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Duff hoping to be re-elected for seventh term

Duff hoping to be re-elected for seventh term

For Kirk Duff, the seventh time could be the charm. Duff is putting his name up for Castlegar city councillor.

B&E suspects nabbed

Castlegar RCMP kept busy with overnight series of break and enters. A number of incidents in Castlegar and Nelson appeared to be related.
Wulowka seeks spot on upcoming council

Wulowka seeks spot on upcoming council

Though he is admittedly a rookie when it comes to politics, Peter Wulowka is hoping to be elected to Castlegar City Council in November.
Rye feels ready for council seat

Rye feels ready for council seat

Local businessman Dan Rye has experience in municipal government and is keen to add to it.
Riding blossoms all the way to the finish line

Riding blossoms all the way to the finish line

The City of Castlegar is participating in the Communities in Bloom National Awards Ceremonies

McIntosh proud to run for council again

Councillor Deb McIntosh is eager to run for office again. McIntosh has been a Castlegar City Councillor since 2002.
Interim CEO defends disabled care

Interim CEO defends disabled care

As the opposition kept up the political pressure on the B.C. Liberal government to halt the closure of group homes for developmentally disabled people, the interim CEO of the agency responsible held a rare news conference at the B.C. legislature Wednesday.
BC Hydro CEO quits for new job

BC Hydro CEO quits for new job

Seventeen months after moving from the Vancouver Olympics to CEO of BC Hydro, Dave Cobb is leaving the utility at the end of November.
Annual flu shot season begins

Annual flu shot season begins

Doctors' offices, clinics and pharmacies have begun the annual influenza vaccination program, which is free for seniors and children between six and 23 months old.

Head-on-crash claims Trail man

Police have identified a 44-year-old Trail man who was killed in a head-on collision about seven kilometres south of Castlegar last week.