Dan Walton

Court battle over Sunchaser Vacation Villas heats up

Nearly 1,000 owners at Sunchaser Villas have entered into a class-action lawsuit against Northmont

Car accident claims life

A man passed away and two were taken to the hospital after a serious automobile collision near Fairmont

KIJHL: Ghostriders stop Rockies short of comeback

The Rockies nearly came back to force their season-opening game into overtime

Public hearing set for local marijuana production

Changes to federal regulations have opened the doors to commercial medical marijuana production

Columbia Valley police preserve peaceful gang-free period

Gang presence has waned in the Columbia Valley after a period of relative unrest between 2010 and 2012

Timeshare owners sued by management company

Northmont is suing owners of Sunchaser that hold outstanding accounts, though the legitimacy of the charges are being disputed

Multi-use centre committee keeps moving forward

The new community hall coming to Invermere saw more of its logistics hammered out

Power project revenues drive increase in CBT donations

The Columbia Basin Trust is a gift that keeps on giving

RDEK spreads the wealth

The Regional District of East Kootenays board of directors held their monthly meeting in Cranbrook on Friday, August 1st

First Nations open books

The First Nations Financial Transparency Act was enacted earlier this year

Summit swaps youth with Quebec counterparts

The Summit Youth Centre recently organized an exchange between 13 local youth with their counterparts from Granby, Quebec

Complaints collect as cows clutter Westside Road

Local travellers are familiar with finding cattle grazing along Westside Rd, but the livestock still cause culture shock for many

NHL player involved in Windermere cyclist crash

NHL defenceman Cory Sarich was seriously injured after being struck by a vehicle in Windermere

Garbage collection and signage developments dominate Village of Radium council

Radium council flirted with the idea of arranging a weekly garbage bin service

Court appeal doesn’t deter Sunchaser property owners

The property managers at Sunchaser Villas are still expecting their renovation fees.

Series of upgrades emerging in Edgewater

Edgewater’s community infrastructure is on the road to improvement.

Off the Record: Mountainous mistake

If this guy had his rankings stripped from him by France, I think Canada can strip his name from a mountain.

Matt ready to swallow BC Games whole

David Thompson Secondary School student Matt Swallow will be competing in three separate events.

Wilks announces recreation trail funding

The federal government will be giving away $10 million to Canadian trailblazers over the next two years

Badgers’ founder bids school farewell

The pioneer of the Little Badger Early Learning Program in Windermere will no longer be leading the learning.