John Boivin

Castlegar’s Waterline property purchased; owners to protect it for rock climbers

New owners plan to subdivide, sell bluffs to recreational climbing group

Tour company plans shuttle service to Kelowna for stranded travellers

SMT Kootenay wants to help travellers get in and out of ‘Cancelgar’ in winter months

Good fencing makes good neighbours— especially when your neighbours are bears

Workshop in Pass Creek this weekend to promote benefits of proper protection for livestock

Castlegar daycare selected for universal childcare pilot program

MLA Katrine Conroy presents letter of acceptance to the program to the Children’s Centre at Selkirk College

Nine-vehicle pileup closes Highway 3 near Castlegar

Two separate incidents on slushy highway; reports of injuries

U.S.-based tech company planning Rossland location

GoToTags will use city as base to service Canadian customers

B.C. conservation officer says farmers not doing enough after 3 grizzlies killed

Little uptake on incentive programs for fencing frustrates local conservation officer

Conservation officer says farmers not doing enough after three grizzlies killed in Castlegar area

Little uptake on incentive programs for fencing frustrates local conservation officer

Venue change irks Rossland mayor

Swearing-in ceremony deemed not fit for courthouse, moved to Rossland hotel

October weather summary a yawner

No records broken, weather fairly typical for the time of year

Greatr Trail students excel at Royal Conservatory piano exams

Exams are important step in students’ development

Castlegar man finds kidney donor in co-worker

After he found about Jeff Beck’s need, the universe began talking to Andre Boruck

Semi-trailer accident on Highway 22

Few details as traffic reduced to one lane

Rossland woman helps make trick-or-treating accessible to every child

The teal pumpkin is a welcome sign for families whose kids can’t have candy

Five new councillors for Rossland

Close races prompted slow count of voting results

Rossland woman, 64, completes marathon bike ride across Asia

Brenda Trenholme completed the 13,000-kilometre trek last week

Rossland voters go to the polls on Saturday for municipal election

New city council to be chosen, as well as a school trustee, and a referendum to be decided

Rossland Arts Council looks to future after 20 years of arts promotion

Anniversary party planned for Saturday night at Miner’s Hall

Great recipes for your green tomato harvest

Hey Castlegar gardeners — green tomatoes left? Here’s how to use them.

West Kootenay business honoured for creating supported employment

The WK Social Enterprise Society has helped reduce barriers to jobs for 25 years