Patience and perseverance are watchwords for Lawrence Chernoff, who is in his 11th year as the mayor of Castlegar, B.C.by Marie Milner
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Lisa Nicole won the BCCMA Artist Development Project in September 2015by Kimberly Shellborn
The City of Castlegar is undertaking a survey to better understand the air passenger market in the West Kootenay.
Jamie Latkin has progressed from selling asparagus from the back of his truck to a year-round store and three seasonal locations.by Kimberly Shellborn
In May of this year Air Canada’s first female pilot, Judy Cameron, retired.
Ian Welsted made the first ascent of K6 West in Pakistan, winning the coveted P'iot D'or Award.
The new Celgar Pavilion will be a combination of picnic area, concession and storage facility.
The Selkirk College Business Administration Program wrapped up its year with the annual Business Competition that pitted teams of students against each other.
Chief Economist for Credit Union Central 1 is coming to Selkirk College in Castlegar on March 27, 2015.
Working to make the West Kootenay Regional Airport more accessible even during inclement weather.by Nowell Berg
New trades training equipment will give students hands-on experience with tools currently used by these industries.
From interior to exterior, it's all about low and no maintenance in building or renovating a home.by Nowell Berg
The Brilliant Dam recieves recognition of excellence in cost and operational management.
It's the second consecutive year Columbia Power has been honoured.