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Now the work begins
FORRS, with the community's help, has to work out what a partnership agreement with Rec and Trails, and a management plan.
The tiny gallery of city council chambers was packed to capacity and the mood was against the developer of the Cooke site.
Kootenay Carol’s festival
The Kootenay Carol’s Children’s Festival and benefit concert drew hundreds of people out into the crisp Saturday air.
The recommendation of the city’s Broadband Task Force has now become the directive of the City of Rossland.
Above the bar: Tourism Rossland hits Destination B.C. standards
The city is well over the 450 rooms after a Destination B.C. inspector made his way through the city last month.
Bittersweet: Business community mixed over Red Mountain Resort shuttle
The decision to allow for shuttle from the city’s downtown to Red Mountain Resort for only one year fell short of expectations.
Broadband goes public: Is high speed Internet coming to Rossland?
Chief operating officer Mark Halwa from the Columbia Basin Broadband Corporation gave city council the financial picture for broadband.
AAP clears through city
Only two people out of the 2,558 total electors were dissenting voices in the alternative approval process (AAP).
Picking up the tab
The majority of the money for the Rossland Museum Gateway Project planning project will be picked up by Teck Trail Operations.
Take a bus
Free winter shuttle service gets approval from city council for one year.
Rollers finish fourth
The Rossland-Trail club fell behind early and could not bridge the gap in the battle for bronze against the Dam City Rollers.
Bear bin on back burner
A community group has proposed a partnership on installing a bear-proof garbage bin in Rossland.
A new acorn of money has fallen from the Columbia Basin Trust tree and the call is out for people to determine how to spend it.
Golden Days ahead
This weekend the city’s heritage as a mining town is the focal point of the three-day celebration called Golden City Days (GCD).
A feasibility report on a “natural” playground for the former high school playground will be forthcoming from city staff.
Mountain of work
In one week the Health Care Thrift Shop gets enough donations that it virtually buries its back room, and ends up in the trash.
A helping hand
Led by Marjorie Kidd, Rosslanders are pooling resources to help a family of six that lost everything they own in an Aug. 6 house fire.
Calling for help
The ever giving group of volunteers at the city’s second hand store on Washington Street bequeathed Search and Rescue with $5,000.
Meeting on broadband
A town hall meeting has been set to discuss the prospect of broadband Internet.
On the front burner
A public review on Sept. 23 (7 p.m., council chambers) for a proposed residential development at 1541 Cooke Avenue in southeast Rossland.