be descending on Rossland nest weekend.
Public input is being sought for the creation of an improved regulatory model for home inspectors.
A public meeting on the draft community funding application form and the grant-in-aid policy is being held this week.
Tourism Rossland completed the request for proposals process and the shuttle contract has been awarded to Mountain Shuttle.
A new lure publication for distribution at ski shows and other winter events has been produced for Rossland and Red Mountain.
Rossland has a new youth coordinator who’s putting together fun for the community’s kids.
Not only is Red Mountain Resort getting a new ski chairlift, it is getting a new outdoor culinary experience.
Erik Kalacis says the best way to experience the Grey Mountain expansion is through the three-pack, sort of a mini season pass.
Red Mountain Resort has scooped two World Snow Awards, the only resort in the Canada to win multiple awards.
Work on the new Grey Mountain chair lift is on schedule for the Dec. 14 ski hill opening.
The creation of a daytime continuous shuttle bus from Rossland to Red Mountain is proving to be a big deal.
The moment of silence know as Remembrance Day returns to Rossland this Monday.
It’s been another quiet year in Rossland, according to RCMP crime statistics released for the first half of 2013.
Within the last bear “season,” there have been no problem bears destroyed in the Golden City.