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Al Lynch from Invermere was part the first battalion of Canadians to stop the North Korean advance
The WLLC has applied to a third government body in hopes of rezoning their parcel at Whitetail Lake.
Safe roads and Catamount Glacier were among the items discussed at the council meeting in the Village of Radium Hot Springs.
The Rockies were on their first roll of the season last week
Double losses over the weekend pushed the Rockies six-games deep into their losing slump, but a visit from Creston ended that
Trudeau’s legendary name is a big threat to the Harper Government. Tories are trying to dilute the competition
MP David Wilks has been acclaimed as the Conservative nominee for the federal riding of Kootenay-Columbia
Raises for councillors and Bighorn Meadows were discussed at the Village of Radium Hot Springs’ regular council meeting.
The Columbia Valley Rockies picked up one point after a home-and-home against the Rockets
The Invermere Fire Department is holding its largest fundraiser of the year.
hose thinking about a run for mayor or council have only until this Friday, October 10th to file for candidacy
Chairman Jim Jenkinson will not be seeking re-election
Jake Wilcox is now riding his bike and able to play non-contact sports after his August 2013 dirt biking accident
Campfire lovers looking for a little outdoor warmth or those wishing to do small scale controlled burns can bring on the heat again
The Radium Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Radium are now one
The Columbia Valley Rockies are now the only winless team in the KIJHL
Highlights from the latest Radium council meeting on Wednesday, September 24th
Creston Valley took the Eddie Mountain Division by storm last year.
The disruption of the regular school year left some families looking at alternative methods of education.
The Rockies remain pointless in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL).