Rossland News Staff

Rossland Summit School teacher Shannon Plamondon (left) and her Grade 3 class launched a project called Caring Coins that raised $2,400 for Career Development Services, which include the Getting to Home program and the El Nina Cold Weather Shelter. (Photo contributed)

Caring Coins – Rossland students take action with learning

RSS Grade 3 class raises $2,400 for CDS in a financial literacy and community connection project

Rossland Summit School teacher Shannon Plamondon (left) and her Grade 3 class launched a project called Caring Coins that raised $2,400 for Career Development Services, which include the Getting to Home program and the El Nina Cold Weather Shelter. (Photo contributed)
FireSmart coordinator Don Mortimer adds some branches to one of the FireSmart vegetation debris disposal bins at the Rossland Arena, provided for free residential use all summer long. (Don Mortimer photo)

FireSmart disposal bin returns to Rossland

The FireSmart vegetation disposal bins are free for Rossland residents to use all summer long

FireSmart coordinator Don Mortimer adds some branches to one of the FireSmart vegetation debris disposal bins at the Rossland Arena, provided for free residential use all summer long. (Don Mortimer photo)
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Rossland Public Library news and information

The Raven Reads book club will be discussing Jeannette Walls’ 2005 memoir, The Glass Castle

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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!”

Sign up for virtual Vancouver Sun Fun Run and dedicate funds to Kenya Education Endowment Fund (KEEF).
Rossland rider Bodhi Kuhn will compete on the World Cup circuit starting this spring in Lourdes, France. Photo: Clint Trahan

Rossland mountain biker makes jump to world stage

Local downhill racer Bodhi Kuhn will compete on World Cup circuit in Europe this year

Rossland rider Bodhi Kuhn will compete on the World Cup circuit starting this spring in Lourdes, France. Photo: Clint Trahan
Funding for EV charging stations is available for the Kootenay tourism sector to install charging stations such as this one at Rogers Pass. (Kootenay Rockies Tourism photo)

Kootenay tourism sector going electric

StrongerBC Plan offers tourism operators funding to install EV charging stations

Funding for EV charging stations is available for the Kootenay tourism sector to install charging stations such as this one at Rogers Pass. (Kootenay Rockies Tourism photo)
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ThoughtExchange COO recognized in Canada’s Top 40 under 40

“I believe that companies achieve greater success when they work holistically and inclusively”

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Star Gulch Reservoir trail closed

Centennial Trail east of the reservoir remains closed as upgrades to the dam are completed

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Community grants

Changes to applications for Rossland grant funding

Financial assistance to community groups will be part of the annual budgeting process

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Sister Angelo, Nurse Barge, Sister Helena, “Sandy” Gordon, and president Andy Chapdelaine of the Kinsman Club are all learning a little more about science – and using it to make a difference. Photo: Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre.

Rossland’s history in pictures

It’s Science Literacy Week, and science plays such a major role in…

Sister Angelo, Nurse Barge, Sister Helena, “Sandy” Gordon, and president Andy Chapdelaine of the Kinsman Club are all learning a little more about science – and using it to make a difference. Photo: Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre.
A map shows one of the properties slated for logging under a development permit application.

Rossland seeks legal opinion on private logging plan

City council is dismayed with an application to log several private properties.

A map shows one of the properties slated for logging under a development permit application.
The cast of the Gold Fever Follies is seen on stage following a recent performance at the Miners Hall. Photo: Greg Nesteroff

Rossland Follies still fun, despite cast change and hiatus

The annual musical is back in fine form after being cancelled last year due to COVID.

The cast of the Gold Fever Follies is seen on stage following a recent performance at the Miners Hall. Photo: Greg Nesteroff
The Midtown Affordable Housing project will also house the new Rossland City Hall

Rossland’s Midtown housing project set to break ground

The four-storey building will be operated by the Lower Columbia Affordable Housing Society

The Midtown Affordable Housing project will also house the new Rossland City Hall
Nelson skateboarders charged with assaulting Trail police officer

Nelson skateboarders charged with assaulting Trail police officer

Incident happened at the skate park in Trail

Nelson skateboarders charged with assaulting Trail police officer