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Rossland resident and volunteer Al Fisher received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal on Tuesday.
Here are a few photos from Sunday night's Joe Hill Coffee House.
The Rossland Light Opera Players are getting set for their new main stage show The Show Must Go On! (60 Years Of Memories)
Rossland Radio Co-op is hoping the city will forgive a $2,400 gas bill that is threatening to sink the non-profit.
Rossland city hall was packed with trails supporters during Wednesday night's city council meeting.
Today is Valentine’s Day and that means most people will be giving chocolate and cards to their significant other.
School District 20 trustees left only one option on the table for Rossland Tuesday night and that is K-9 at Rossland Secondary School.
The Rossland Heritage Commission will be putting on an exhibit next week that will highlight heritage buildings in the community.
City of Rossland administrative staff have put numbers to the prospect of supporting continued K-12 education in Rossland.
A Rossland resident hopes the city is keen on putting together a time capsule to seal away present day memories for future residents.
Rossland residents once again had a chance for input on the direction of sustainability in this city.
The Rossland News had a chance to speak with School District 20 Board Chair Ganzert about last night’s meeting.
Monday night, the school district unceremoniously dropped Rossland's hope for kindergarten to grade 12 education in the city.
The Shred the Love fundraiser took place at Red Resort on Saturday.
School District 20 and City of Rossland administration met to discuss the possibility of a partnership to save K-12 education in Rossland.
Coun. Kathy Moore put forward the motion to have an inquiry requested on the city’s conduct with regards to the arena affair.
The Rossland museum unveiled its new exhibit on Friday entitled Objects of Significance.
'Who was Olaus Jeldness' brought in Ron Shearer, a Rossland-born historian, and Svein Saeter, a Norwegian journalist to talk about he man.
The 116th Rossland Winter Carnival has once again came and went, pulling people from all over to Rossland.
Winter Carnival got off to an early morning start today, as at least a couple hundred people gave up sleep for a chance to be on national TV