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Red Mountain will soon be home to a fine dining experience with a view of the chairlift.
The Glade II will be able to carry heavier loads and will emit less greenhouse gases.
Red Mountain Resort’s crowdfunding campaign has hit the minimum offering.
There are no “for rent” signs posted in Rossland’s downtown.
This week Chris and Kathy Sykes handed over ownership of the store they have run for 19 years.
The award is being given for their unique partnership that has developed innovative solutions
The coffin under construction in one local entrepreneur’s garage isn’t a prop for Halloween.
Letter to Marine Harvest not a threat, Lana Popham says
Okanagan wineries granted intervener status in monumental case
One Rossland business also got to take home one of the awards.
A local contractor has taken the initiative to create more commercial spaces in Rossland.
Partner credit unions began on a process to explore the benefits of creating a single credit union.
A record 37 finalists have been announced for the Commercial Building Awards.
Some Arrow Lakes organizations received funding following the board meeting of the RDCK.
The federal government is going to review Bank Act restrictions around the use of the term “bank.”
A Rosslander who offers high-performance training in Trail hopes to expand with a Rossland location.
Recently there have been several complaints in the Kootenay and Okanagan areas.
From now on you won’t be allowed to do any “banking” with your local credit union.
Locals and tourists will have the chance to experience stand-up paddle boarding at Nancy Greene.
The Josie Hotel will provide approximately 90 to 100 jobs, according to the hotel’s general manager.