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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

B.C. woman reflects on 18 months on the front lines in Ukraine

B.C. woman reflects on 18 months on the front lines in Ukraine

‘Nobody can go through war and be who they were before,’ says April Huggett
B.C. Finance Minister Katrine Conroy retiring at end of term

B.C. Finance Minister Katrine Conroy retiring at end of term

Kootenay West MLA will not run for relection, saying its tie to enjoy her family
B.C. hockey player, 17, killed in crash, $66K raised for family

B.C. hockey player, 17, killed in crash, $66K raised for family

Nate Jackman played for the KIJHL Castlegar Rebels
BC Hydro removes 30,000 kilograms of debris from Arrow Lakes

BC Hydro removes 30,000 kilograms of debris from Arrow Lakes

Low water levels allowed for removal of structures and materials
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
Former Doukhobor kids taken from parents want B.C. apology wording changed

Former Doukhobor kids taken from parents want B.C. apology wording changed

Group of New Denver School survivors wants ‘recommended by the Sons of Freedom community’ removed
Survivors and families say B.C. Doukhobor apology compensation falls short

Survivors and families say B.C. Doukhobor apology compensation falls short

The provincial government has committed $10 million, but nothing in direct funds for survivors
Doukhobor apology comes with $10M compensation package from B.C.

Doukhobor apology comes with $10M compensation package from B.C.

Apology delivered, package announced by the province during ceremony in Castlegar
B.C. security firm owner denies sexual relationship with minor

B.C. security firm owner denies sexual relationship with minor

Public safety official William Trowell takes the stand in Castlegar child sex assault trial
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