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Putting out the call for those with green thumbs

Green tinged opportunity for stocking up on plants in Castlegar

Kazuri Jewellery will be sold at an Afternoon Tea event hosted by the Slocan Valley Grassroots Grammas on May 25.

Slocan Valley Grassroots Grammas host afternoon tea, jewellery sale

The event goes on Sunday, May 25 from 2 to 4 p.m. at a beautiful home in Vallican

Kazuri Jewellery will be sold at an Afternoon Tea event hosted by the Slocan Valley Grassroots Grammas on May 25.

Take a Walk with Your Doc in Castlegar

Event is designed reacquaint residents with exercise

Keith Shelefontiuk with his time-bending artwork

Art teams up with recreation in Castlegar

Castlegar Friends of Parks and Trails comes out ahead following Robson event

Keith Shelefontiuk with his time-bending artwork
Norm Lepine (right) presents Todd Wallace with a $250 donation toward Parkinson’s-related efforts.

Castlegar man lending support to friend dealing with Parkinsons

Long time friend the recipient of donation as part of fundraiser

Norm Lepine (right) presents Todd Wallace with a $250 donation toward Parkinson’s-related efforts.
Enjoying sunny skies and favourable winds

Kootenay rowing squad pulling hard

Robusters team into serious training at Christina Lake

Enjoying sunny skies and favourable winds
The Kootenay Firefighters recent donation has put the fundraising for the toddler fire engine for Kinsmen Park over the top. The Castlegar Early Childhood Advisory Council (CECAC) has now ordered the play equipment

Encouraging a healthy start for Castlegar youth

Firefighters back up best wishes with financial support

The Kootenay Firefighters recent donation has put the fundraising for the toddler fire engine for Kinsmen Park over the top. The Castlegar Early Childhood Advisory Council (CECAC) has now ordered the play equipment

WildSafeBC hoping for headstart on spring programs

WildSafeBC tries to reduce human-wildlife conflict through education

On April 17

Nurses get a helpful nudge

Element club hosts Castlegar fundraiser to help finance trip

On April 17
Happy occasion for Early Childhood Development

A coming escalation in play

Castlegar firefighters step up to the plate for their young neighbours

Happy occasion for Early Childhood Development
After a pair of chilly nights in the backcountry as part of their course activities

Students celebrated first day of spring at -16 C

A group of Selkirk students welcomed spring by spending a pair of frigid nights in the West Kootenay backcountry.

After a pair of chilly nights in the backcountry as part of their course activities
WKTEP student teachers volunteering on Volleyball Day in SD No. 20

Teacher education program goes to school

West Kootenays to be training ground for young educators

WKTEP student teachers volunteering on Volleyball Day in SD No. 20
Crossroads branch of Kootenay Savings Credit Union is the site of the historic launch of the Community Foundation of Castlegar and District... Thursday

Community Foundation invitation

Castlegar gets up to speed with other communities, launching a community foundation of its own

Crossroads branch of Kootenay Savings Credit Union is the site of the historic launch of the Community Foundation of Castlegar and District... Thursday

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Local realtors make a donation to Castlegar Hospice

'Walt the Curber' is a program between Black Press and CarProof to illustrate the risks of purchasing a vehicle from a private seller.

Buying a Used Car? Protect Yourself

When buying a used vehicle, you should do your homework, says CarProof. 150,000 British Columbians buy from a private seller each year.

'Walt the Curber' is a program between Black Press and CarProof to illustrate the risks of purchasing a vehicle from a private seller.
Blue bins in B.C. Critics say the new impending recycling system changes won't just cost new business

British Columbia’s Blue Box Battle

B.C. business owner lays out his issues with Province's MMBC recycling plan; calls it a 'cash and power grab'

Blue bins in B.C. Critics say the new impending recycling system changes won't just cost new business
Ryan Edwards' hockey career will shift to the college variety

Nitehawks’ star set for Saints’ service

Edwards to bring large bag of offensive goodies to Selkirk squad

Ryan Edwards' hockey career will shift to the college variety
Presenting a chance to learn more about our airborne

Get to know our fine furry friends

Bats get a bum rap, find out why the winged rodents are valuable

Presenting a chance to learn more about our airborne
Andy Saumure

Castlegar Artwalk – final invitation

Artists take note: Extra time added for application

Andy Saumure
Fernie author Angie Abdou was the special guest at the Kootenay Literary Competition gala on March 14.

Kootenay Literary Competition winners receive their awards

The Kootenay Literary Competition awards were handed out at a gala event at the Prestige Lakeside Resort in Nelson on Friday, March 14.

Fernie author Angie Abdou was the special guest at the Kootenay Literary Competition gala on March 14.