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Stats Canada census data shows Castlegar population increase
We're moving on up, population wise, as numbers increased.
Skier injured in Rossland avalanche released from rehab
The backcountry skier who was seriously injured in a Rossland avalanche in mid-January was finally able to go home last week.
Business innovation tour coming to Castlegar
The council has launched a regional innovation tour, which is coming to Castlegar on Thursday, Feb. 16.
Castlegar Rebels still second in division after Wednesday night action
The Castlegar Rebels are still second in the Neil Murdoch division this week.
Castlegar buried in snow, experts say ‘stay home’
The snow keeps on coming in the West Kootenays, pushing snow-clearing efforts to the max.
Two Red Mountain Racers off to U16 Nationals
Two Red Mountain Racers are headed to the U16 National Championships after qualifying at the second round of the Teck Open Series last week.
Environment Canada issues snowfall warning for West Kootenay
Major dump of snow blankets Castlegar and area with more to come.
Central Kootenay Food Policy Council to give residents voice in local food system
The region’s new food policy council met for the first time last week and is ready to engage Central Kootenay residents on food issues.
Rebels lose to Nitehawks in overtime
Much closer battle as Rebels rebound with strong effort.
Castlegar Rebels suffer embarrassing defeat to Beaver Valley Nitehawks
The Nitehawks defeated the Rebels 7-1 at Tuesday night's home game.
Conservation officer investigating diesel spill in Castlegar
A local conservation officer is investigating a diesel spill after a bus’s fuel line broke on Thursday, Jan. 19.
Snowfall turns Castlegar on-ramp into challenge for commercial drivers
Commercial vehicles struggled with an on-ramp between Columbia Avenue and the highway during a recent weather event.
New library director at Castlegar & District Public Library
The Castlegar & District Public Library has a new library director: Kimberly Partanen.
Bobsled crash at Rossland Winter Carnival leads to broken femur, minor injuries
A crash at the bobsled race on Saturday left one bobsledder with a broken femur and three other people with minor injuries.
Q&A with Johnny Strilaeff, president and CEO of Columbia Basin Trust
Castlegar News caught up with Johnny Strilaeff, president and CEO of Columbia Basin Trust, for a Q&A about what the trust is working on.
Kootenay Gallery of Art engages stakeholders on relocation project
The Kootenay Gallery of Art invited stakeholders to brainstorm programming and space ideas to help with the gallery's relocation project.
Celebrate Family Literacy Week at Castlegar Library
This week is Family Literacy Week and the Castlegar & District Public Library is celebrating with Family Literacy Day on Saturday, Jan. 28.
Red Mountain Snowsports and Rossland athletes excel at Junior National Canadian Open Freeride Championships
The 19th annual Junior National Canadian Open Freeride Championships concluded at Red Mountain Resort on Saturday.
Castlegar Rebels sweep series against Columbia Valley Rockies
The Castlegar Rebels swept the series against the Columbia Valley Rockies on Friday night.
Castlegar Nordic Ski Club’s Troll Loppet attracts record number of skiers
A record number of cross country skiers took part in the Castlegar Nordic Ski Club's Troll Loppet on Sunday.