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Our History in Pictures

Competitive skiing pioneer Olaus Jeldness

 

Photo: Trail Times

Trail RCMP start June by nabbing impaired drivers

Latest brief from the Trail and Greater District police

 

“This is very costly to replace and it seems that Rossland is getting more and more theft and vandalism happening, which is really unfortunate,” says the commission’s Michelle Fairbanks. Photo: Submitted

Update: Return Rossland heritage plaques, no questions asked

The plaques were located at Washington and Columbia by the Olaus statue

 

The man was extricated and taken to shore via the regional rescue boat. Photo: Trail Times file

Emergency call for help prompts advisory for Greater Trail

To get the man out safely and quickly, firefighters used the rescue boat to extricate him.

The man was extricated and taken to shore via the regional rescue boat. Photo: Trail Times file
Rossland Midtown housing development

All Rosslanders asked to engage in Official Community Plan

Rossland city council gives residents an opportunity to offer ideas and priorities for future

Rossland Midtown housing development
Dan and Lina Horan, who have been coaching and managing the Trail Track and Field Club for more than 40 years, have past the torch to Kylie Lakevold. (Contributed)

Couple retires after 40 years of coaching Trail track club – leave it in good hands

Dan and Lina Horan pass the torch to Kylie Lakevold after retiring from Trail track club

Dan and Lina Horan, who have been coaching and managing the Trail Track and Field Club for more than 40 years, have past the torch to Kylie Lakevold. (Contributed)
The Josie was named Canada’s Best Ski Boutique Hotel in the 2019 World Ski Awards, but a summertime visit offers great opportunities to explore the well-maintained area trails, which welcome hikers, trail runners and mountain bikers.

Summer sizzles in Rossland

This mountain town offers great outdoor and culinary adventures

  • Jun 8, 2021
The Josie was named Canada’s Best Ski Boutique Hotel in the 2019 World Ski Awards, but a summertime visit offers great opportunities to explore the well-maintained area trails, which welcome hikers, trail runners and mountain bikers.
Dan and Lina Horan, who have been coaching and managing the Trail Track and Field Club for more than 40 years, have past the torch to Kylie Lakevold. Photos: Jim Bailey

Trail couple retires from 40 years of coaching Trail track club – leave it in good hands

Dan and Lina Horan retire from Trail Track and Field Club, pass the torch to Kylie Lakevold

Dan and Lina Horan, who have been coaching and managing the Trail Track and Field Club for more than 40 years, have past the torch to Kylie Lakevold. Photos: Jim Bailey
Rossland Midtown housing development

All Rosslanders asked to engage in Official Community Plan

Rossland city council gives residents an opportunity to offer ideas and priorities for future

Rossland Midtown housing development
Rossland Museum

Rossland Miner: A look back in time

June Speaker series presents biologist Adrian Leslie and her work on whitebark pine rehabilitation

Rossland Museum
Rossland native and Black Jack skier Sage Robine is the winner of the prestigious Most Outstanding Biological Sciences Undergraduate of the Year from the University of Alaska-Fairbanks.

Rossland student-athlete honoured for academic achievement

Seven Summits grad Sage Robine earns University of Alaska science award

  • Jun 2, 2021
Rossland native and Black Jack skier Sage Robine is the winner of the prestigious Most Outstanding Biological Sciences Undergraduate of the Year from the University of Alaska-Fairbanks.
Dave MacLeod

A ‘Conversation’ with Dave MacLeod

Rossland native and CEO of ThoughtExchange, Dave MacLeod releases book ‘Scaling Conversations’

Dave MacLeod
Rossland is calling out all residents to participate in workshops and surveys to update the city’s Official Community Plan.

Council invites input from Rossland residents to help shape future

During the month of June residents can go online and have a say in the city’s official community plan

Rossland is calling out all residents to participate in workshops and surveys to update the city’s Official Community Plan.
Scaling Conversations: How Leaders Access the Full Potential of People
Rossland native and ThoughtExchange CEO Dave MacLeod has released his new book “Scaling Conversations: How Leaders Access the Full Potential of People.”

A ‘Conversation’ with Dave MacLeod

Rossland native and CEO of ThoughtExchange, Dave MacLeod releases book ‘Scaling Conversations’

Scaling Conversations: How Leaders Access the Full Potential of People
Rossland native and ThoughtExchange CEO Dave MacLeod has released his new book “Scaling Conversations: How Leaders Access the Full Potential of People.”
Rossland Arts Centre Society is applying for a new home at the historic Drill Hall building.

Rossland Arts community aims for historic Drill Hall

“We are excited to have reached this milestone in creating an Arts Centre for Rossland”- Karina Farr

Rossland Arts Centre Society is applying for a new home at the historic Drill Hall building.
The Midtown Affordable Housing project will also house the new Rossland City Hall

Rossland’s Midtown housing project set to break ground

The four-storey building will be operated by the Lower Columbia Affordable Housing Society

  • May 20, 2021
The Midtown Affordable Housing project will also house the new Rossland City Hall
Mixed media artist Kimberley Cutler has been commissioned to weave Rossland’s mountain mindscapes into 7S promotional stickers. (Contributed)

Learning Centre sticks to local talent and invests in a collaborative future

Trail artist Kimberley Cutler and Seven Summits alumna partners with former school

  • May 20, 2021
Mixed media artist Kimberley Cutler has been commissioned to weave Rossland’s mountain mindscapes into 7S promotional stickers. (Contributed)
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Rossland resident calling for revival of ratepayers association

Rossland man feels there’s a disconnect between the elected council and its citizens.

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In celebration of International Museums Day, May 18, and BC Museums Week, May 17 to 23, here’s a very early photo of the Rossland Museum while it was still in the basement of the courthouse in 1962. Mrs. E.E. Coombs, secretary-treasurer, is on the left and Mrs. Jean Coon, curator, on the right. To celebrate BC Museums Week, be sure to stop by the Rossland Museum, admission by donation. This photo is from the Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre collection digitized courtesy of the Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History. Do you have original photos capturing Rossland’s storied history? Consider donating them to the Rossland Archives where submitted photos can be scanned so you retain the original.

Our History in Pictures

The Rossland News is celebrating International Museums Week, visit the Rossland Museum

  • May 14, 2021
In celebration of International Museums Day, May 18, and BC Museums Week, May 17 to 23, here’s a very early photo of the Rossland Museum while it was still in the basement of the courthouse in 1962. Mrs. E.E. Coombs, secretary-treasurer, is on the left and Mrs. Jean Coon, curator, on the right. To celebrate BC Museums Week, be sure to stop by the Rossland Museum, admission by donation. This photo is from the Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre collection digitized courtesy of the Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History. Do you have original photos capturing Rossland’s storied history? Consider donating them to the Rossland Archives where submitted photos can be scanned so you retain the original.
The Period Promise Campaign has generated 1.2 million donated menstrual products from 2017 to 2020. Photo: United Way

United Way Period Promise Campaign underway

Financial donations go towards the United Way branch where the dollars are donated

The Period Promise Campaign has generated 1.2 million donated menstrual products from 2017 to 2020. Photo: United Way