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Body of 19 year-old missing man found near Nakusp BC
As editor of the Rossland News, I make it my mandate to publish only content about Rossland and the immediate area.
Here's your chance to win tickets! Twin Peaks and Shred Kelly.
We are in full support of people spending time with their families so next year book your relatives and friends a vacation to Rossland.
Editorial Communication is a two way street. Council makes an effort to connect with residents.
Double edged sword: Gas prices and consumer impacts
Michaela Machackova is the winner of the Rossland News’ Reader Photo Contest.
We want to know and we are willing to put our money where our mouth is.
Letter: I am a 34-year-old farmer in the Southern Interior working with my wife and son to build a business growing and selling food.
City council is releasing its grip on the draft financial plan for the city and opening the document up for public comment on April 2.
There are some universally recognized rules to maximize the enjoyment and minimize the risks of injuries on the ski hill.
At first flush the notion of putting in infrastructure for the purpose of making snow seems a little outlandish.
It is an accomplishment worth mentioning when nine young athletes and two coaches are named to the B.C. Winter Games zone team.
For most of the people who do remember him, Pete Seeger was a quaint and easily forgotten relic of American cultural history. Not for me.
To suggest at any point there is a need to reduce the amount of groups the city gives grant money to are fighting words.
Neil Young’s anti-oilsands concert tour was the perfect distillation of the American enviro-assault on its dependent northern neighbour.
Bateman: The reason why I am pointing these out is Rossland’s big event will be happening and I want is everyone to have a safe one.
A summary of the responses from the Rossland Stewardship Society to the presentation to decommission Star Gulch water reservoir.
I cannot tell you how disappointing it was to read about the short sightedness of a one-year trial for shuttle service.
The Pacific Carbon Trust—which includes such programs as the Kootenay's Darkwoods—is now officially in demise.