Castlegar from the air. (Photo: Betsy Kline)

Castlegar News’ most-read stories of 2022

Find out what people clicked on in 2022

While there are no analytics to determine which stories were the most read in our print editions, Castlegar News keeps track of the stories that get the most page views on our web page. Sadly, many of them have to do with local tragedies.

Here are some of this year’s most-read stories:

Castlegar man killed by tree at Rossland golf course (August)

Mother killed, 4 injured in head-on crash near Trail (October)

Woman dies after Purolator van crashes into BC Transit bus near Castlegar (July)

RCMP investigating suspicious death in Castlegar (August)

Police identify Castlegar homicide victim (August)

Two rescued after vehicle crashes down embankment near Castlegar (November)

Unvaccinated truckers plan “Freedom Convoy” to protest cross-border vaccine mandate (January)

Castlegar chooses McFaddin as mayor by narrow margin (October)

Kokanee population ‘collapsed’ in Kootenay Lake but unlikely to disappear (March)

Ex-B.C. sheriff turned Kootenay security company owner charged with sexual assault of a minor (June)

RCMP investigating attempted murder after Montrose explosion leaves man with life-threatening injuries (September)

Trail RCMP: Driver not expected to survive head-on crash (September)

Man arrested for impersonating doctor and going on rampage at Trail hospital (October)

Castlegar’s newest millionaire treats himself to stylin’ car (November)

COVID outbreak declared at Castleview Care Centre (February)

Man dies in two-vehicle/animal collision near Castlegar (July)

Fire destroys Robson home (August)

Castlegar CIBC robbed (March)

Who cares for the caregiver? A Castlegar senior’s struggle to care for her husband (March)

One person sent to hospital after report of stabbing at Shambhala (July)

READ MORE: YEAR IN REVIEW: 2022 in photos



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