Breanne Massey

Rockies win two for two

The Columbia Valley Rockies won 8-5 against the Golden Rockets in the Golden Arena on Friday, December 18th.

Historical reads on wheels

David Ellis opened up a new chapter of his life when he began travelling with First Nations historical books and documents to sell.

Invermere residents are helping change lives

The holidays aren’t necessarily the happiest time of year for people around the globe.

Radium parking bylaw approved

The Village of Radium Hot Springs unanimously approved Bylaw No. 416

New regulations helps B.C. residents get debt-free

A strong desire to bolster the balance sheets has encouraged the Government of B.C. to regulate the debt settlement industry

Shining a light on electrical safety

The ability to make holiday decorations safe has become a hot topic for some this winter.

Columbia Valley food bank use on the rise

A recent surge in the cost of food has pushed a number of families further into poverty with Columbia Valley residents struggling

Rockies win 1, lose 1 over weekend

The Kimberley Dynamiters edged out the Columbia Valley Rockies 5-1 at the Kimberley Civic Centre on Friday, December 11th.

Former valley figure skater wins Western Canadians

A former Columbia Valley teen, who now lives in Calgary, is carving out a name for himself in the figure skating world.

Ghostriders squeeze out Rockies

The Fernie Ghostriders won 1-0 against the Columbia Valley Junior B team at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena in Invermere

Rockies defeat Leafs in Nelson

After a disappointing loss to Fernie the night before, the Columbia Valley Rockies went on to win 5-2 against the Nelson Leafs

Province promises more child care

Parents may be relieved to learn that new child care spaces could soon be available in the Columbia Valley.

Group encourages Kootenay cannabis industry

An organization promoting the cannabis industry is expanding to the Kootenay region.

Dynamiters edge out Rockies

The Rockies held the Dynamiters to a stalemate until Columbia Valley slowed halfway through the game.

Child poverty rate in East Kootenay lowest in B.C.

But at 20.4 per cent (just over one in five children), the child poverty rate in B.C. is higher than the Canadian average of 19 per cent.

Outfitter carrying on the tradition

Outdoor enthusiasts in the Columbia Valley are encouraged to book early for customized trips through the backcountry next summer.

Local beer gets a boost

The growing popularity of craft beer products have prompted BC Liquor Stores to expand local offerings on their shelves.

Rockies defeat Leafs, raise funds for Hann family

It was a night of two triumphs for the Rockies last Saturday.

Summit Youth Centre expanding services

The Summit Youth Centre’s annual general meeting revealed a strong desire to expand programs and services

Invermere Health Care Auxiliary recognized for helping campaign reach $1 million goal

The spirit of giving in the East Kootenay has become the driving force in accessing health care.