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It was standing room only at the Invermere's Tuesday night council meeting, as the public turned out to debate the upcoming cull.
Invermere's Snowflake Festival and the annual Bonspiel on the Lake lit up Lake Windermere January 20.
Grade 3 students in Windermere get a taste for cross country skiing.
Grade 12 David Thompson Secondary School students faced off against the Columbia Valley Rockies in a dodgeball showdown.
The Columbia River gets its close up in new photo book Small Mouth Big River.
The "cold war" is heating up, and both Ottawa and Winnipeg are starting to respond to Invermere's world record dreams.
With $1.8 million in funding on the line, Dry Gulch property owners are trying to revive a plan to bring a water system to the community.
More than 5,300 property owners in the Columbia Valley saw little change to their property values as 2012 assessment notices hit mailboxes.
Invermere council is moving ahead with a cull of up to 100 deer — but only if the majority of council feels the killing process is "humane."
While up to 100 urban deer will be culled in Invermere, the other plan for dealing with the animals isn't getting much provincial support.
Elesha Atwood is headed to Australia for her second sojourn with Youth With a Mission.
Lack of specifics, over-regulation worries floated at latest open house on the zoning of Lake Windermere.
Invermere's world record challenge has the funding and buzz — but not the snow.
Two elections, plenty of provincial political action (HST, anyone?), a football championship, a new sport, tons of great events, and more.
The winners are in for the first ever Window Display Decorating Contest.
Original cost estimates for the building were around $350,000. But none of the dozen bids the district received were under $500,000.
Adele Engel's locally made Essential Nutrition Mix shakes are attracting devotees across North American mainly through word of mouth.
One of the original Olympic sports is finding new life in a Columbia Valley school.
A new program offering Radium residents a chance to adopt a tree on the village boulevard is catching on.
Village council hopes to see cash from Victoria fund park and hall upgrades, and create new central gathering place.