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Students at J.A. Laird Elementary school will come back from summer vacation to find a shiny new solar wall gracing the south face of their building.
Valley politicians react to official opposition leader Jack Layton's death.
Andrea Klassen's editorial for the week of August 17.
A 10 year-old from Burlington, Ontario has become the second person in his family to swim all the way across Lake Windermere at its widest point.
Local derby girls will strap on skates and brave the bar track at Ray Ray's this Saturday night, as the pub and Fire Vixen Tattoos co-host the Invermere Killer Rollbots' last major fundraiser before their debut bout at the Marysville Arena on August 27.
Both of the Columbia Valley's regional directors are ready to run again.
District of Invermere council will push for cell phone coverage in Kootenay National Park, to ease communication between first responders when accidents occur.
Province asked to take the lead on plan to decrease district deer population
Residents in the Lake Windermere area had their first chance to share ideas about regulation on and around the lake, and plenty more community consultation is on the way.
The valley gets a look at its latest hockey talent pool this weekend, when the Columbia Valley Rockies host their first recruitment camp of the season.
The investigation into a power surge that caused electrical damage in up to 100 homes in the Brisco and Spillimacheen area could wrap up this week, according to BC Hydro.
Editor Andrea Klassen's editorial for the week of July 27.
B.C. minister visits potential resort site
The investigation into a power surge that caused electrical damage in up to 100 homes in the Brisco and Spillimacheen area could wrap up early next week, according to BC Hydro.
From 12 to 4 p.m., the park will host a children's festival, put on in memory of two year-old Tobias McLaughlin, a local toddler who drowned at an area campsite earlier this summer.
Solutions to Invermere's ongoing human-deer conflict are headed to the council table, and could be up for debate before the end of the month.
Early summer rains have had at least one upside in the Columbia Valley. Fire information officers at the Southeast Fire Centre are reporting a significant drop in number of blazes in the Invermere area so far this year.
If you're headed to Whiteswan Lake this summer, keep an eye out for an unusual vessel cruising mainly below the surface of the water.
Fresh grown produce and other local products are headed to Fairmont this weekend, as the resort town becomes the latest Columbia Valley community to launch a farmers' market and flea market.
Invermere's community dialysis unit scored three new machines last month, as the Interior Health Authority switches its technology in several dialysis units in the region.