John Boivin

Greens choose Rosslander to represent them in next federal election

Tara Howse is the former chair of Rossland’s Sustainability Commission

Castlegar police seek dawn home intruder

Man walked into house at 4 a.m., asks son about mother

Castlegar mayor releases FCM itinerary

Bruno Tassone delivers promised report on activities at Quebec City municipal conference

West Kootenay afternoon storms spark fires

Lots of thunder and lightning, and little rain, as system moves through region

Rossland teen heartbroken after thieves poison his beehive

Mom says she can’t understand why someone would kill bees for no apparent reason

Survey hopes to capture development needs of hundreds of Kootenay kids

Parents encouraged to fill out online form or meet with local program providers

Close game between Kootenay lacrosse rivals ends in overtime tie

West Kootenay Timberwolves and Cranbrook Outlaws face off.

Forecasters watching for June rain after West Kootenay’s driest May in 24 years

What happens in next few weeks has crucial impact on forest fire season

Small fires pop up around Kootenays

Fire danger is still low to moderate in most of the southeast Interior

Miss Castlegar winners ready for a year of fun, adventure and learning

Rhyan Johnstone, Luisa Glowalla crowned Castlegar royalty

Castlegar council to be asked to join green drive for Kootenay energy

Petition now in circulation wants city to use 100 per cent renewable energy by 2050

Storms spark small fires in West Kootenay

Two lightning-caused fires reported after storm front moves through area

Province to spend $1 million on Castlegar airport

One of 16 airports given grants for improvements this year

Castlegar player enters charter bus service in West Kootenay

MTI hopes to fill gap left by the closing of Queen City Shuttle service

Green New Deal meetings come to the Kootenays

Public invited to share their ideas on how society, economy has to adapt to climate change

Interfor to reduce Castlegar, Grand Forks mill hours next month to cut production

Company says low lumber prices and high log costs forcing its hand

Downtown businesses want you to love them this weekend

Third annual event encourages people to shop in their own community.

Choir leader’s selfless work wins her Castlegar Citizen of the Year

Christina Nolan has grown the community choir into a strong and vibrant asset for the city

Police investigating man’s death in Winlaw

Foul play not established, but major crimes unit is investigating

Motion calls on Rossland city council to recognize ‘climate crisis’

Andy Morel wants to raise awareness of urgent need for action by higher levels of government