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City council will be looking at allowing a medical marijuana production facility at Oct. 16 meeting.
One of the issues that makes it difficult to deal with is people don’t really want to talk about it.
Spring will bring 5,000 more daffodils at the Highway 3 West interchange in Castlegar.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield is in the Kootenays to speak at the Columbia Basin Symposium.
Canadian is in the Kootenays to speak at the Columbia Basin Symposium
Castlegar’s squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets is celebrating 65 years this month.
Almost 100 people came out Thursday night for Castlegar Take Back the Night March.
Buffet dinner and art auction will be at the Nineteenth restaurant in Castlegar on Oct. 14.
After nine years on the job, Castlegar’s CAO is retiring.
Pinnacle Accounting was recognized at the Thompson Okanagan Kootenay Commercial Building Awards.
A look at the proposed rate structure for metered water and sewer.
Council is looking at an amended zoning bylaw allowing for adult day-sitting services.
An interface fire was quickly extinguished Friday afternoon in south Castlegar.
September and October are the peak months for human-bear conflict.
The airport will see a future where the winter cancellation rate is cut by 85 per cent.
Submission deadline for Sculpture walk is Oct. 18.
Recycling participation rates have jumped from 45 per cent to 81 per cent.
Event promises to be an elegant evening of chance and entertainment — make reservations by Sept. 29.
Free events will be taking place in the Kootenays as part of Culture Days on Sept. 29,30 and Oct. 1.
Erwin Dodd was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia just after his 47th birthday.