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by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Sep 10 2008
Rossland has always been a vibrant place to live and visit, but for too long it has been a city without a newspaper that reflects the full spectrum of life we lead, from the bottom of the golf course right up to the peak of Red Mountain. Why a new paper? Simply put: people need to know. They need to know what’s going on in the news, both locally and globally.
by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jun 23 2008
Here are the facts. The average North American consumes about 120 pounds of paper each year. Rosslanders consume close to a half a million pounds of paper per year: 240 tons of paper and newsprint. If that sounds bad, then hold onto your cardboard coffee cup. It gets worse.
by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jun 23 2008
Here are the facts. The average North American consumes about 120 pounds of paper each year. Rosslanders consume close to a half a million pounds of paper per year: 240 tons of paper and newsprint. If that sounds bad, then hold onto your cardboard coffee cup. It gets worse.
by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jun 23 2008
Here are the facts. The average North American consumes about 120 pounds of paper each year. Rosslanders consume close to a half a million pounds of paper per year: 240 tons of paper and newsprint. If that sounds bad, then hold onto your cardboard coffee cup. It gets worse.
by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jun 23 2008
Here are the facts. The average North American consumes about 120 pounds of paper each year. Rosslanders consume close to a half a million pounds of paper per year: 240 tons of paper and newsprint. If that sounds bad, then hold onto your cardboard coffee cup. It gets worse.
by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jun 23 2008
Here are the facts. The average North American consumes about 120 pounds of paper each year. Rosslanders consume close to a half a million pounds of paper per year: 240 tons of paper and newsprint. If that sounds bad, then hold onto your cardboard coffee cup. It gets worse.
by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jun 23 2008
Here are the facts. The average North American consumes about 120 pounds of paper each year. Rosslanders consume close to a half a million pounds of paper per year: 240 tons of paper and newsprint. If that sounds bad, then hold onto your cardboard coffee cup. It gets worse.
by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jun 23 2008
Here are the facts. The average North American consumes about 120 pounds of paper each year. Rosslanders consume close to a half a million pounds of paper per year: 240 tons of paper and newsprint. If that sounds bad, then hold onto your cardboard coffee cup. It gets worse.
by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jun 23 2008
Here are the facts. The average North American consumes about 120 pounds of paper each year. Rosslanders consume close to a half a million pounds of paper per year: 240 tons of paper and newsprint. If that sounds bad, then hold onto your cardboard coffee cup. It gets worse.
by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Jun 23 2008
Here are the facts. The average North American consumes about 120 pounds of paper each year. Rosslanders consume close to a half a million pounds of paper per year: 240 tons of paper and newsprint. If that sounds bad, then hold onto your cardboard coffee cup. It gets worse.

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