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Award-winning comedian Ron James has been selling out theatres for 15 years with his marathon, kinetically charged performances.
While Jumbo was getting all of the press, architect developer Oberto Oberti was working on a development plan for Valemount.
I would like to speak up for our senior citizens and the mentally ill. The government is failing them.
Castlegar’s roller derby team is hosting a bout on home turf this week.
It was a field trip of epic West Kootenay proportions for Selkirk College Ski Resort Operations & Management Program (SROAM) students.
On Saturday the Vallican Whole Community Centre in the Slocan Valley will be hosting Breakwater (plus one!) debuting their CD, “New Ground.”
The Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance is accepting registrations for the 2017 Columbia Basin Culture Tour.
The Kimberley rink of Tom and Lori Buchy and Dave and Robyn Toffolo will be given the opportunity to fight for a national title.
The transport truck driver who survived for two days in his crumpled cab before being rescued Thursday succumbed to his injuries Saturday.
Partnering with Co-op Education & Employment Services to hire a co-op student from Selkirk College brings countless paybacks to employers.
“Like snow in summer or rain in harvest, so honour is not fitting for a fool.” Proverbs 26:1 (NRSV)
In parts of North America, bats are being devastated by a disease that will have a huge ecological effect, white-nose syndrome.
Letters to the editor for Mar. 2 edition of the Castlegar News.
If the Selkirk College Saints are successful in capturing their fifth-straight title this season they will need to do it on the road.
The Selkirk College Saints are in an unfamiliar late-February position of looking up in the standings.
Praise to Gord Turner, for taking the time to write and submit the article “Driving madness in Castlegar.” Very much in agreement.
Human waste is something that people don’t really want to talk about. However, for BC Parks, it is a stinking problem.
A celebration of community learning took place at Selkirk College’s Mary Hall as donors and students came together for the Bursary Tea.
Since the 1990s, honey bees worldwide have been on the decline and that has had a huge impact on the ecosystem.
Residents of Castlegar will be asked to comment on plans to expand and improve the Castlegar and District Community Complex this spring.