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The Columbia Valley Rockies won 5-1 against the Golden Rockets at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena on Tuesday, February 3rd.
A fundraiser aiming to bring community and regional health to light has surpassed its $150,000 goal.
Hospice Society executive director Maria Kliavkoff presented information from the society’s 2015 year-end report
The District of Invermere (DOI) has issued a call for applicants who are interested in operating the Kinsmen Beach concession stand.
Columbia Valley RCMP Staff Sgt. Marko Shehovac provided the various municipal councils in the valley with his 2015 year-end report
The Fernie Ghostriders triumphed 3-1 against the Columbia Valley Rockies at the Fernie Memorial Arena on Friday, January 29th.
CBT will be offering $3 million in new funding annually for next three years — totalling $9 million
Criminal and Social Justice students at the College of the Rockies have the opportunity to transfer to the University of the Fraser Valley
The Kimberley Dynamiters won 4-2 against the Columbia Valley Rockies at the Kimberley Civic Centre on Friday, January 22nd.
The Lake Windermere Ambassadors will receive an annual grant of $10,000 from the Columbia Valley economic development service
The City of Cranbrook confirmed it conducted an urban deer management program in the form of a cull this winter.
increase from $3.6 million annually to more than $4.2 million means communities will be eligible to additional funding for grants
The Village of Radium Hot Springs reconsidered and then unanimously adopted Bylaw No. 416, 2015 at its most recent regular council meeting.
Keith Weber has put up a fight to hone his skills in the art of Brazilian jiu jitsu.
The opportunity to use crowdfunding to start up a new venture now exists in B.C.
With one second left on the clock, the Rockies scored a last minute goal to break a tie against the Ghostriders last weekend.
A secure future is on the horizon for two East Kootenay community ski hills for the next three decades.
To offset tuition costs during the winter semester, the College of the Rockies is offering completion awards to students
The Village of Radium Hot Springs has unanimously accepted the decision to renew a fire service agreement
There are some innovative ideas being pitched to reduce carbon emissions in East Kootenay municipalities this winter.