Rossland

Richard Kemick

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

“This, you cannot help but think, is what it feels like to be dead.” - Richard Kemick

Richard Kemick
Dirt Floor's digital album release goes at bandcamp.com on Friday, Mar. 4. Photo: Submitted

West Kootenay band, Dirt Floor, releases Rosie Blue

The distinct Kootenay melodies of Dirt Floor reverbrate through the tracks on new digital album

Dirt Floor's digital album release goes at bandcamp.com on Friday, Mar. 4. Photo: Submitted
Rossland council meet at the Miners Union Hall.

Council: Requirement for Queen St. access road revisited

The Queen St. access road is not a done deal, after council…

Rossland council meet at the Miners Union Hall.
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Rossland Library announcements and information

The free library is now in front of the Rossland Public Library, take a book or leave a book

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Black Jack skier Jasmine Drolet skied to an eighth place finish at the World Jr./U23 Nordic Championships on Friday, Feb. 25 in Lygna, Norway. Photo: Nordic Canada

Black Jack skier cracks top-10 at World Jr. Championships

Rossland’s Jasmine Drolet skis to eighth place finish in the 5-km classic in Lygna, Norway

Black Jack skier Jasmine Drolet skied to an eighth place finish at the World Jr./U23 Nordic Championships on Friday, Feb. 25 in Lygna, Norway. Photo: Nordic Canada
The Rossland Arena’s famous ‘72 Ford 3000 tractor ice-cleaner is getting more northern exposure as the feature of a T.V. show in the United Kingdom called “World’s Most Amazing Tractors.” Here he is pictued with the film crew and the city’s Raymond Von Diebeisch. Photo: Geoff Fontes

Rossland Arena’s ‘72 Ford 3000 in spotlight again

A decade ago the Rossland Arena tractor was made famous by an endearing short film called The Flood

The Rossland Arena’s famous ‘72 Ford 3000 tractor ice-cleaner is getting more northern exposure as the feature of a T.V. show in the United Kingdom called “World’s Most Amazing Tractors.” Here he is pictued with the film crew and the city’s Raymond Von Diebeisch. Photo: Geoff Fontes
The West Kootenay Fishing Report

West Kootenay Fishing Report: Winter on the water

Check those hooks and ensure their sharp as fishing picks up on West Kootenay lakes and streams

  • Feb 23, 2022
The West Kootenay Fishing Report

RCMP want to know who is lighting ‘kootenay candles’ at Rossland ski hill

Trail police warn this ongoing occurrence is potentially dangerous as the fire could spread

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Rossland Heritage week: share your treasures

Altogether Inclusive - Heritage Week theme rallies residents to participate

  • Feb 23, 2022
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The Trail driving bridge will be lit in blue colours on Tuesday in recognition of the Girl Guides’ Guiding Lights Across BC celebration. Photo: Submitted

Kootenay Boundary joins ‘Guiding Lights Across BC’ today

Celebrate with BC Girl Guides in your community as we shine our Guiding lights (Feb. 22)

The Trail driving bridge will be lit in blue colours on Tuesday in recognition of the Girl Guides’ Guiding Lights Across BC celebration. Photo: Submitted
Miner's hall

Rossland council briefs: City becoming Bear Smart

Bear Smart task force to work with residents to reduce human-bear conflict and destruction of bruins

Miner's hall
Sign up for virtual Vancouver Sun Fun Run and dedicate funds to Kenya Education Endowment Fund (KEEF).

Sign up for Fun Run, raise funds for Kenyan students

“We are very excited to invite volunteers across B.C. to consider joining us this year!”

  • Feb 17, 2022
Sign up for virtual Vancouver Sun Fun Run and dedicate funds to Kenya Education Endowment Fund (KEEF).
Graduating Seven Summits students Matt Sauer and James Laird have set their sights high in the skies. Photo: Cooper Legler

Seven Summits students pilot their high school experience

Students at Seven Summits Centre for Learning (7S) in Rossland are doing education their own way

Graduating Seven Summits students Matt Sauer and James Laird have set their sights high in the skies. Photo: Cooper Legler
Photo: Loriana Gilchrist

Rossland rises red

If you have a recent photo to share with Times readers email it large-size to editor@trailtimes.ca

Photo: Loriana Gilchrist
Rossland city council passed a motion to review the mayor and council pay scale for upcoming election.

Potential pay increase coming for Rossland councillors and mayor

Rossland council carried first reading for an increase in remuneration for next election

Rossland city council passed a motion to review the mayor and council pay scale for upcoming election.
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Rossland council reconsiders tax for police fund

Rossland council directs city staff to cut tax on police fund by .5 per cent

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Rossland Sr. Warriors

Rossland Sr. Warriors play for berth in B.C. hockey championship

The Rossland Sr. Warriors host the Dawson Creek Canucks at Rossland Arena Feb. 18-19

Rossland Sr. Warriors
Cam Cunningham, Thomas Feeney and Jordan Workman. (Submitted photos/Trail Times)

‘No case is ever cold’: RCMP continue to probe 3 unsolved murders in Trail

The Times contacted Sgt. Janelle Shoihet, from BC RCMP media relations

Cam Cunningham, Thomas Feeney and Jordan Workman. (Submitted photos/Trail Times)
Participants will develop and present inclusive educational approaches that recognize, intervene and transform the impacts of systemic discrimination towards sexual and gender minorities. Photo: Black Press

Rossland receives funding for inclusive initiatives project

Rossland to implement CanWILL program, help women and LGBTQ2S+ individuals become community leaders

Participants will develop and present inclusive educational approaches that recognize, intervene and transform the impacts of systemic discrimination towards sexual and gender minorities. Photo: Black Press
Blue surgical masks overhead view - flat lay. Photo: Adobe Stock

Masks still mandatory advise Trail RCMP

Police can write up a $230 ticket to non-compliers

Blue surgical masks overhead view - flat lay. Photo: Adobe Stock