Rossland

Fellows of the Follies: Konrad Lasocki, Daniel Merlo, Landon Lafond, and Kevin Wasilenkoff. Photo: Marco Santano

Veteran cast member returns to Gold Fever Follies fold

Veteran Kevin Wasilenkoff (Roger Clemons) is back for a fourth year

  • Jul 28, 2021

 

The City of Rossland is moving to Stage 3 water restrictions, asking residents to voluntarily conserve water where possible. (File photo)

Rossland water restrictions move to Stage 3

Due to hot and dry conditions, all watering of lawns is now prohibitted along with other measures

 

Rossland resident, Rob Richardson, makes use of Rossland’s wildfire hazard vegetation debris disposal dumpsters which are located in the Rossland Arena parking lot and provide an opportunity for Rossland residents to dispose of their wildfire hazard vegetation during high fire danger conditions. Photo: Don Mortimer

FireSmart offers free wildfire debris drop off in Rossland

Residents can dispose of wildfire hazard vegetation in a special refuse bin at the Rossland Arena

  • Jul 27, 2021

 

For 13 years, the Rossland Mountain Market showcased local produce and crafts. It folded in 2020, but a new market is set to take its place.
(Thomas Nowaczynski photo)

Farmers’ Market coming to Rossland’s Esling Park

A new event will replace the late, great Rossland Mountain Market.

  • Jul 21, 2021
For 13 years, the Rossland Mountain Market showcased local produce and crafts. It folded in 2020, but a new market is set to take its place.
(Thomas Nowaczynski photo)
Online Rotary bingo has proven incredibly popular since its launch last year in Golden. Now local Rotary clubs have to decide who to give the proceeds to.

Rossland Rotary Club looks for bingo beneficiaries

If you have a worthy cause, you might be able to tap funding from online bingo games.

  • Jul 19, 2021
Online Rotary bingo has proven incredibly popular since its launch last year in Golden. Now local Rotary clubs have to decide who to give the proceeds to.
Letters to the editor.

Council must consider the housing needs of Rossland seniors

Letter to the Editor from Jackie Drysdale of Rossland

  • Jul 15, 2021
Letters to the editor.
United Way British Columbia officially formed on July 1 when six branches, including Trail and District, joined together as one. Image: United Way BC

United Way BC branches merge into one

United Way Trail and District officially joined five B.C. United Way branches on Canada Day

United Way British Columbia officially formed on July 1 when six branches, including Trail and District, joined together as one. Image: United Way BC
Concert donations will go to St. Andrew’s United Church rehab. Photo: Rossland News

Locals invited to reserve seat for ‘Bachyard’ fundraising concert in Rossland

RSVP is a must, contact Marie Skinner by 250.231.9003 or email: skinnermarie51@gmail.com

Concert donations will go to St. Andrew’s United Church rehab. Photo: Rossland News
Don Mortimer (right) and Anthony Bell (left) are working to promote and deliver Rossland’s FireSmart Rebate Program. (D. Mortimer photo)

Rossland’s FireSmart program offers incentive to reduce fire risk

Don’t wait, get FireSmart hazard assessment and receive rebate for costs to make property safe

Don Mortimer (right) and Anthony Bell (left) are working to promote and deliver Rossland’s FireSmart Rebate Program. (D. Mortimer photo)
Trail's new Butler Park pickleball and tennis court is drawing a lot of interest since opening last week.

Resurfacing project complete, tennis anyone?

The Butler Park tennis and pickleball courts are ready for play with a new and expanded look

Trail's new Butler Park pickleball and tennis court is drawing a lot of interest since opening last week.
We are so excited for the summer and can’t wait to get out on some more hikes. Here are some ski club members out on a hike in the Squaw Basin looking for a cabin site in June 1939. Standing third from right is Harold Fox, fourth from right is Tryg Nora. What’s your favourite hike in Rossland?
Do you have original photos capturing Rossland’s storied history? Consider donating them to the Rossland Archives where they can be scanned and you retain the original.

Rossland: History in Pictures

Historic photos are generously provided by the Rossland Museum Discovery Centre collection

  • Jun 24, 2021
We are so excited for the summer and can’t wait to get out on some more hikes. Here are some ski club members out on a hike in the Squaw Basin looking for a cabin site in June 1939. Standing third from right is Harold Fox, fourth from right is Tryg Nora. What’s your favourite hike in Rossland?
Do you have original photos capturing Rossland’s storied history? Consider donating them to the Rossland Archives where they can be scanned and you retain the original.
plaques

Rossland Heritage Commission happy with return of missing plaque

Two plaques commemorating Rossland founder, Ross Thompson, were stolen from Rossland Heritage Square

plaques
Photo: Trail Times

Trail RCMP start June by nabbing impaired drivers

Latest brief from the Trail and Greater District police

Photo: Trail Times
“This is very costly to replace and it seems that Rossland is getting more and more theft and vandalism happening, which is really unfortunate,” says the commission’s Michelle Fairbanks. Photo: Submitted

Update: Return Rossland heritage plaques, no questions asked

The plaques were located at Washington and Columbia by the Olaus statue

“This is very costly to replace and it seems that Rossland is getting more and more theft and vandalism happening, which is really unfortunate,” says the commission’s Michelle Fairbanks. Photo: Submitted
The man was extricated and taken to shore via the regional rescue boat. Photo: Trail Times file

Emergency call for help prompts advisory for Greater Trail

To get the man out safely and quickly, firefighters used the rescue boat to extricate him.

The man was extricated and taken to shore via the regional rescue boat. Photo: Trail Times file
Rossland Midtown housing development

All Rosslanders asked to engage in Official Community Plan

Rossland city council gives residents an opportunity to offer ideas and priorities for future

Rossland Midtown housing development
The Josie was named Canada’s Best Ski Boutique Hotel in the 2019 World Ski Awards, but a summertime visit offers great opportunities to explore the well-maintained area trails, which welcome hikers, trail runners and mountain bikers.

Summer sizzles in Rossland

This mountain town offers great outdoor and culinary adventures

  • Jun 8, 2021
The Josie was named Canada’s Best Ski Boutique Hotel in the 2019 World Ski Awards, but a summertime visit offers great opportunities to explore the well-maintained area trails, which welcome hikers, trail runners and mountain bikers.
Dan and Lina Horan, who have been coaching and managing the Trail Track and Field Club for more than 40 years, have past the torch to Kylie Lakevold. Photos: Jim Bailey

Trail couple retires from 40 years of coaching Trail track club – leave it in good hands

Dan and Lina Horan retire from Trail Track and Field Club, pass the torch to Kylie Lakevold

Dan and Lina Horan, who have been coaching and managing the Trail Track and Field Club for more than 40 years, have past the torch to Kylie Lakevold. Photos: Jim Bailey
Rossland Midtown housing development

All Rosslanders asked to engage in Official Community Plan

Rossland city council gives residents an opportunity to offer ideas and priorities for future

Rossland Midtown housing development
Rossland native and Black Jack skier Sage Robine is the winner of the prestigious Most Outstanding Biological Sciences Undergraduate of the Year from the University of Alaska-Fairbanks.

Rossland student-athlete honoured for academic achievement

Seven Summits grad Sage Robine earns University of Alaska science award

  • Jun 2, 2021
Rossland native and Black Jack skier Sage Robine is the winner of the prestigious Most Outstanding Biological Sciences Undergraduate of the Year from the University of Alaska-Fairbanks.