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Lately, there has been a lot of talk around town about a pair of dogs that have been scaring some local cats.
Penticton-based folk singer Ari Neufeld, played at the Rossland Miners’ Hall on Saturday to an entranced crowd.
Photos from the Rossland Figure Skating Club Year End Ice Show last week.
On Monday, Spencer Beach spoke to Rossland Secondary School students about how one decision can change your life.
The Lower Columbia Community Development Team is hoping to set up more attainable housing in the region.
Until March 24, the Rossland Art Gallery is hosting the Metal Art Show and More.
Rossland Secondary School’s Blended Learning program is seeing its first and possibly last graduating class this year.
Rossland city council will be taking a hard look at how previous councils have funded community groups.
The Rossland Historical Museum and Archives is asking for $28,000 from the city to deal with operational matters.
During Heritage Week, the Rossland Heritage Commission exhibited an inventory of heritage homes in Rossland.
On Feb. 28 the Neighbourhood of Learning committee (NOL) held a public forum to talk about what the recent ruling by the board means.
Rossland Recreation has created a new kids bursary fund that it hopes will assist low-income families.
Selkirk nursing students are putting on the Beans and Rice Dinner to fundraise for a trip to Guatemala.
City council has instructed staff to draft an amendment to the Animal Control Bylaw that will allow dogs to be brought downtown.
Rossland city council decided to support the regional hospital board raising $1 million in reserve funding.
The Rossland Light Opera Players will put on the final showing of The Show Must Go On Friday night.
Rossland Radio Co-op will not have to pay the full $2,484 of the three year gas bill that was recently dropped on it.
A cougar that had been spotted around Rossland was destroyed last week, after it attacked a local dog.
Rossland Rotary held its 24th annual wine festival on Saturday at the Prestige Mountain Resort in Rossland.
Rossland city council will submit two resolutions for consideration to the Association of Kootenay Boundary of Local Governments.