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Now that winter is over, women’s roller derby action is heating up for the 2012 season.
On Saturday (April 28), a group of 14 concerned local citizens successfully removed 160 old tires from the Columbia River Wetlands.
I’ll never forget the first time I was in Invermere.
French ski industry experts in B.C. to tour the site of the proposed Jumbo Resort were greeted by more than 80 opponents of the project.
An ongoing land dispute could shut down the Invermere Airport starting April 12.
Parks Canada has issued a cougar warning for three Radium-area trails, after the animals were spotted twice along Highway 93 last week.
Reaction to the approval of Jumbo has been mixed but what about the ski industry itself?
Most of the funds for a major upgrade of the Canal Flats Arena are now in place, thanks to an $800,000 from the B.C. government.
The District of Invermere will spend nearly $800,000 to revamp the portion of 7th Avenue near Pothole Park by the May long weekend.
"There won't be any healing process here," says one Invermere activist, as opponents of the Jumbo Resort begin planning their next moves.
Team Switzerland's men's sit-skier Christoph Kunz compete in Super G races March 14 at Panorama.
"Waiting is the killer," said Grant Costello, after the Jumbo resort approval was announced. "We've been so close so often."
The B.C. Liberal government announced its approval of the Jumbo Glacier Resort today.
Despite permit for 100 deer, contractor put down 19 animals. District will not seek to extend the cull.
The Regional District of East Kootenay will take another stab at bringing potable drinking water to Windermere.
The changeover is part of a B.C. government restructuring of employment service centres across the province.
Invermere's Fields store will be closing sometime this year, as its parent company shutters the chain nationally.
The Rock Groyne hasn't been maintained since it was first built, and has been a boating hazard since at least the 1960s.
Radium residents are being called on to rally the community after a rash of thefts from vehicles over the Winterfest weekend.
A relocation of Invermere deer probably won't happen until 2013 and depends on the province's interest, says mayor Gerry Taft.