Craig Lindsay

Pot grow-op busted near Castlegar

The outdoor growing site contained 77 marihuana plants which were ready for harvest.

Newton leads Bruins over Castlegar 4-2

Max Newton had two goals and two assists to lead the Grand Forks Border Bruins over the visiting Castlegar Rebels 4-2

Penticton realtor announces candidacy for Conservatives in MP race

Marshall Neufeld, a former Parliamentary aid to Stockwell Day, announced recently that he will join the MP race.

SHSS Bulldogs rally back for big wins at West Kootenay playdowns.

Team makes a strong statement, closing season on a high note

Local Legion legend receives Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medal

Sam Brown received the Queen's Diamond Jubilee medal from Royal Canadian Legion Zone Commander Bill McGuire

Local job fair helps employers and job seekers find each other

Selkirk College hosted over 20 different exhibitors at the "B.C. Jobs Start Here" Job Fair on Thursday (Feb. 21) at the school.

Castlegar mayor receives Queen’s Jubilee Medal

Council briefs include mayor receiving medal, LED lights, roof rejection and Wests' windows.

Saints sign high scoring Delta d-man

The Selkirk College Saints Men’s Hockey program is pleased to announce a commitment from defenceman Ryan Procyshyn.

Low turnout for city budget open house

Only about 15 people showed up Monday afternoon for an open house at the Community Forum on the city's five year financial plan.

Saints fall to Eastern Washington after clinching league title

The Selkirk College Saints fell flat the next day in the return match-up, losing 5-1.

Castlegar Rebels hand out awards

The Castlegar Rebels held their annual awards banquet Sunday night at Mulligan's Restaurant at Little Bear Golf Club.

Community on the move for Lion’s Move A Thon

Groups and individuals came out in force Saturday morning for the 3rd annual Castlegar-Selkirk Lion's Club Move-A-Thon

Rebels finish regular season with 5-0 thrashing of Leafs

The Rebs beat Nelson for the second straight night; this time 5-0 at the Nelson Community Centre.

SHSS off to strong start at home tournament

The Stanley Humphries Secondary Rockers got off to a good start in their home tournament on Friday.

Rebels clinch first place overall after 3-2 win over Nelson

The Castlegar Rebels have clinched first place in the entire KIJHL after a hard-fought 3-2 win over Nelson

Fun and participation the key for Troll Loppett

The warm weather may make the area look like summer is near, but up on the hills and mountains, there is plenty of snow.

Castlegar Primary stays but will likely merge with Twin Rivers

School District #20 trustees voted yes on second reading of a bylaw which would effectively merge Castlegar Primary and Twin Rivers.

Rebels prepare for Leafs after clinching first place

The Castlegar Rebels picked a good time for a great weekend. The Rebs knocked off the surging Beaver Valley Nitehawks twice in a row,

SHSS juniors and seniors knock off GF

Both Stanley Humphries Secondary girls teams were ungracious hosts to Grand Forks on Tuesday evening

Atamanenko returns from Russia with hope after forum

Southern Interior MP Alex Atamanenko returned to Castlegar recently after a week in Russia as a member of the Asia Pacific Forum.