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The Columbia Valley Rockies and the BCHL Langley Riverman junior hockey teams spent last weekend recruiting athletes for the upcoming season
The Windermere Valley Minor Hockey Association hosted an Awards Banquet to mark the end of a successful season
The devastating reality of Canada’s history has gained national support in a monumental decision that empowered Metis and non-status Indians
What does the Supreme Court of Canada’s ruling for Metis and non-status Indians look like?
The Village of Radium Hot Springs is asking the Ministry of Transportation to reduce the speed limit on Highway 93/95 to reduce accidents
The Government of B.C. recently announced that April will be proclaimed as Autism Awareness Month provincially to honour April 2nd
Rodd Wayne Weisbrodt has plans to open up the Columbia Valley Community Radio Station over the course of the next two years
Goalie Blake Simpson slid into the limelight at the under 15 (U15) tryouts for Team BC
The East and West Kootenay Boundary Local Government Management Association Joint Chapter Conference
The Bantam Rockies won 7-3 against Taylor during the semi-final game on Thursday, March 17th.
The quest for a provincial title came to an abrupt end when the Midget Rockies returned to the Columbia Valley.
Gail Scott, Destination Osoyoos spokesperson, will be providing information about improving the economy of a resort municipality.
In order to create a system that flows best for its users, the Village of Radium Hot Springs has disposed of the old sewer rates.
There were four generating units installed at the Mica Generating Station, located 145 kilometres north of Revelstoke on the Columbia River
More than 70 elected officials came together for a Community to Community Forum to discuss the topic of reconciliation.
The egg-spectation of families being able to find chocolate bunnies and Easter eggs has returned to the Upper Columbia Valley this weekend.
A 24-year-old Haligonian has made the Columbia Valley home after completing a work experience as a housekeeper at Copper Point Resort.
A culturally significant area near Revelstoke became a shared mutual area of interest between the Splastin and Shuswap Indian Bands.
Tourism Radium will be considering the possibility of creating a full-time employment opportunity for an events co-ordinator
The Village of Radium Hot Springs has agreed to treat this summer as a trial period for staff to approve the use of sandwich boards