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By Sara Golling on Wednesday May 12 2021

Rossland City Council held a Special Meeting on Tuesday, May 11, by Zoom, at 11:00 am; all members were present.  The meeting was needed to rescind and replace the previous Council motions, unanimously approved on April 19, 2021, awarding the tender for the Mid-Town Mixed-use project, because of a 'transcription error" from the original tender.

By Contributor on Tuesday May 11 2021

‘Out of the Cellar’ in downtown Rossland has become the first local business to get behind the drive to raise money to get a huge community resource, St. Andrew’s United Church, habitable and future fit.

By Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday May 11 2021

RCMP and the BC Coroners Service continue their investigations into a serious pedestrian involved collision which claimed the life of a Rossland man Monday morning.

By Lone Sheep Publishing on Tuesday May 11 2021

RCMP wishes to thank the media and the general public for their assistance and tip information after Philip Toner was located earlier Tuesday morning by the Lake Country RCMP.

RCMP previously identified Toner as a person of interest and an individual police were looking to speak with in relation to the suspicious death investigation of Brenda Ware. 

By Contributor on Monday May 10 2021
The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) is calling on the public to help further its investigation into the shooting death of 28-year-old Karman Grewal at the Vancouver International Airport.

On May 9, 2021 at around 3 p.m., the Richmond RCMP responded to the Vancouver International Airport for a shooting outside the international departure area.

By Katrine Conroy on Sunday May 09 2021

New Democrat MLA Katrine Conroy says students in School District 20 will be at the forefront of a zero-emission movement as one of the district’s new school buses is an electric vehicle.

 

By Letters to the editor on Sunday May 09 2021

To The Editor:

Brittny Anderson, MLA Nelson-Creston

Hello Brittny,

By Lone Sheep Publishing on Sunday May 09 2021

For the third consecutive month the Southeast Fire Centre Weather Services is reporting drier than average conditions for the region.

In its monthly weather synopsis for April 2021, the Southeast Fire Centre Weather Services said the total precipitation was a third of normal with measurable precipitation amount half the monthly average.

By John Boivin Local Journalism Initiative on Sunday May 09 2021

One of the Slocan Valley’s most popular tourist attractions is going to remain closed until further notice.

By Castlegar Source on Friday May 07 2021

A passing motorist, who had stopped to provide emergency aid to a crash victim, was injured when the vehicle wreckage shifted and rolled over the Good Samaritan, who suffered serious bodily injuries, according to RCMP Cpl. Jesse O’Donaghey, spokesman for the BC RCMP in the Southeast District.