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Nelson violinist Natasha Hall

Successful artists team up for special Castlegar concert

Special guest set to join hi-end musicians at Kootenay Gallery

Nelson violinist Natasha Hall
RCMP

Missing skiers located on Red Mountain

Pair of sixteen year old skiers is from Washington State

RCMP
A strong level of support was shown for the 2013 festival

Plans underway for Pass Creek gospel event

Music festival organizers look to build upon initial success

A strong level of support was shown for the 2013 festival
WKBIA

Castlegar CONNECT program receives funding

Local effort recognized for important work performed

WKBIA
BC Assessment

Assessment notices sent to Castlegar property owners

Property values remain stable for the year of 2014

BC Assessment
Nitehawk Ryan Edwards scores against Rebels in third period action.

Beaver Valley makes it seven straight with win over Rebels

Chippy affair sets table for Saturday rematch in Fruitvale

Nitehawk Ryan Edwards scores against Rebels in third period action.
Kia Canada WINterfest winners Angela and Jeff Bond are flanked by Castlegar Kia dealer principal Keith Kalawsky (right)

Castlegar couple wins their Kia

Second to last of 60 vehicles awarded in national promotion

Kia Canada WINterfest winners Angela and Jeff Bond are flanked by Castlegar Kia dealer principal Keith Kalawsky (right)
At the wheel of the new Zamboni is Cherie Hanvold

Zellstoff and Zamboni – a match made in Castlegar

Major industrial citizen antes up for recreational sponsorship

At the wheel of the new Zamboni is Cherie Hanvold
Selkirk College nursing instructor Tammy McLean will co-lead a six-month study with UBC researchers on care for those with a chronic

Selkirk College teams up with UBC to help those with serious chronic illness

Six-month study will also look at methods to ease the burden for caregivers

Selkirk College nursing instructor Tammy McLean will co-lead a six-month study with UBC researchers on care for those with a chronic
Ongoing lockout has been underway since June.

Lockout ends

FortisBC employees head back to work, deal left up to arbitrator

Ongoing lockout has been underway since June.
Trans-Canada Trail Foundation director Jim Bishop addressed the Regional District of Central Kootenay last week. He says some key local routing decisions have to be made soon to complete the cross-country network by 2017.

Trails group pledges to fill Kootenay gaps

Canada's Sesquicentennial (150th birthday) a target date for trails upgrades

Trans-Canada Trail Foundation director Jim Bishop addressed the Regional District of Central Kootenay last week. He says some key local routing decisions have to be made soon to complete the cross-country network by 2017.
Ongoing lockout has been underway since June.

IBEW responds to Fortis offer for binding arbitration

Solution sought for ongoing lockout, possibly before Christmas

Ongoing lockout has been underway since June.
Opinions differ on numbers and vulnerability of B.C.'s Grizzly Bear population.

Should We Hunt Grizzly Bears in B.C.?

Selkirk College Student examines a controversial issue

Opinions differ on numbers and vulnerability of B.C.'s Grizzly Bear population.
International students showed off their cultures last month at Selkirk College's Castlegar campus.

Selkirk College works to shrink the world

Culture diversity is celebrated at the Castlegar campus of Selkirk College

International students showed off their cultures last month at Selkirk College's Castlegar campus.
Selkirk Saints No. 12  Connor McLaughlin sneaks one through the goalie pads of No.31 Jason Greenwell of Eastern Washington during the second period in a 10-1 mop-up for the Selkirk Saints.

Eastern Washington No Match for Selkirk Saints

Selkirk Saints have a goal glut vs visitors on Friday night

Selkirk Saints No. 12  Connor McLaughlin sneaks one through the goalie pads of No.31 Jason Greenwell of Eastern Washington during the second period in a 10-1 mop-up for the Selkirk Saints.
Co-ops- the economic 'Swiss Army Knife'

Why Choose Co-ops?

Interesting question for folks in Castlegar and region, check out the more interesting answers

Co-ops- the economic 'Swiss Army Knife'
Smiles were well-earned by athletic competitors

Castlegar Produces Three Provincial Champions

Hard work and good instruction produces tangible results in competition

Smiles were well-earned by athletic competitors
Event goes Sat. Nov. 23 from 4 to 9 p.m. at Chances Gaming Centre

Works of art.. at work for Castlegar community

A fun, enriching opportunity for supporting a most worthwhile cause

Event goes Sat. Nov. 23 from 4 to 9 p.m. at Chances Gaming Centre
By Jason Lynd and Judiete Bosman – second year Recreation

The battle with White-Nose Bat Syndrome studied in Castlegar

Alarm bells ring over serious health scare for bat populations

By Jason Lynd and Judiete Bosman – second year Recreation
A composite sketch of the male the male running away from the scene was obtained and is attached.

Visual clues of Castlegar pharmacy robber

Composite sketch of suspect distributed following mid November crime

A composite sketch of the male the male running away from the scene was obtained and is attached.