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Woman pleads guilty to assault in Castlegar stabbings

A woman accused of breaking into a Castlegar home last year and stabbing two teenagers has pleaded guilty to three charges. Sasha Margaret Prokaski appeared in Castlegar Provincial Court on Tuesday, where she admitted to aggravated assault and assault with a weapon as well as break and enter. She is scheduled...

Lung cancer screening program announced for communities in BC

Thirty-six health centres in BC will be screening for lung cancer. That's according to Minister of Health Adrian Dix, who said they are planning to screen 10,000 patients, and build that up over the years to 20,000. "In September of 2020, we announced that BC Cancer is leading the development of...

Castlegar city hall fights off 3,000 hacker attempts in a month

Hackers have been trying repeatedly, though unsuccessfully, to break into the City of Castlegar's computer system. Information technology manager David Bristow says between April 24 and May 24, there were 3,188 attempts by hackers to log in as staff and get ahold of municipal data. All were repelled. "I think we're seeing...

Charges pending after rifle seized in Trail

Trail RCMP are recommending weapons charges against a 42-year-old city man after seizing a .22 calibre rifle and baseball bat. Police say the incident happened last Thursday morning when they responded to a complaint about two men threatening another man downtown. Officers located the suspect and a 32-year-old man in a...

Eighteen students killed in mass shooting at Texas elementary school

"When in God's name are we going to stand up to the gun lobby?" That from U.S. President Joe Biden reacting to the deaths of 18 children and several adults in a school shooting in Texas. Officials say it happened when an 18-year-old went on a deadly rampage at the school...

Castlegar city hall offers online credit card payments again

As of this week, the City of Castlegar will once again accept online credit card payments. Financial services manager Aimee Uhlenbrauck told city council the option will be available to pay property taxes, utilities, business licenses, and pet licenses for now and will be available to all types of payments. The...
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