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West Kootenay Kennel Club annual dog show attracted hundreds of dog owners and lovers to Castlegar this weekend.
On Saturday, Aug. 17 the new Dollar Tree store officially cut the ribbon opening the new store.
Windborne Bed and Breakfast in Robson shows why the world comes though their doors.
The suspension for Fire Chief Jon Wollenberg was lifted during a meeting with RDCK senior staff last night.
ElectroRecycle Summer Ambassadors promote more recycling of small household appliances and old power tools.
Expense report shows wide range from NDP MLAs in B.C.
Twinning arrangement with our sister city in Japan opens the world up to youth.
Regional Fire Chief Terry Swan said plans coming today to deal with unfolding situation
Highlights from the regular City of Castlegar council meeting held Monday, Aug 12
Castlegar coffee shop under new ownership and has something for all tastes.
Castlegar Rebels make deals for three players in exchange for two veterans
Regional Fire Chief Terry Swan says Nelle Maxey has "the trust and confidence" of area residents.
Deer collision west of Castlegar Sunday morning a reminder to keep alert for fast-moving wildlife.
No one inside vehicle found burning on Blueberry Road near Fairview
Finals for the West Kootenay Roller Derby season almost set after four teams wowed the Castlegar crowd on Friday.
Community Harvest Food Bank received early morning donation of over $1000; we'll have another update on a local fundraiser this afternoon.
Four teams will be vying for a place in the September finals tonight in Castlegar
University students travelling province with the goal of increasing collection rates for used oil, antifreeze and tires.
Toe-tapping tunes at Kinnaird Park on Wednesday just another in a series of great shows.
68 years ago Hiroshima, Japan was levelled by an atomic bomb. A commemoration was held yesterday at the Mir Centre for Peace.