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Valley Holistics entrepreneurs Megan and Sarah Karchuk were denied a business licence to open up a medical marijuana dispensary
Virginia Bruce from Invermere is vibrant enough to be her own colour.
Shoes were the basis for the latest fundraiser undertaken by the Order of the Eastern Star.
The Village of Radium Hot Springs held a council meeting and discussed their role on the Columbia Valley Tourism Marketing Committee
The Green Party of Canada is looking to make new headway in this year’s federal election
pianists Brian Burn and Jamie Mahn take on the crowd at the Station Pub in Invermere this Thursday night.
veteran artist Elizabeth Segstro has allowed the natural surroundings to have a strong affect on her latest work.
Parks Canada has brought the Village of Radium Hot Springs up to speed on the management of fire and vegetation happening nearby
Wildsight boosts the curriculum of thousands of young students around the Columbia Basin with hands-on outdoor education.
Former Cranbrook mayor Wayne Stetski has been declared the local NDP candidate
Illegal dumping has become rampant in the valley — a habit that the local bylaw officer says is an annual result of warmer weather.
MLA and his Liberal rival are at odds again this week over the Trans-Canada Highway between Revelstoke and the Alberta border.
While the team itself didn’t advance into the post-season, many Columbia Valley Rockies players found success with other clubs.
Whether or not the collapsed tailings pond dam at Mount Polley has become a matter of debate here in the Columbia Valley
The federal Green and Conservative parties have nominated their candidates to represent the the riding of Kootenay-Columbia
The Rockies demonstrated their ability to overcome one of the league's strongest teams last weekend
The adventure-filled relationship of Bernard and Victoria Gordon from Invermere hasn’t eased
Herding sheep and policing priorities were among the topics of discussion at the regular Radium council meeting on Wednesday, January 28th.
Columbia Valley Rockies Pond Hockey Tournament on Lake Windermere was selected as the perfect backdrop for an upcoming promotion.
Geoscientists from Calgary were in for a surprise when they took a closer look at plate tectonics beneath the East Kootenay.