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Letters to the Editor

by Contributor on 24 April 2010 - 5:25pm

Dear Rosslanders,

I don't know how many of you are sufficiently concerned about the cruelty, environmental contamination, and health issues involved in producing factory-farmed or "free run" eggs, to the extent that you regularly buy free-RANGE eggs produced by one of the several small farmers in our area. If these issues don't matter to you, then you'll probably want to skip the...

by Contributor on 22 March 2010 - 12:20pm

Dear editor,

As the organiser and host of Rossland Radio Co-Op's games and trivia fundraiser "The Price Is Jeopardy Or No Deal Of Fortune" I'd like to publicly thank the local businesses who, once again, donated prizes. This was the 4th time I've stood in front of a Rossland audience and given away prizes in the last year and each time I've been amazed at the generosity of our local...

by Contributor on 16 March 2010 - 9:29am

 Dear Editor, As a visitor to the very pleasant town of Castlegar, and when visiting Red Mountain, I slipped on the ice in the parking lot.   It was a hard fall, and I felt it should be checked out by the First Aid attendants in the Ski Patrol Booth.  

I was very impressed with their care and concern.   A hospital visit was required and all the team involved, from Ski...
by Contributor on 4 March 2010 - 8:32am

Dear editor,

We all witnessed how our Olympic athletes inspired and unified our nation. Whether they won or not, their stories touched our hearts and we applauded their efforts. We are writing in response to Interior Health’s proposed cuts to our Hospital. Instead of going for gold in our Health Care system it seems we allow the towel to be thrown in, apparently bowing to the almighty...

by Contributor on 2 March 2010 - 11:32am

People have been asking “Why the Boundary Education Alliance?” They are wondering what the need is for this group to form and exist. To help answer this question we want to invite you to look through the window of what we observed in one specific example.

You may or may not know that in October, 2009 a road safety issue was reported by the School District #51 (SD #51) maintenance...

by Contributor on 1 March 2010 - 11:05am

Dear editor,

The purpose of my letter is to let the citizens of Rossland who were so generous in their donations of toques for Everest and quarters for porters know that we will be flying into the Everest region with the toques in two days.  We will be travelling with two porters, and Kaji's brother a sherpa guide to the school that Sir Edmond Hillary built 50 years ago.

We are in...

by Kimberly Joines on 27 February 2010 - 7:25am

Hey Rossland,

By now I imagine most of you have heard… I love how quickly rumors can circulate around this little town of ours! But in case you haven’t, I have some incredibly disheartening news.  It pains me to tell you that it looks unlikely that I will be competing in the 2010 Paralympics in March.  Just one month prior to the beginning of the games, I had a “missed step”...

by Contributor on 25 February 2010 - 10:13am

Raising Broilers: An easy way to fill your freezer and make extra money

The first thing I noticed when I moved to Grand Forks was the amount of land that everyone had. I grew up in Calgary where I could see what my neighbour was having for supper from my kitchen window. When we moved here I was trying to figure out how to make some extra money and saw an...

by Contributor on 22 February 2010 - 12:34pm

Dear editor,

Kudos to the doctors and nurses who have had the courage to speak out about the proposed cutbacks in the OR department at KBRH in Trail. I would like to throw in my two bits' worth and make it personal.

I injured myself last June and had an appointment with a specialist in September; at that time, I was told I would require surgery, and that this specific surgery -...

by Contributor on 9 February 2010 - 10:22am

Dear Boundary Citizens,

There has been many many issues and decisions made over the last 15-20 years that have affect our children. Years before that, one room schools with dedicated teachers, for example Margret Harpur and Agnes White, taught children up in Bridesville and Rock Creek ( Kettle Valley.)

Who am I to decide what issue is the most important one of the week...