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Betsy Kline

Betsy Kline

After spending several years as a freelance writer for the Castlegar News, Betsy joined the editorial staff as a reporter in March of 2015. In 2020, she moved into the editor's position. Betsy has lived in Castlegar for 23 years and has appreciated the opportunity to raise her family in such a beautiful city. She is passionate about reporting the local news to her community. Her favourite part of the job is meeting the many wonderful and amazing people that cross her path

Phone
250-365-6397
Email
editor@castlegarnews.com

Recent Work by Betsy

BC Hydro predicting below-average water levels at Arrow Lakes Reservoir

BC Hydro predicting below-average water levels at Arrow Lakes Reservoir

Reservoir expected to peak in mid-June
1 stitch at a time: Castlegar woman sews 5,000 items for global good

1 stitch at a time: Castlegar woman sews 5,000 items for global good

Pauline Kabatoff-Weinert loves sewing and helping others
West Kootenay Regional Airport apron project receives $1.6M grant

West Kootenay Regional Airport apron project receives $1.6M grant

The project will enlarge the apron to accommodate multiple planes at a time
Trail man found not guilty in youth sex assault case

Trail man found not guilty in youth sex assault case

Judge says Crown did not prove allegations beyond a reasonable doubt
Castlegar flight cancellation bus helped passengers reach destinations this winter

Castlegar flight cancellation bus helped passengers reach destinations this winter

The new Air Canada service shuttles passengers to Kelowna to meet Vancouver flights
Two people die in single-vehicle crash near Vallican

Two people die in single-vehicle crash near Vallican

The crash took place March 10 on Little Slocan Road
Castlegar senior loses almost $10K in phone scam

Castlegar senior loses almost $10K in phone scam

RCMP say 17 Castlegar residents have lost money to frauds so far this year
Personal compensation missing from B.C.’s Doukhobor apology: Ombudsperson

Personal compensation missing from B.C.’s Doukhobor apology: Ombudsperson

Premier Eby apologized to Sons of Freedom Doukhobors on Feb. 27
B.C. Premier issues apology as Sons of Freedom Doukhobor survivors ask for direct compensation

B.C. Premier issues apology as Sons of Freedom Doukhobor survivors ask for direct compensation

New Denver School survivors ask for direct personal compensation
Keenleyside Dam lock remains closed to public until spring

Keenleyside Dam lock remains closed to public until spring

The lock on the Lower Arrow Lake has been closed four times in the last eight months
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