Rossland

“This is very costly to replace and it seems that Rossland is getting more and more theft and vandalism happening, which is really unfortunate,” says the commission’s Michelle Fairbanks. Photo: Submitted

Update: Return Rossland heritage plaques, no questions asked

The plaques were located at Washington and Columbia by the Olaus statue

 

Rossland Midtown housing development

All Rosslanders asked to engage in Official Community Plan

Rossland city council gives residents an opportunity to offer ideas and priorities for future

 

Dan and Lina Horan, who have been coaching and managing the Trail Track and Field Club for more than 40 years, have past the torch to Kylie Lakevold. Photos: Jim Bailey

Trail couple retires from 40 years of coaching Trail track club – leave it in good hands

Dan and Lina Horan retire from Trail Track and Field Club, pass the torch to Kylie Lakevold

 

Rossland native and Black Jack skier Sage Robine is the winner of the prestigious Most Outstanding Biological Sciences Undergraduate of the Year from the University of Alaska-Fairbanks.

Rossland student-athlete honoured for academic achievement

Seven Summits grad Sage Robine earns University of Alaska science award

  • Jun 2, 2021
Rossland native and Black Jack skier Sage Robine is the winner of the prestigious Most Outstanding Biological Sciences Undergraduate of the Year from the University of Alaska-Fairbanks.
The Midtown Affordable Housing project will also house the new Rossland City Hall

Rossland’s Midtown housing project set to break ground

The four-storey building will be operated by the Lower Columbia Affordable Housing Society

The Midtown Affordable Housing project will also house the new Rossland City Hall
Mixed media artist Kimberley Cutler has been commissioned to weave Rossland’s mountain mindscapes into 7S promotional stickers. (Contributed)

Learning Centre sticks to local talent and invests in a collaborative future

Trail artist Kimberley Cutler and Seven Summits alumna partners with former school

  • May 20, 2021
Mixed media artist Kimberley Cutler has been commissioned to weave Rossland’s mountain mindscapes into 7S promotional stickers. (Contributed)
A Rossland man was fatally injured in a May 10 pedestrian/vehicle collision on Kootenay Avenue. Photo: RCMP

Rossland pedestrian dies after being pinned between 2 vehicles

RCMP Sgt. advises that victim services is available for anyone requiring help

A Rossland man was fatally injured in a May 10 pedestrian/vehicle collision on Kootenay Avenue. Photo: RCMP
A black bear went ballistic when it found itself trapped inside a Rossland family’s vehicle. Photo: Ona Stanton

Black bear goes berserk in Rossland family vehicle

The door closed trapping the bear in the truck, what followed was mayhem

A black bear went ballistic when it found itself trapped inside a Rossland family’s vehicle. Photo: Ona Stanton
Rossland Mayor Kathy Moore is facing backlash over her trip to California. Photo: File

Rossland mayor asks for understanding after travel south of border

An extended holiday resulted in social media backlash after Rossland mayor visits family in the U.S.

Rossland Mayor Kathy Moore is facing backlash over her trip to California. Photo: File
Tanya Harper, a paramedic helping in the COVID-19 drive-thru testing centre, seals up conducted a COVID-19 test on Nov. 24. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News file)

Kootenay seniors fined $3,450 after failing to show proof of COVID test in day trip to U.S.

Police: Ticket is for violating section 58 of the Quarantine Act for the second offence

Tanya Harper, a paramedic helping in the COVID-19 drive-thru testing centre, seals up conducted a COVID-19 test on Nov. 24. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News file)
Two Trail RCMP officers safely escorted an elderly Montrose man to his home after he was reported to be driving erratically. The senior was later found to be suffering a brain bleed, and is now home recovering. Photo: Tyler Nix on Unsplash

A show of compassion by the Trail RCMP saves a life

The Montrose senior penned a thank you note to the two Greater Trail RCMP officers

Two Trail RCMP officers safely escorted an elderly Montrose man to his home after he was reported to be driving erratically. The senior was later found to be suffering a brain bleed, and is now home recovering. Photo: Tyler Nix on Unsplash
Brian Stefani, principal of Webster Elementary School in Warfield, safely escorted a school intruder, suspected to be suffering a mental health crisis, from inside the building on Friday, Feb. 12. Image: Google maps

Kootenay Columbia principal escorts erratic intruder from school grounds

Police were called to an emergency at the Warfield elementary school the morning of Feb. 12

Brian Stefani, principal of Webster Elementary School in Warfield, safely escorted a school intruder, suspected to be suffering a mental health crisis, from inside the building on Friday, Feb. 12. Image: Google maps
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RCMP take two impaired Rossland drivers off the road

Two Rossland men have temporarily lost their driving privileges

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Surrey RCMP are investigating after a pedestrian was struck and killed at 183 Street and Highway 10 Friday night. (File photo)

Man armed with bow and arrow arrested inside Rossland City Hall

A 24-year-old Rossland man is in custody

Surrey RCMP are investigating after a pedestrian was struck and killed at 183 Street and Highway 10 Friday night. (File photo)
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Trail man jailed after police find loaded handgun during check stop

The incident occurred at a checkpoint Trail police set up over the holidays

Photo: File
Terry Miller won the Rossland byelection.on Saturday.  Photo: Terry Miller

Rossland voters select Terry Miller as new councillor

City of Rossland releases results of advance voting and final voting day of council byelection

Terry Miller won the Rossland byelection.on Saturday.  Photo: Terry Miller
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‘Fall back’ one hour on Sunday

Local standard time means B.C. residents gain one hour of sleep starting Sunday, Nov. 1

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The bobsled race has traditionally been a staple event at the carnival. File photo

Upcoming Rossland Winter Carnival cancelled due to COVID-19 crisis

This is the first time the carnival won’t be held in decades

The bobsled race has traditionally been a staple event at the carnival. File photo