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The BC and Yukon Peony Show will be taking place in Castlegar June 9-11.
The Castlegar Parks and Trails Society is concerned about damage being done to area trails.
The Regional District of Central Kootenay is apologizing for an error and any confusion caused.
Increased snow pack and water saturation levels prompt call to be prepared for flooding.
Council renews cultural agreements, hears gallery challenge and meets Miss Castlegar participants.
A major washout on Highway 3 east of the Paulson Bridge is expected to affect traffic for some time.
Police are urging residents to be cautious as they are investigating a rash of break and enters.
The May 18 deadline is fast approaching for submitting nominations for this year’s Citizen of the Year Award.
“This building can be a place that brings people together as opposed to just being about recreation.”
Featuring headliners George Canyon, Jason Benoit, and Aaron Pritchett festival looks promising.
Twenty two days of measurable rainfall were recorded in April.
Seven drivers have been charged with excessive speed and had vehicles impounded on Kootenay roads.
Castlegar council donates old fire truck, buys a generator and looks into Columbia River trails.
Seven options for recreation expansions were presented to the public at an open house Tuesday night.
Contestants and crew for The Amazing Race Canada could be seen all over Castlegar on Sunday.
Great weather and lots of fun helps Castlegar welcome spring.
Castlegar’s long-time fire chief Gerry Rempel is retiring after serving 44 years.
Travis Green has been named as the new head coach for the Vancouver Canucks.
Castlegar RCMP impounded a vehicle after the driver was ticketed for stunting.