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Towards the end of Creedence Clearwater Revisited’s set at CannaFest, fans began chanting “CCR.”
Two orgs running subsidized affordable housing in Castlegar received energy retrofit grants.
Habitat for Humanity Southeast B.C. will open a ReStore at 4400 Minto Rd. soon.
A linguistic anthropologist shared her work on language revitalization with Castlegar residents.
The majority of Castlegar residents over the age of 15 are married or living common law.
A Rossland mountain biker strutted her skills on the descent at the cross-country biking event.
A Castlegar rugby alumnus has been selected for the U23 Canada Rugby Team.
July’s weather was dry and hot, and our local meteorologist forecasts that trend will continue.
The upper pond at Millennium Park will be closed until Saturday.
The Castlegar Shoppers donated $1,210 to the CDCSS Women’s Centre.
Sales at the Castlegar farmers’ market are strong, but some say it needs to attract more famers.
Seven evacuees from Williams Lake have been staying in Castlegar.
Creedence Clearwater Revisited will headline CannaFest in Grand Forks this August.
More dry weather is expected over the coming week, extending the dry spell that has been July.
Close to 3,000 people turned out to the Kootenay Festival on Saturday.
BC Wildfire Service is actively monitoring a 4,126-hectare fire in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park.
The City of Castlegar’s insurer is appealing a lawsuit Maglio Installations won against the city.