Betsy Kline

Castlegar volunteer recognized by province

Deb Chmara has spent over 50 years with the Red Cross

Castlegar coach receives Basketball BC honour

Cheryl Closkey recognized for 50 years of volunteering

Split council vote changes Castlegar infrastructure levy from five to seven years

Major industry will be seeing a tax increase over the next seven years as well.

Paramedics union raises alarm over spike in out-of-service ambulances

Staffing shortages affecting service levels in Kootenays

Construction to start in a few weeks on Kalesnikoff’s $35 million project

Business expansion will create 50 new full-time jobs in the Castlegar area.

Castlegar economic development program helping businesses succeed

First year of program full of accomplishments

Castlegar women’s group makes an impact for local non-profits

50 Women $50 strives to make a difference in the community

Auditor’s report points to gaps in ambulance service for rural B.C.

“This increases the risk that some patients do not receive the care they need, when they need it.”

B.C.’s rural, remote regions bear lion’s share of gaps in ambulance services: report

The report recommends that BCEHS evaluate its advanced care coverage across the province

City of Castlegar to hold public budget meetings

Meetings will be held March 4 and March 7.

Castlegar students stand up on Pink Shirt Day

Local kids reminded drivers on Columbia Ave. bullying is not cool.

Kootenay Gallery’s Soup for the Cultured Soul satisfies

Sold-out event featured soups from six Castlegar chefs.

Truck slides off Castlegar’s Sherbiko Hill

Columbia Avenue was slippery in spots Monday afternoon

Castlegar gymnastics club adding parkour equipment

Selkirk Challengers Gymnastics club has been offering parkour classes for kids.

Columbia Avenue bus shelters delayed

Manufacturing delays mean Castlegar bus riders will have to wait in the elements a while longer.

City of Castlegar approves two more cannabis stores

Applications now go to the province for approval.

Castlegar’s Stanley Humphries School’s got talent

Talent show to be held Feb. 21 at Brilliant Cultural Centre

Kootenay Special O athletes headed to provincials

Floor hockey team from Castlegar and Grand Forks will represent the Kootenay Region.

Castlegar moves towards allowing more in-home childcare spaces

If passed, bylaw will increase the maximum number of children allowed to match provincial standards.