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Smoking restriction bylaw to be considered by council

Smoking restriction bylaw to be considered by council

A notice of motion has been put forth by councillor Kathy Moore on a bylaw to butt out tobacco use in the downtown streets of Rossland.
Council ups ante on keeping K-12 in city

Council ups ante on keeping K-12 in city

Council passes motion to offer SD20 grant-in-aid with condition of K-12 continuing in Rossland for 2013-2018.

Council comments

A selection of councillors' comments from the SD20 debate Monday night.

City pursues prospect of purchasing Annex

City council passed a motion Monday night to reserve the right to purchase the MacLean School Annex from School District 20.
Jane Andison wins overall B.C. U14 title

Jane Andison wins overall B.C. U14 title

Jane Andison of Red Mountain Racers was crowned overall champion of the B.C. U14 girls division.
Heartwarming blend of comedy and drama in Miss Caledonia

Heartwarming blend of comedy and drama in Miss Caledonia

Live theatre returns to the Miners Hall stage in Miss Caledonia, a one-woman comedic play by Melody A. Johnson.

Rossland may hold off on new downtown furniture

Council decided to put a hold on making a decision on downtown furniture until budget discussions.

Rossland school survey shows support for tax increase

Results from a week-long city wide poll found that 60% of responders supported an increase in taxation to continue K-12 education.

Survey shows Rossland supportive of taxation to keep K-12

A majority Rossland respondents don't mind paying extra taxes if it means keeping K-12 education in Rossland.

NOL will present Rossland taxation survey results Monday

The Neighbourhood of Learning committee will present the findings of a recent survey to council.