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Welcome to the Megaphone. This is your place to post the news that matters to you. If someone's getting married or getting born, this is the place to let your community know. If you want to thank someone for a good turn or lambaste the noisy, nosy, or woefully ignorant, do it here. Basically, anything you think your community need to know about: use the megaphone and make yourself heard. 

by Shelley Ackerman on Monday Feb 28 2011
The Neighbourhoods of Learning community meeting will take place Tuesday, March 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the RSS Gym. Two principals and a parent from Kaslo and Crawford Bay K-12 schools will be at the meeting to help us understand how their schools work and the opportunities and benefits of a K-12 school. We will also address questions about the proposal sent to the school board. Babysitting will be...
by Kim Verigin on Thursday Feb 24 2011

 I realize this is late notice however we had a last minute change to one of our home games due to the KIJHL playoff schedule. The final Saints home games versus Trinity Western University are as follows:

Friday February 25, 6:45pm at the Nelson and District Community Complex
Saturday, February 26, 8:00pm at the Nelson and District Community Complex (was 7:30pm at Castlegar...

by Anonymous on Thursday Feb 17 2011

 I recently lost some very important keys and spent the better part of two days
searching my jacket, car, house, yard to no avail. On an off-chance I went to
the Post Office to look in their 'lost keys' box.;  Low and behold, there were
my keys.  What a relief. I would like to thank the person who found my keys
somewhere on the streets of Rossland and took the time to turn...

by Sara AM Golling on Wednesday Feb 09 2011

Consider taking the time add your name to the call for a poverty reduction plan.

A recent Environics poll found that:

  • Over 90 per cent of British Columbians believe that, if other counties can reduce poverty, so can Canada.
  • 87 per cent said both the prime minister and the premier should set concrete...
by Contributor on Friday Jan 28 2011

 POWDER ALERT - issued @ Friday, January 28, 2011 - 1000 hrs. – Models show Saturday’s storm beginning mid to late afternoon and lasting to near daybreak on Monday, almost 36 hours of moderate snowfall – possible 15 to 30 cms. storm total. This could be the biggest storm of the year so far!

 
For more details and updates to this forecast, check the U of WA - Precip. Forecast...
by Allyson Kenning on Friday Dec 17 2010
...Thank you for keeping me awake from 4am - 5:30am this morning with your loud music & people milling about. Really appreciated that.
by paulagaul on Wednesday Dec 15 2010
At Big Red Cats, we know that most Rosslanders don't often get out cat skiing because they already have season passes and they can just wait for the big dumps to come in order to get their needed powder fixes. But we'd also like more of our neighbours to be able to get out and see how good it is out there, so that you can tell all of your non-Rossland friends about it! So this year, Big Red Cats...
by Anonymous on Wednesday Dec 15 2010

RED is off to a thrilling start for the season as the base is in great shape for a fun winter of La Nina filled snow. With a base of 115cm on the upper parts of the mountain, RED is already ahead of last season’s snowfall, year to date.

To help celebrate snow, the spirit of skiing and riding as well as the holiday season, RED Mountain is again...
by sandywallace59 on Thursday Dec 02 2010
A BLAST OF GRATTITUDE PAY IT FORWARD.... So I walked into Subway in Rossland today (Dec. 1st)to have coffee with a friend. I ordered soup and coffee. I pulled my money out to pay and the guy says "its free for you today"...I said "pardon me?" and he said..."The last customer that came in wanted to buy the next customer's lunch!" Just want to take this opportunity to thank the Anonymous person...
by Rossland Bear Aware on Thursday Nov 25 2010
Rossland & Trail Bear Aware wishes to thank the following sponsors: Columbia Basin Trust BC Conservation Foundation BC Conservation Corps RDKB Nelson & District Credit Union The Cities of Rossland and Trail And of course, ALL our supporters! Even though the snow is here, the bears are still awake and active so please stay Bear Aware! See you in the spring.

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