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Getting on board with the Rossland Winter Carnival
The survival of the Rossland Winter Carnival not only hinges on snow, volunteers and patronage of the community, but sponsors as well.
Recreation site planning for Rossland Range moves ahead
A management plan for the proposed Ministry of Forests’ Recreation site in the Rossland Range is becoming a reality.
Becoming a part of Rossland history
People are needed now to help run and provide “crowd management” for the events of the 117th Rossland Winter Carnival in three weeks.
Valuation of the average home in Rossland goes down
Property values for homes in Rossland have dropped, according to the latest figures from BC Assessment.
Ten missing skiers now found; being airlifted off of Grey Mountain
The scare created when 10 skiers on Red Mountain Resort’s new Grey Mountain slopes did not report Sunday was resolved Monday morning.
Rossland keeps the faith with regional economic development
The city will entertain another year of regional economic development service without any additional taxation.
Keeping Cooke Avenue affordable: what it means to Rosslanders
The Cooke Avenue development needs to be a community-relevant development, one Rosslander implored council.
Rossland receives grants-in-lieu of property taxes
The city will be receiving almost $20,000 in grants-in-lieu of property taxes from the province under its annual payment.
Rossland downtown to grow more statuesque
A taste of Sculpturewalk—made popular in the city of Castlegar over the last few years—will be coming to Rossland next year.
Facilities report points to aging hospitals
The cost to replace or upgrade the aging 60-year-old hospital that serves Rossland up to industry standard won’t be cheap.
Carnival costs creep up on council
Although costs for the city’s premiere attraction have been escalating the plug won’t be pulled any time soon, city council has decided.
Free Rossland shuttle bus going ahead for day and evening
Tourism Rossland announced Friday that the free shuttle bus will run every 45 minutes between downtown Rossland and Red Mountain.
Cities in waiting game over sewage court case
No court date has been set—with one earlier this summer postponed—in the dispute that has been ensnarled for more than one year.
In the red
An application to re-zone a Red Mountain property owner to add a second recreation cabin to his property was approved by council.
Miners’ Union Hall renovations moving
The RCAC has gained approval from the city to begin work on a “common” Miners’ Union Hall renovation plan.
Conservative candidate declares intentions
Another hat has hit the ring in the new South Okanagan-West Kootenay riding, coming from the Conservative side of the fence.
What’s in a name?
A new name for the Rossland Historical Museum has been chosen in advance of the final report due Nov. 28.
Debate begins on school name
The process has begun to brand the only remaining school in the city and the call for help has gone out.
Thrown down in the Throwdown
Rossland's Red Mountain won't be repeating as a Ski Town Throwdown champion for Powder Magazine.
Rossland’s Red exposed to the elements
Exposure for Red Mountain Resort has nothing to do with extreme elements these days.