John Boivin

Rossland bodybuilder wants to encourage more women to join sport

“It’s a love that I always come back to,” says Amanda Landry.

New Denver battling influx of rats

The pest appeared in big numbers for the first time this summer

Rossland mulling solid waste, yard waste fees

After five years at same rate, council contemplates 10 per cent overall increase

Council confirms a future for Rossland arena

Council says studies have shown the arena has enough use and brings great benefit to community

Ban fireworks in Rossland, urges community activist

Noise, pollution from pyrotechnics harmful to humans, wildlife

Four injured in Wednesday evening crash near Beasley

Police say alcohol may have been a factor in the incident

Union, Nakusp company reach ferry deal

Union says it achieved its goals in the contract talks

Update: accident between Castlegar and Nelson closes Hwy. 3

DriveBC estimates road will re-open at 2:15 a.m.

Green candidate reflects on South Okanagan-West Kootenay campaign

Rosslander Tara Howse talks about the highs and lows of running for office

RCMP disrupt Castlegar-Trail-Salmo drug flow

Bust on Nov. 6 leads to two arrests

Rossland launches discussion on new affordable housing

$15 million project could also include new city hall

New home means bright future for aboriginal service agency

COINS opened its new headquarters on Oct. 29

Power surge mystifies Shoreacres residents

Reports of electrical arcing, ruined equipment in homes before outage

Cold, dry air dominated October in the West Kootenay

New average low temperature record set

Rossland fundraiser seeks to build shelter for ‘living legend’

Local man to help Garry Camozzi, a friend, who’s fallen on hard times

Rossland couple touched by community’s search for missing dog

Molly was lost for nearly three weeks, but massive community effort found her

Time to move on Rossland arena, society president says

Council needs to decide to replace chiller to allow for more fundraising efforts

West Kootenay brought Cannings victory on election night

It was tight in vote-rich Okanagan, but NDP candidate pulled away here on election night

Kootenay farmers say fall no reason to shut down the veggie garden

There are many plants that can provide nutritious greens long after the snow falls