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In The Wake of David Thompson

If your idea of a great summer getaway is paddling over 3,000 km through three different provinces, then you’d be right at home with Jan Micklethwaite. Jan and four other local paddlers will be telling their stories at the Miner’s Hall this Sunday night as a fundraiser for the Rossland Museum. Successfully completing an epic...

Something in the Air: Rossland Radio Gets an FM License

Rossland’s airwaves are about to start buzzing with a new local radio channel in the coming months as the Rossland Radio Co-Op has been approved for an over-the-air FM license. Incorporated back in July of 2005, the co-op has been broadcasting over the internet for a year and a half, bringing its own brand of free community...

Telegraph Profile: Accidental Environmentalist Runs for Council

This week's all-candidates' meeting was a good introduction to the great majority of the candidates in this year's Rossland civic elections. One candidate, however, was not present at the meeting. "It was raining and I wasn't about to drive eight blocks. And if I'd walked, I'd have got soaked and had to use the clothes dryer,"...

Book Review: Mistakes Were Made, But Not By Me

by Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson Reviewed by Sara Golling This gripping and delightful book abounds in “AHA!” moments. It should be required reading for all politicians, bureaucrats, civil servants, teachers, parents, children, members of boards of directors and all other decision-makers – in short, everyone. When you read...

Joe Hill Coffeehouse Revival

This Sunday the Miner’s Hall will play host to a revival 20 plus years in the making as the Joe Hill Coffee House makes a return back to its original home. Designed after the original Joe Hill Coffee House series from the mid eighties, the Rossland Arts Council has backed Michael Gifford to once again provide a venue for...

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