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The Castlegar Dam City Rollers’ recent trip to Portland, Ore. had its highs and lows.
In the midst of the fentanyl crisis, a local organization that provides overdose training is bracing for the loss of its funding.
In her opening anecdote, Amy Goodman told the crowd at Brilliant Cultural Centre about the time she was detained at the Canadian border.
The Castlegar Sunrise 2000 Rotary Club hosted a successful and sold-out fundraising event at the Castlegar Complex on Saturday.
The Kootenay Gallery of Art held a Pour Your Art Out fundraiser at the Nineteenth at Castlegar Golf Course last Thursday.
Selkirk nursing students assisted in a rollover last Thursday on their way to school.
Following a fatal accident in February, the Castlegar Nordic Ski Club will implement a safety program and address hazards on the trails.
A cross-Canada antique car tour that began when Canada celebrated its 100th birthday is gearing up to celebrate Canada’s 150th.
The Deer Park Forestry Service Road has been closed since last Tuesday due to a washout and is expected to re-open Monday.
Kootenay Family Place is offering an opportunity for dads to spend more time with their kids, while helping them develop literacy skills.
A two-vehicle collision near the West Kootenay Regional Airport on Friday afternoon has resulted only in minor injuries, according to RCMP.
The majority of people living in the area are happy living here and plan to stay, according to the 2016 State of the Basin Snapshot Report.
The big take away from the first event in the Castlegar Chamber’s new speaker series: business owners should have a marketing plan.
A Castlegar entrepreneur has launched a new business using Facebook Live.
Council to ask UBCM to change definition of a parcel in the Community Charter allowing for reduction of parcel tax on multiple parcels.
A Q&A with Barbara Stegemann, this year’s Find Your Divine speaker, about how her company, The 7 Virtues, is trying to end war and poverty.
The Rossland Light Opera Players (RLOP) will be performing The Reluctant Dragon in Rossland, Trail and Castlegar.
A Q&A with Brian Fry, a partner at I4C Innovation, about what the company has planned for the new commercial building purchased by the CBT.
Scammers posing as Canada Revenue Agency employees are targeting Castlegar residents.
“It’s a series that everyone is going to remember,” Rebels head coach Bill Rotheisler said following the game.