Editorial

Letter: raising funds for cancer

The CCS volunteers in Rossland who sold daffodils and went door to door canvassing in April exemplify volunteerism.

Get on the bus

Most people know what the political life holds for them before they take the plunge.

Letter: Back in the saddle

I am honoured and I will do my very best to represent all constituents and take the concerns of this area to Victoria and the legislature.

Letter: On the Diet

Rossland Sustainability Committee recognized the city had a number of homes with electric heating and older homes with little insulation.

Making the Rossland Energy Diet a success

Making the Rossland Energy Diet a success

The Rossland Sustainability Committee recognized there were a number of homes with electric heating and older homes with little insulation.

Making the Rossland Energy Diet a success

Editorial: Get on the bus

How can expansion at Red Mountain Resort be viewed in a negative light?

Letter: a perspective on Energy Diet

Ken Holmes’ recent critique of the Energy Diet initiative was puzzling.

Editorial: Lost in the RSS shuffle

Another casualty of the closure of the Rossland Secondary School program is the loss of Mike Vanness.

Letter: On Morgentaler’s death

It seemed ironic that on the day Canada’s most notorious abortionist passed away, the story of a newborn baby lead in the news.

Opinion: NDP to voters: trust us

Editorial: Last Class of

When the battle was lost to keep public high school grades in the city over three months ago, no one knew exactly what was really lost.

Opinion: NDP to voters: trust us

Letter: Do the homework

If this originates from the Energy Diet folks, they should do their homework before making such statements.

City council presented Norway’s Surnadal Kommune with a moose antler—containing the city’s coat of arms—carved by resident Mike Williams.

Rossland twinning trip builds tie that binds

Rossland embarked on a municipal twinning with Surnadal Kommune, Norway, the home municipality of Olaus Jeldness.

City council presented Norway’s Surnadal Kommune with a moose antler—containing the city’s coat of arms—carved by resident Mike Williams.
Opinion: NDP to voters: trust us

Editorial: Carbon copy

A decision to not stay “carbon neutral” last week really illustrates how the province has fallen short.

Opinion: NDP to voters: trust us

Animal bylaw will make Rossland downtown dog friendly

On March 25, Rossland council will likely adopt the amended Animal Control Bylaw.

Despite district decision, K-12 hope in Rossland still alive

Tomorrow night, Neighbourhood of Learning will discuss the possibilities that the community can pursue to keep K-12 in Rossland.

City of Rossland set to start on budget next week

Budget time is coming up for the city and there are still many questions in residents’ minds as to what future taxes could look like.

Griefs aired in late-night Rossland council session

The issue at hand was Coun. Kathy Moore’s insistance that council follow through with a independent investigation.

Red Resort opens this weekend

Red Resort opens this weekend

Red Mountain Resort opens tomorrow and is reporting good early season conditions.

Red Resort opens this weekend

A film festival to inspire

This week, the Rossland Film Festival comes to show off some world class documentaries and sports films.

Mayor offers view of Rossland project

The Columbia/Washington Project has been a challenge for all of us.