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A group of 10 Selkirk College students spent a week studying the impacts of climate change.
The Kootenay Gallery of Art is launching their project 150+ Creative Acts on Friday, May 26.
Rosalie has Multiple sclerosis. She has the progressive type.
It’s an opportunity to support this important issue which could impact anyone.
On May 26 and 27, prepare to be entertained by the Twin Rivers Community Choir.
Do you think you are smarter than a 10th grader? Find out at Team Trivia Night on Friday, May 26.
More than 60 volunteers representing several agencies staged a disaster on Saturday, May 6.
Mayor Lawrence Chernoff, along with Wendy Schwab declaring May 10 as Auxiliary Day.
Patrice Gordon was honoured as a distinguished alumna at the 2017 Selkirk College graduation.
Selkirk College introduced a Sexual Violence Policy this week, committing to a safe environment.
The local United Church voted unanimously on Sunday to designate itself an affirming congregation.
The Castlegar Hospice Society launched national Hospice Week at Kinsmen Park on Sunday.
Ford Sales Ltd. hosted the Drive4WE program.
The Kootenay Gallery of Art is preparing for 150+ Creative Acts.
Live butterflies will be released at the 15th annual Hike for Hospice in Castlegar on Sunday.
Selkirk College is the first college in the world to offer training in nonviolent peacekeeping.