Breanne Massey

Province assists low income families

government of B.C. is working toward providing funding to low-income families for everything from school supplies to food programs.

CIBC celebrates centennial milestone

CIBC celebrated a centennial of conducting business in the Columbia Valley by paying it forward to the community.

Rockies wrap up weekend with a win

The second win of the season ignited smiles for many fans of the Rockies last weekend.

Students selected for Vancouver workshop with BC Lions

Two students with Aboriginal ancestry have been selected by staff at JA Laird Elementary School for an experience that will last a lifetime.

Conklin resigns but offers support for future

Radium’s Ambassador has waved goodbye to the folks at Tourism Radium.

Canfor taps into Radium water quality concerns

Village of Radium Hot Springs does not believe that Canfor’s plans to work in the Forster Creek area will impact the water quality

Valley schools promote early development

Pre-schoolers have an opportunity to grow linguistically, emotionally and socially to help get prepared for school.

Using multiple mediums to convey meaning

Carol Gordon has been inspired to use her life experiences as the foundation for a journey into creative arts.

Grizzlies beat Rockies

The Columbia Valley Rockies’ quest for success came to an abrupt end last weekend.

Rockies edge out Rebels

The Rockies and their supporters breathed a sigh of relief as the Junior B team snagged their first win of the season late last week.

Invasive fish could put other species at risk

The initiative to keep regional waters safe from a predator could help save the lives of many local sport fish.

School district starting to explore new curriculum

A new education guide has been printed and the B.C. government expects to see it in classrooms very soon.

Gagatek gets crackin’ with new kitchen device

Norm Gagatek is eager to get crackin’ eggs in the kitchen for breakfast with his family.

KIJHL: Storm stops the Rockies

The Rockies’ attempt to make a comeback from their season opener fell short against the Kamloops Storm

KIJHL: Season opener disappoints Rockies fans

Rockies suffered a disappointing 6-0 loss against the Kimberley Dyanmiters at the season opener

Choreographer films students in valley

Dance choreographer Lenny Len offered tips and tricks about hip hop dance to students in the Columbia Valley.

Ktunaxa include health care services for Metis community

Metis and First Nations people living in the Ktunaxa territory may be gaining access to health care services.

Police caution school safety for drivers

Police are urging drivers from the community to practice the rules of the road with caution this fall.

Valley supports Disability Employment Month

The screening process for being hired as an employee with a disability can be challenging for some.

Penalties cost Rockies home exhibition game

After the Columbia Valley Rockies Junior B team suffered a 5-4 loss during the final home exhibition game for the Rockies late last week.