Rossland

Terry Miller won the Rossland byelection.on Saturday.  Photo: Terry Miller

Rossland voters select Terry Miller as new councillor

City of Rossland releases results of advance voting and final voting day of council byelection

 

Ice slides are one thing that could occur in Rossland this winter. File photo

City of Rossland plans to hold scaled-back winter events

Small portions of Rossland Winter Carnival, Rekindle the Spirit events to occur for public

 

The Rossland Rotary is banding together, while staying six-feet apart, for another community fundraiser this holiday season with the ‘100 Rosslanders Who Care project’. Photo: Submitted

Rotary seeks 100 Rosslanders Who Care!

“One Hundred Rosslanders Who Care” each pledge $100 to fund a community project

 

Four of the campaign volunteers were reimbursed $100 for helping to make the masks. Photo: Dave Cornelius

Rossland Masks4All campaign makes 2400 masks

The campaign ran from April to November

Four of the campaign volunteers were reimbursed $100 for helping to make the masks. Photo: Dave Cornelius
Every year on Dec. 6, Canada observes National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. The day commemorates the anniversary of the École Polytechnique massacre in 1989. To recognize this day, the City of Trail lights the bridge red. Photo: Trail Times

Trail advocates call attention to violence against women

“The 16 Days are an opportunity to unite with others,” saya Ann Godderis.

Every year on Dec. 6, Canada observes National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. The day commemorates the anniversary of the École Polytechnique massacre in 1989. To recognize this day, the City of Trail lights the bridge red. Photo: Trail Times
The money will be used to address revenue shortfalls in the city. File photo

City of Rossland gets $1.26 million in COVID-19 relief funding

The city is creating a reserve fund to help utilize the money

The money will be used to address revenue shortfalls in the city. File photo
Photo: Lorraine Collis

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L-R: Mrs. Roger Terhune, Jackie Drysdale, Bev McEwan, and J.D. McDonald. Date unknown. Photo: Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre collection digitized courtesy of the Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History.

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  • Nov 12, 2020
L-R: Mrs. Roger Terhune, Jackie Drysdale, Bev McEwan, and J.D. McDonald. Date unknown. Photo: Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre collection digitized courtesy of the Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History.
Advanced and general voting in the byelection will take place at Miners’ Hall. Photo: Chelsea Novak

Two Rosslanders outline their vision as next city councillor

A byelection will be held on Nov. 28 to determine who gets the position

Advanced and general voting in the byelection will take place at Miners’ Hall. Photo: Chelsea Novak
Changes to short-term rental fees won’t be occurring until 2022. Photo: Connor Trembley

City council delays eliminating two short-term rental fees until 2022

Councillors said more discussion needs occur with residents before fee changes are implemented

Changes to short-term rental fees won’t be occurring until 2022. Photo: Connor Trembley
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Help for income-qualified Trail residents to lower energy bills this winter

Trail FAIR will assist with filling out the FortisBC application

Photo: Unsplash
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‘Fall back’ one hour on Sunday

Local standard time means B.C. residents gain one hour of sleep starting Sunday, Nov. 1

Photo: Unsplash
The bobsled race has traditionally been a staple event at the carnival. File photo

Upcoming Rossland Winter Carnival cancelled due to COVID-19 crisis

This is the first time the carnival won’t be held in decades

The bobsled race has traditionally been a staple event at the carnival. File photo
Some amendments have been made to the bylaw since it passed first reading. File photo

Second public hearing set for Rossland chicken bylaw

Amended bylaw would now require electric fencing to be put around yards with chickens

Some amendments have been made to the bylaw since it passed first reading. File photo
Phase Two of the Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre is one project the city hopes to secure funding for. Photo: Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre

Rossland city council throws support behind five infrastructure projects

Projects include new downtown washroom and $1-million Red Mountain race building

Phase Two of the Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre is one project the city hopes to secure funding for. Photo: Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre
The clinics will be held on Oct. 18 and Nov. 15. Photo: Chelsea Novak

Alpine Drug Mart to hold two flu shot clinics at Rossland’s Miners Hall

City council has waived $1,306 in rental and cleaning fees to make clinics feasible

The clinics will be held on Oct. 18 and Nov. 15. Photo: Chelsea Novak
Rossland/Trail Community Coordinator, Oscar White, putting up signs at the base of KC in Upper Rossland. (Facebook photo)

‘Bears getting hungrier’ warns Rossland/Trail WildSafeBC

Fruit must be picked to avoid luring in bears readying to hibernate

Rossland/Trail Community Coordinator, Oscar White, putting up signs at the base of KC in Upper Rossland. (Facebook photo)
Credit will be put back onto a person’s account if a leak is identified. Photo: CSRD

Rossland city council approves water leak credit program

The program will reimburse homeowners for overages they’ve paid due to water leaks

Credit will be put back onto a person’s account if a leak is identified. Photo: CSRD
The accident occurred at approximately 8 a.m. on Monday. Photo: Darby Profili

Semi overturns along Highway 22 in Rossland

The 40-year-old female driver was uninjured from the accident

The accident occurred at approximately 8 a.m. on Monday. Photo: Darby Profili
John Turner (Canadian Press photo)

Times reporter recalls John Turner’s return to Rossland home

“Mr. Turner treated my wife, Gerry, and I like we were long lost friends.” - Jim Swettenham

John Turner (Canadian Press photo)