Castlegar News on the Web

Have you checked out Castlegar News on the worldwide web?

Have you checked out Castlegar News on the worldwide web? You can find us at www.castlegarnews.com. At our website, our crack editorial team is constantly posting the latest stories and pictures from around town.

We have three main categories on our “Home” page: News, Sports, and Community. We also have several other categories including Business, Entertainment, Lifestyles, and Opinion.

Under News, we, of course, feature the latest news stories from Castlegar and area including city council. Sports features all the latest Castlegar Rebels results and pictures posted as they happen. We also post local community, school and Selkirk College events. To post your sports team’s results send me an email at reporter@castlegarnews.com.

Community features pictures and write-ups of various events going on around Castlegar. Business features our latest business profiles. Entertainment throws the spotlight on Castlegar and area’s bustling arts, music, and dance scene. Readers can also find TV listings and movie showings under Entertainment. Lifestyles features interesting stories from throughout B.C. Finally, Opinion spotlights letters to the editor as well as opinion pieces from our writers.

Also at www.castlegarnews.com, one of the largest online classified ad sections is one click away. We also have an Obituaries section.

Feel free to comment on any recent story on our website. Just a reminder, you know must have a Facebook account to comment.

You can also check us out on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/castlegarnews. You can see recent stories and links and more photos that may not have made it into the paper.

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We are also on Twitter at www.twitter.com/castlegarnews. Follow us at home or on the road on your favourite mobile device. All our new stories are posted on Twitter.

So the next time you’re “surfing the net” from home or work or waiting in the line at the bank – be sure to check out what’s new at www.castlegarnews.com.

 

 

 

 

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