The Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre (RMDC) has been working away on developing a Conceptual Exhibition & Interpretation Plan for the Renewal Project Phase II: Mine Experience.
With summer on the horizon, Kootenay Savings is providing a financial boost to community organizations throughout the Kootenays to help enrich the lives of residents across the region.
As our economy opens up, we’re running our Annual ‘Congratulations to the Grads’ Promotion in both the Castlegar Source and the Trail Champion.
People working for the Village of Fruitvale can share a certain amount of pride knowing that their local government is taking steps to reduce poverty in their community. The Village of Fruitvale is now a Living Wage Employer.
The Kootenay Association for Science and Technology (KAST) congratulates Executive Director, Sean Smillie, on his return to the video game industry for an exciting new role as an executive producer for a Quebec and Los Angeles-based game studio.
The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture is pleased to announce a one-time Resilience Award fund for local artists and art organizations residing in Rossland, Warfield and Area B.
The purpose of these awards is to lessen the impacts of the pandemic on the local arts community by giving back to artists and art organizations.
The Trail RCMP learned through social media that two bronze heritage plaques commemorating Ross Thompson, Rossland’s founder, were stolen from near the Olaus statute on the corner of Columbia Avenue and Washington Street.
Better protection for the environment and new, expanded measures for British Columbians to access nature are coming to BC Parks this summer.
To address the surge in visitors in five of the province’s most popular parks, new and revised initiatives are being introduced this season as part of the continued free day-use pass pilot program.
Environment Canada issued a Severe Thunderstorm warning Tuesday for southern interior of BC, including Boundary, East and West Kootenay, Kootenay Lake and Arrow Lakes/Slocan Lake regions.
Environment Canada said showers will end this morning followed by a 60 percent chance of showers or thunderstorms.
The Independent Investigations Office (IIO) of BC is investigating an incident in Castlegar.
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