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The Deer Park Forestry Service Road has been closed since last Tuesday due to a washout and is expected to re-open Monday.
The majority of people living in the area are happy living here and plan to stay, according to the 2016 State of the Basin Snapshot Report.
A Q&A with Barbara Stegemann, this year’s Find Your Divine speaker, about how her company, The 7 Virtues, is trying to end war and poverty.
The Nelson Leafs shut out the Castlegar Rebels 1-0 on Friday night to take the first-round KIJHL playoff series four games to two.
Stakeholders from four different regional school districts attended an open house on rural education in Trail on Friday.
Labour and transportation emerged as issues for local business at a meeting of regional chambers of commerce last Wednesday in Castlegar.
Castlegar News caught up with Johnny Strilaeff, president and CEO of Columbia Basin Trust, for a Q&A about what the trust is working on.
The Castlegar Dam City Rollers defeated the Nelson Killjoys at a bout on Saturday night.
Unionized staff at Rossland, Nelson and East Shore branches of the Nelson & District Credit Union have ratified a new four-year agreement.
Search and rescue teams from across the region called off their search for Neva Evdokimoff, former Castlegar resident.
After a strong start at the Haywood 2016 Ski Nationals, Black Jack skiers continued to make Rossland proud.
The Selkirk College board of governors voted to approve new student fees at a meeting on Tuesday night.
Selkirk College is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2016, and is putting together a commemorative book.
Rossland resident Samanthan Troy is running in the South Okanagan-West Kootenay riding as the Green party candidate.