Chris Stedile

2015 Miss Castlegar crowned

Esovoloff and Mierlo are the new Castlegar royalty

Men Speak Out on domestic violence

A local Castlegar advocacy group approached council to garner support for their noble cause.

SHSS Rugby Day

Teams from neighbouring communities came together Friday for a day-long Rugby tournament.

Quake shakes Castlegar

An earthquake coming in at magnitude 4.2 that hit Idaho last week was felt locally

Robson residents boil no more

Fresh tap water no longer a luxury as order finally lifted

Turning Pointe turns heads

Dancers shine during performance at Brilliant Cultural Centre.

Castlegar Finning closing its doors

Heavy machinery distributor Finning, is shutting down Castlegar operations

WKCC President brings the world to Castlegar

With the 25th Annual Camera Show swiftly approaching, one of their star members has some tough decisions.

IHA has recruited doctors to Castlegar, council is pleased but confused

Interior Health representatives gave two lengthy presentations to council on Monday night

Castlegar residents fight Bill C-51

Government’s anti-terror legislation faces a backlash, but will it make a difference?

Castlegar baby battles through open heart surgery

After open heart surgery, just three days into life, Shaylynn Huss is on the road to recovery.

After five years the Old School Cafe is closing it’s doors

An overload of work was a large contributor to the shutdown.

Local artist in running for make-up title

Krystal Sutherland hopes to be voted all the way to Paris for a chance of a lifetime

City responds to off-leash dog complaints

Stricter bylaw enforcement is to be expected this year. This after the City received several complaints regarding off-leash dogs.

Rebels one win away from advancing

Castlegar defeated Spokane on home ice last night. The final score was 5-2.

Rebels, Braves tied in first round of playoffs

The Rebels will spend the next two nights playing in Spokane, against their Braves.

Chernoff won mayor’s race despite being outspent

Mayor Lawrence Chernoff almost twice as many votes, despite spending almost half as much as challenger Gordon Zaitsoff.

Local woman left homeless from mudslide in Pass Creek

Winnie Watson is very grateful to friends, family and firefighters who have all helped her during this personal crisis

Visitor report shows tourism on the rise

Many successes for both the VIC and Chamber of Commerce were highlighted at Monday’s council meeting.