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Rossland Council recognizes Day of Reconciliation
The Rossland Museum will be open in support of Orange Shirt Society
Rossland Skating Club open for registration
Rossland skaters hit the ice in October, sign up now
Green candidate’s open letter to SOWK residents
Green Party candidate Tara Howse comments on election results and political future
Former Pride Gym fighter wins ninth Muay Thai title
Charles Bisset won by TKO to capture the WBL World Muay Thai Cruiserweight title
Trail clarifies where proof of vaccination is needed
Vaccine requirements for spectators at non-ticketed events is still being clarified.
Headstone repairs planned at Rossland’s Columbia Cemetery
Heritage commission also discussing how to commemorate Chinese section.
Rossland announces vaccine passport requirements
Arena, arena lounge, and Miners' Hall among the affected facilities.
RDKB to close for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
The local government will shut its offices and facilities on Sept. 30.
Soil removal eats up $400,000 of contingency in Rossland mixed-use project
City says overrun was not unexpected, and no further major issues are anticipated.
Updated bylaw to clarify rules around private logging in Rossland
The revisions follow recent applications to clearcut local land.
UPDATED: Developer blasts Rossland council over ‘double standard’
Cezary Ksiazek is frustrated that two large residential developments are going ahead while his isn't.
No change in tax exemption for Rossland’s United Church
Council holds firm on asking church to pay partial property taxes.
RDKB to seek borrowing approval for waste projects
Regional district plans to spent millions on landfill upgrades and green bin project
Rossland approves rezoning of old city hall
Move clears the way for building's sale.
Rossland hopes to be a climate action game-changer
City to work with Community Energy Association on home energy leadership program.
Rossland council size to remain at seven
Council quickly shot down any suggestion of reducing their number to five.
7-Summits student embraces Leash of Hope program
At 7-Summits, Maddi Hampton offers hope at both ends of the leash as a junior assistance-dog trainer
Rosslanders urged to pick fruit to keep bears away
Neighbourhood "feels like a safari park," councillor says.
Live performances coming to Miners’ Hall
Trail and District Arts Council is bringing live performances to the stage once again
Rossland receives grant to improve development permitting process
The city will receive a $175,000 grant to get assistance to better support development and growth