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The Deer Park Forestry Service Road has been closed since last Tuesday due to a washout and is expected to re-open Monday.
A cross-Canada antique car tour that began when Canada celebrated its 100th birthday is gearing up to celebrate Canada’s 150th.
The majority of people living in the area are happy living here and plan to stay, according to the 2016 State of the Basin Snapshot Report.
Rossland’s brewery was voted Fan Favourite of the Fest for the third year in a row at the fourth annual Beer Goggles Craft Beer Fest.
A Q&A with Barbara Stegemann, this year’s Find Your Divine speaker, about how her company, The 7 Virtues, is trying to end war and poverty.
The Rossland Light Opera Players (RLOP) will be performing The Reluctant Dragon in Rossland, Trail and Castlegar.
Rossland and Fruitvale should have community paramedics delivering care by October.
A West Kootenay musician is holding a concert to raise funds for the KBRH emergency department.
A Q&A with Brian Fry, a partner at I4C Innovation, about what the company has planned for the new commercial building purchased by the CBT.
Cedar Taxi Ltd., a new taxi company operating in Rossland, is offering service for wheelchair users.
Stakeholders from four different regional school districts attended an open house on rural education in Trail on Friday.
Labour and transportation emerged as issues for local business at a meeting of regional chambers of commerce last Wednesday in Castlegar.
Grant Rutherglen, the Red Mountain Racers coach who helped many racers to the national team, is holding a book signing on Saturday.
Rossland youth will be sleeping on the street to raise money for the Getting to Home Project and awareness for homelessness.
Skier using trails discovered body of man, called for search and rescue.
The backcountry skier who was seriously injured in a Rossland avalanche in mid-January was finally able to go home last week.
Two Red Mountain Racers are headed to the U16 National Championships after qualifying at the second round of the Teck Open Series last week.
A crash at the bobsled race on Saturday left one bobsledder with a broken femur and three other people with minor injuries.
Castlegar News caught up with Johnny Strilaeff, president and CEO of Columbia Basin Trust, for a Q&A about what the trust is working on.
Rossland has high business licence fees compared to other municipalities in the Kootenay Boundary regional district.