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Stephanie Gauvin and a painting from the Slocan valley’s Idaho Peak in the show Spellbound at the Rossland Art Gallery this month.

Casting a spell

Rossland-based artist Stephanie Gauvin continues to be Spellbound by the land that captivated her years ago.

Stephanie Gauvin and a painting from the Slocan valley’s Idaho Peak in the show Spellbound at the Rossland Art Gallery this month.
Cash crunch crimps city coffers

Cash crunch crimps city coffers

Rossland recorded a deficit position after the tale of the tape was in for 2012, according to the latest financial audit.

Cash crunch crimps city coffers
Designer illustration of the Rossland Skatepark.

Still on track

Rossland’s skate park maintains the course set months ago by its volunteer association, and could see a shovel hit the dirt in Spring, 2014.

Designer illustration of the Rossland Skatepark.
Jam time

Jam time

Nestled on the East Shore of Kootenay Lake, the 14th stellar edition of Starbelly is the most family friendly affair in the West Kootenay.

Jam time
Petri Raito

Beer-y good solution

Petri Raito and Ryan Arnaud have set up shop in Rossland and are laying the groundwork for Rossland Brewing Company.

Petri Raito
Spokane winter shuttle bus increased

Chasing the dollar

The shell game over Resort Municipality Initiative (RMI) funding has the shuttle bus service to Red Mountain Resort hanging in the balance.

Spokane winter shuttle bus increased
Call waiting

Call waiting

Possible improvements to cellular coverage in the highway corridors of the regional district were discussed at the RDKB level.

Call waiting
MIA: planning delay

MIA: planning delay

A scheduling conflict has pushed back a planning process expected to dissect the very anatomy of the city's affairs.

MIA: planning delay
Blue King Brown

Summer festival guide

The Starbelly Jam Music Festival signifies that summer and festival season is truly here and we have all the info you need.

Blue King Brown
The natural

The natural

With primary students moving into the city's high school this fall, plans for a natural playground are also moving.

The natural
Rossland Art Gallery curator Fletcher Quince and some of Stephanie Gauvin’s paintings in Spellbound.

Zen and the art of galleries

Led by Rossland painter Stephanie Gauvin, Spellbound is another step in the journey of the Rossland Art Gallery.

Rossland Art Gallery curator Fletcher Quince and some of Stephanie Gauvin’s paintings in Spellbound.
Municipal make over

Municipal make over

Sustainability Commission gets facelift with new bylaw.

Municipal make over
Backyard garden show

Backyard garden show

Rakish Angles will be playing in a backyard garden show today at 7:30 p.m. in Egbert and Lyndsay’s backyard at 2040 Kootenay Ave.

Backyard garden show
Lorne Reiter

A means to an Enns

Community begins to pull together and dig deep for one of its own as Rosslander Carol Enns lays in a hospital bed in Spokane.

Lorne Reiter
Airing it out

Airing it out

The Columbia Avenue and Washington Street report goes public on the City of Rossland's website.

Airing it out
Who says no free ride

Bus issue gets shuttled

Several business people added their voices to the presentation by Tourism Rossland to council June 24 to establish a free ski shuttle bus.

Who says no free ride
Camp days of summer

Camp days of summer

There is no excuse for boredom this summer for young people of all ages.

Camp days of summer
A class project from the Grade 10 students of Rossland Secondary School

Melding history and technology

The past met the present for the future as Grade 10 students at Rossland Secondary School created a legacy for the entire city.

A class project from the Grade 10 students of Rossland Secondary School
Community effort for Seven Summits

Numbers come in for Seven Summits

Minimum enrolment numbers for the city's independent school have been achieved, moving the Seven Summits Centre for Learning into reality.

Community effort for Seven Summits
Good news report

Good news report

A 26-page report from city staff has found the Columbia/Washington project will cost the city $5.78 million.

Good news report