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The Castlegar Hospice is encouraging anyone over 18 years old to start their advance care planning.
The final count for the election isn’t in yet, but MLA Katrine Conroy is already back at work.
One sculptor has added a unique twist to this year’s Castlegar Sculpturewalk.
On June 4 the Castlegar United Church will celebrate its choice to become an affirming church.
A Rossland Summit School student placed third in this year’s Junior Dragons Den.
A tree fell and struck a truck on Broadwater Road on Tuesday afternoon.
The puppet stole the show in this year’s Rossland Light Opera Players production.
The Castlegar McDonald’s raised nearly $3,200 for a local seniors’ program on McHappy Day.
B.C. students elected an NDP majority with a Green Party opposition in the Student Vote BC 2017.
The Castlegar Hospice Society launched national Hospice Week at Kinsmen Park on Sunday.
The Kootenay Gallery of Art is preparing for 150+ Creative Acts.
A regional group of governments will be sending 14 resolutions to the Union of BC Municipalities.
Live butterflies will be released at the 15th annual Hike for Hospice in Castlegar on Sunday.
The third in a three-part Q&A with Kootenay West candidates. Third round: extreme weather events.
Four members of the poverty reduction group presented their poverty reduction initiatives recently.
The Selkirk Geospatial Research Centre is working to figure out appropriate open data policies.
Smaller Canadian lumber companies will be required to cough up duties on lumber exported to the U.S.
Candidates had a last chance to deliver their message at an all candidates forum on Wednesday night.
There are more seniors than kids in Castlegar, according to Statistics Canada census data.
The second in a three-part Q&A with Kootenay West candidates. Second round: jobs and the economy.