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Canadian is in the Kootenays to speak at the Columbia Basin Symposium
Gates are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 23 and 24 at the Pass Creek Fair Grounds.
RCMP Sgt. Laurel Matthew shares the frustrations of trying to convince fentanyl users to stop.
Though shot, Brandon Malkinson avoided hospital and RCMP for four days.
The West Kootenay Animal Shelter will start taking shape this fall and be completed by spring.
Castlegar council looks at chickens, SPCA facility, speed indicator signs and hockey grants.
Twenty teams from across B.C. will be competing at the Firefighter Games this weekend.
Grand opening of Chrissy’s Place will be Aug. 25.
A portable drive-in theatre planned for Castlegar this summer will now be taking place in Trail.
BC Hydro will be closely monitoring water levels in the Columbia River drainage system.
Featuring headliners George Canyon, Jason Benoit, and Aaron Pritchett festival looks promising.
A major washout on Highway 3 east of the Paulson Bridge is expected to affect traffic for some time.
Contestants and crew for The Amazing Race Canada could be seen all over Castlegar on Sunday.
Castlegar RCMP impounded a vehicle after the driver was ticketed for stunting.
Seven local governments have joined together to look at seniors’ activities and support services in the region.
The Castlegar night of the Find Your Divine event will now be combined with Nelson's Find Your Divine event Thursday, April 6.
The BC SPCA revealed plans for the new West Kootenay Community Animal Centre Tuesday night.
Plans for the West Kootenay Community Animal Centre will be revealed at the Castlegar Community Complex March 21.
Plant Memory and High Muck a Muck: Playing Chinese opened this week at the Kootenay Gallery of Art in Castlegar.
Breaking Boards Breaking Chains events to be held across Canada including Castlegar, Vancouver, Richmond, Kelowna, Vernon, Winnipeg, Toronto