Rossland

The money will be used to address revenue shortfalls in the city. File photo

City of Rossland gets $1.26 million in COVID-19 relief funding

The city is creating a reserve fund to help utilize the money

 

Rossland Public Library. Photo:Google Maps

COLUMN: Rossland Library Connection

A look at what’s happening atthe Rossland Library

 

Advanced and general voting in the byelection will take place at Miners’ Hall. Photo: Chelsea Novak

Two Rosslanders outline their vision as next city councillor

A byelection will be held on Nov. 28 to determine who gets the position

 

Changes to short-term rental fees won’t be occurring until 2022. Photo: Connor Trembley

City council delays eliminating two short-term rental fees until 2022

Councillors said more discussion needs occur with residents before fee changes are implemented

Changes to short-term rental fees won’t be occurring until 2022. Photo: Connor Trembley
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Help for income-qualified Trail residents to lower energy bills this winter

Trail FAIR will assist with filling out the FortisBC application

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‘Fall back’ one hour on Sunday

Local standard time means B.C. residents gain one hour of sleep starting Sunday, Nov. 1

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The bobsled race has traditionally been a staple event at the carnival. File photo

Upcoming Rossland Winter Carnival cancelled due to COVID-19 crisis

This is the first time the carnival won’t be held in decades

The bobsled race has traditionally been a staple event at the carnival. File photo
Some amendments have been made to the bylaw since it passed first reading. File photo

Second public hearing set for Rossland chicken bylaw

Amended bylaw would now require electric fencing to be put around yards with chickens

Some amendments have been made to the bylaw since it passed first reading. File photo
Phase Two of the Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre is one project the city hopes to secure funding for. Photo: Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre

Rossland city council throws support behind five infrastructure projects

Projects include new downtown washroom and $1-million Red Mountain race building

Phase Two of the Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre is one project the city hopes to secure funding for. Photo: Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre
The clinics will be held on Oct. 18 and Nov. 15. Photo: Chelsea Novak

Alpine Drug Mart to hold two flu shot clinics at Rossland’s Miners Hall

City council has waived $1,306 in rental and cleaning fees to make clinics feasible

The clinics will be held on Oct. 18 and Nov. 15. Photo: Chelsea Novak
Credit will be put back onto a person’s account if a leak is identified. Photo: CSRD

Rossland city council approves water leak credit program

The program will reimburse homeowners for overages they’ve paid due to water leaks

Credit will be put back onto a person’s account if a leak is identified. Photo: CSRD
The accident occurred at approximately 8 a.m. on Monday. Photo: Darby Profili

Semi overturns along Highway 22 in Rossland

The 40-year-old female driver was uninjured from the accident

The accident occurred at approximately 8 a.m. on Monday. Photo: Darby Profili
John Turner (Canadian Press photo)

Times reporter recalls John Turner’s return to Rossland home

“Mr. Turner treated my wife, Gerry, and I like we were long lost friends.” - Jim Swettenham

John Turner (Canadian Press photo)
Students/staff evacuated the building around 12 p.m.

Students/staff evacuate Rossland Summit School due to smell of smoke

SD20 says students in different learning groups didn’t come in contact with each other in evacuation

Students/staff evacuated the building around 12 p.m.
Phase Two of the Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre is one project the city hopes to secure funding for. Photo: Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre

City of Rossland looks to secure $4M in funding for major infrastructure projects

The funds would help city complete museum renewal and Second Ave. project

Phase Two of the Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre is one project the city hopes to secure funding for. Photo: Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre
These two books were recently returned to Trail high school - 50 years after they were unofficially taken out. (Submitted photo)

Books returned to Trail high school, 50 years later

It’s never too late to return your library books!

These two books were recently returned to Trail high school - 50 years after they were unofficially taken out. (Submitted photo)
The curling club will be able to use the arena for another year as part of the agreement. Photo: John Boivin

Rossland Curling Club faces fee increase to continue using arena

The club will have to pay five per cent more this upcoming season to use facility

The curling club will be able to use the arena for another year as part of the agreement. Photo: John Boivin
It’s not known how many chickens could be allowed in each person’s yard yet. File photo

Rossland city council advances chicken bylaw

If approved, the bylaw would let property owners keep chickens in their yards

It’s not known how many chickens could be allowed in each person’s yard yet. File photo
Scott Forsyth announced his resignation from the position back in Jan. 2020. Photo: John Boivin

Date announced for Rossland by-election

Residents need to send nomination papers to city if they want to run for city council position

Scott Forsyth announced his resignation from the position back in Jan. 2020. Photo: John Boivin
Forty students are attending the school this year. Pictured here are members of the 2020 grad glass. Photo: Stacked Films
Forty students are attending the school this year. Pictured here are members of the 2020 grad glass. Photo: Stacked Films