Rossland

Rossland council met at the Miners Hall on March 14.

Rossland Council Briefs: sign of the times

Rossland council and city staff met March 14 at Miners Hall

Rossland council met at the Miners Hall on March 14.
Rossland Public Library

Rossland Library announcements and information

View “The Covid Gallery” by Freya and Annika Dixon-Reuszt and Jane Dixon-Warren

Rossland Public Library
Students ages eight to adult learn basic rhythm, notes, and technique, and then practice playing music together. Photo: Submitted

Trail and district after-school band focuses on percussion amid COVID

For more information visit: www.traildistrictafterschoolband.weebly.com.

  • Mar 17, 2022
Students ages eight to adult learn basic rhythm, notes, and technique, and then practice playing music together. Photo: Submitted
Christina Lake’s Andrew Verge performs a 2019 comedy set at a club in Toronto. Photo: Instagram - andrewjverge

Western Canadian comedy tour to start in Grand Forks

Show profits, food drive to benefit Boundary Community Food Bank

Christina Lake’s Andrew Verge performs a 2019 comedy set at a club in Toronto. Photo: Instagram - andrewjverge
SD20 will not be creating a COVID-19 vaccine requirement. File photo

Kootenay Columbia SD20 decides against staff vaccine policy

The district will not be implementing a COVID-19 vaccine requirement

SD20 will not be creating a COVID-19 vaccine requirement. File photo
Violinist Carolyn Cameron

La Cafamore trio returns to Trail stage

Rossland’s Carolyn Cameron and La Cafamore trio perform March 27 at the Bailey Theatre

Violinist Carolyn Cameron
The Aerie is a Rossland real estate project that provided high-end townhomes for the Kootenay city. Photo: Jim Bailey

Kootenay realty prices rising despite decrease in listings

Kootenay MLS® in February 2022 show 339 new listings and 657 active listings overall

The Aerie is a Rossland real estate project that provided high-end townhomes for the Kootenay city. Photo: Jim Bailey
Black Jack skiers Julien Locke and Colin Ferrie just released the Nordic Pulse Newsletter to keep users up to date on the website’s progress and platforms. (Contributed)

Explosive growth for Black Jack skiers’ Nordic Pulse website

Nordic Pulse offers x-country skiers and clubs cutting edge technology with user friendly website

Black Jack skiers Julien Locke and Colin Ferrie just released the Nordic Pulse Newsletter to keep users up to date on the website’s progress and platforms. (Contributed)
Columbia Basin supports can help up-and-coming Black Jack skiers aspire to follow the path of Olympic and Jr. World Championship nordic skiers Remi and Jasmine Drolet. Photo: Jim Bailey

Columbia Basin brimming with sport success

With help of Basin support, Kootenay athletes make jump to world stage

Columbia Basin supports can help up-and-coming Black Jack skiers aspire to follow the path of Olympic and Jr. World Championship nordic skiers Remi and Jasmine Drolet. Photo: Jim Bailey
This photo is from the museum collection digitized courtesy of the Columbia Basin Institute. Do you have original photos capturing Rossland’s storied history? Consider donating them to the Rossland Archives. The photo can be scanned and the original returned to the donor.

Our History in Pictures

Do you have photos capturing Rossland’s storied history? Share digitized versions with the museum

  • Mar 10, 2022
This photo is from the museum collection digitized courtesy of the Columbia Basin Institute. Do you have original photos capturing Rossland’s storied history? Consider donating them to the Rossland Archives. The photo can be scanned and the original returned to the donor.
Seven Summits students experience the unique sport of biathlon at the Black Jack Nordic Trails. The sport is a favourite among students and includes cross-country skiing and shooting for accuracy at targets. (Tara Hauck)

Seven Summit students unbound from the mundane

Taking aim at a good time, 7S students are daring to be different and unique by trying something new

  • Mar 10, 2022
Seven Summits students experience the unique sport of biathlon at the Black Jack Nordic Trails. The sport is a favourite among students and includes cross-country skiing and shooting for accuracy at targets. (Tara Hauck)
The Rossland Midtown Development residential units will be available for application mid-summer.

Rental applications accepted mid-summer for Rossland development

Units are reserved for individuals, couples and families with incomes between $30,000 and $80,000

The Rossland Midtown Development residential units will be available for application mid-summer.
These are the supplies included inside a ShelterBox, which will be delivered to a family in Ukraine. (Contributed photo, via ShelterBox)

Rossland Rotary launches ShelterBox initiative in support of Ukraine

Rossland Rotary rallies residents to donate at ShelterBox event downtown on Saturday

These are the supplies included inside a ShelterBox, which will be delivered to a family in Ukraine. (Contributed photo, via ShelterBox)
Rossland Museum introduces State of Snowpack series which connects residents with local snow science experts. Photo: Mike Lajeunesse

Rossland Museum features State of Snowpack meeting

Meet your local avalanche professionals and get the latest snowpack update for the Rossland Range

  • Mar 7, 2022
Rossland Museum introduces State of Snowpack series which connects residents with local snow science experts. Photo: Mike Lajeunesse
The Rossland swimming pool will open this year, but is in need of lifeguards and repairs. Photo: Jim Bailey

Council briefs: City plans to open Rossland pool

Rossland council’s next meeting goes on Mar. 14 at 6 p.m. at the Miners Union Hall

The Rossland swimming pool will open this year, but is in need of lifeguards and repairs. Photo: Jim Bailey
“Our hope as Family Physicians and Nurse Practitioners is to, in collaboration with you as citizens, work towards repairing damaged trust and relationships.” Photo: Mulyadi/Unsplash

Letter from Kootenay Boundary practitioners

Send letters to editor@trailtimes.ca

  • Mar 3, 2022
“Our hope as Family Physicians and Nurse Practitioners is to, in collaboration with you as citizens, work towards repairing damaged trust and relationships.” Photo: Mulyadi/Unsplash
The hit-and-run occurred at 1:10 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 26 at the East Trail traffic lights. Photo: Times file

Trail police looking for hit-and-run driver

RCMP report side mirror knocked off when black 2001 Acura hit a female pedestrian

The hit-and-run occurred at 1:10 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 26 at the East Trail traffic lights. Photo: Times file
Richard Kemick

Rossland writer’s podcast examines cousin’s life in a Michigan prison

Richard Kemick’s podcast focuses on his second cousin, who is sentenced to life in prison for murder

Richard Kemick
Respect and Connect team L-R: Diana Daghofer, Trail CAT (Community Action Team); Marissa Carrasco, Selkirk College; Samantha Murphy, Trail and District Public Library; Jennie Barron, Mir Centre for Peace; and Nadine Tremblay, Trail and District Arts Council. Photo: Submitted

Trail CAT invites you to read, ‘Vince’s story; How stigma destroyed a father’

Ben Goerner is a retired clinical counsellor of 30 years.

  • Mar 3, 2022
Respect and Connect team L-R: Diana Daghofer, Trail CAT (Community Action Team); Marissa Carrasco, Selkirk College; Samantha Murphy, Trail and District Public Library; Jennie Barron, Mir Centre for Peace; and Nadine Tremblay, Trail and District Arts Council. Photo: Submitted
Seven Summits early graduate Joshua Friesen. (Tara Hauck photo)

Procrastination leads to early graduation

“The world rewards those who take responsibility for their success.” - Curt…

  • Mar 2, 2022
Seven Summits early graduate Joshua Friesen. (Tara Hauck photo)