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by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday May 27 2020

Visitors to the Rossland Museum will see, and hear, a drilling rig operating on the lower bench area nearby.  Teck has sent a notice to inform the community of the geotechnical drilling program, to take place from June 1 through June 12, 2020, and to assure everyone that there will be no traffic disruption resulting from the drilling operation.

The drilling is part of Teck’s...

by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday May 13 2020

Readers rejoice – our library is accessible again! With restrictions, of course, for everyone’s protection. Our dedicated library staff are offering “take-out” service -- with distancing.

Library Takeout @Rossland Public Library is a click or call-and-collect service. Members may request by phone, email or through the online catalogue and staff at the Library...

by The Conversation on Monday May 04 2020

 

Editor’s Note:  This article is just over a year old, thus contains no mention of COVID-19; readers can add our...

by The Conversation on Monday Mar 16 2020

By Kendra Coulter, for The Conversation

My favourite police officer on television is smart, empathetic, attentive and brave. He’s also incredibly handsome.

I’m talking about Rex, the fictional police canine played by the German shepherd Diesel vom Burgimwald who co-stars on CITY TV’s hit show...

by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Mar 09 2020

On March 6, 2020, the Lily  May Room at the Rossland Miners Union Hall held a festive gathering of Rossland notables, Parks Canada personnel, our local Member of Parliament and a representative of our local MLA; all were celebrating the designation of Rossland’s Miners Union Hall as a Federal Historic Site.

Speakers included Amy Krause and Dwight Bourdin, both of Parks Canada...

by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Feb 26 2020

Rosslanders celebrate as a community a few times a year:  for example. Winter Carnival, Golden City Days and the concurrent Fall Fair,  and the more commercial but delightful “Rekindle the Spirit of Christmas” . . . these are examples of what brings us together as a community to have fun and to celebrate living in  this beautiful place.

All of these celebrations are volunteer-driven....

by Contributor on Thursday Feb 06 2020

What comes After Eden? Visual and performance artist Stephanie Kellett and sound artist Robert Livingood explore this question in a multi-media exhibition at the Kootenay Gallery of Art in Castlegar.

Kellett and Livingood are life partners as well as artistic partners, based in Nelson, the pair has travelled on several occasions to central and northern BC and Yukon, spending...

by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Feb 05 2020

Volunteer groups in Rossland who could find a volunteer or two to represent them had an opportunity to introduce themselves to interested residents, and perhaps attract more members.

Mayor Kathy Moore reported, “The first ever "Discover Rossland" was a popular event! Held at the Miner's Hall on Feb 4th, lots of volunteer groups were able to engage with the citizens and each other. It...

by Contributor on Wednesday Feb 05 2020

Trail’s IncrEDIBLE Farmers' Market is bringing the runway to you this weekend with a heart-warming event that raises funds for low-income families, seniors, and expectant moms.

All About Heart will feature two fashion shows at noon and 3 p.m. highlighting spring designs, accessories, and shoes from local shops, as well as an indigenous line from B.C. The event will host vendor booths...

by RCAC on Wednesday Jan 29 2020

Take a trip back to the Gold Rush through a woman’s eyes, in RCAC’s presentation of The Passage by Adrianna Bogaard, performed by Jen Viens on Saturday, February 8, 2020 in Rossland’s Miners Hall.

In 1897 the world was seized with Gold Rush fever, and everyone was looking for a way to cash in. For the many adventurers seeking a quick route to reach the Yukon, the promise of...

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