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Students in Invermere schools got an intro to the world of disabled skiing when most of the Canadian Para-Alpine ski team visited town.
Invermere officers remove 'noose' of barbed wire from bighorn ram.
The District of Invermere is hitting out at the provincial government's Mountain Resort Municipality strategy.
A look back at what's happened in the Columbia Valley over the last 50 years.
With many new members among the volunteer service's ranks, the training will give firefighters valuable on-scene experience.
Invermere's downtown core and Athalmer Business Park will be the focus of two studies this spring.
School will be providing students with more education on dealing with deer, after one of the animals got too close to students last week.
Regional District of East Kootenay will give community six months to refine water system plans.
RDEK and District of Invermere are moving ahead with plans to regulate development on and around Lake Windermere.
The four friends behind Arrowhead Brewing Co. are already in the lab, crafting the Columbia Valley's addition to the microbrew craze.
Local historians hope to call home descendants and former residents to preserve the Columbia Valley town's history.
Invermere's cull of up to 100 urban deer could be underway by the weekend, mayor Gerry Taft confirmed today.
Residents opposed to a cull of up to 100 deer take to the streets of Invermere to rally, promise more action in coming days
The Columbia Valley's villages and towns are about the same size they were five years ago, but rural areas experienced sharper declines.
Discovery Channel film crew puts the spotlight on Invermere for "Gigantic Things" week.
It's not your typical phys ed program, but J.A. Laird's Hockey Academy is finding popularity.
The Discovery Channel's Mark Miller will try his hand at clearing the (unofficial) world's largest maintained outdoor skating rink.
The clock is ticking down to the first B.C. Eastern Regional Pond Hockey Championships in Invermere.
It's up to the public to pick the winner of the first B.C. Eastern Regional Pond Hockey Championships Centre Ice Art Contest.
The building that once housed Golden Timber Frames could soon become the home of indoor soccer players, roller girls and other sports teams.