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Council to request grant funding for Columbia Avenue upgrades
Connors Road receives no attention and City hands out grants.
Visitor report shows tourism on the rise
Many successes for both the VIC and Chamber of Commerce were highlighted at Monday’s council meeting.
SHSS re-opens after fire causes closure
Clean-up crews have restored SHSS to normal conditions. Students have been allowed to return and class has resumed.
Smoke show at SHSS
A garbage can fire at Stanley Humphries caused students and teachers to be evacuated and sent home.
Name of man involved in armed standoff has been released
A Castlegar man is facing several charges including assault with a weapon.
Several free dental services available tomorrow
Clean Between in Castlegar will be joining many others around Canada for 'The Gift from the Heart'.
Columbia Power named B.C. Top Employer for second year
The Columbia Power Corporation has been named one of B.C.’s Top Employers for 2015.
Identity of man involved in RCMP shooting has been released
The deceased is not a Castlegar local, but a man from Yahk.
UPDATE: Fatal shooting on Castlegar highway
The RCMP have been involved in a shooting in Castlegar.
New edition of B.C. best seller to have release party in Castlegar
Local NDP Candidate, Richard Cannings, invites Castlegarians to come celebrate B.C.’s diversity.
Troll attracts record crowd
Original member could not be happier with the event’s success.
More than half of tested homes in Castlegar exceed radon threshold
Health officials say not to panic, but actions should be taken to reduce radon levels within homes
Tribunal set to hear complaint from former Celgar employee
Adrienne McKellar has made a human rights complaint against the Zellstoff Celgar pulp mill in Castlegar, B.C..
Kootenay Festival has a new home
The Festival will be held at Millennium Park Saturday, July 25.
Luterbach addresses ‘How to kill your Teacher’ video
Kootenay-Columbia Superintendent Greg Luterbach is working with RCMP and others to assess the level of risk that comes with this video.
Council aims to engage the public
Airport updates and recycling also discussed.
No support for access road: Council decides that Trail’s request is a ‘conflict of interest’
Council puts Castlegar first.
Tesla superchargers may be heading to Castlegar
A far more cost effective car charging station is on the table.
Newly implemented room tax is already paying off
Tourism advocates seek to bolster Castlegar’s visitor numbers
Rebels and Braves split series
Rebels eek out first win on the road, but collapse at home.