Dan Walton

BC Assessment tests new tool in Radium

BC Assessment has surveyed Radium with a camera-mounted van.

American scholars use valley for case study

“This is a great example of collaboration,” said Al Neal, strategic planning leader for BC Ecosystem Restoration

Rocky Mountain Rally returns to the valley

The Rocky Mountain Rally will be returning again this year

Transient teacher reflects on long stay

Erika Schnider came for a year and stayed for life.

Invermere Fire doubles up on Jaws of Life

The Lake Windermere District Lions Club has beefed up the tool chest at the Invermere Fire Department.

Portion of Lake Enid restored by Wildsight

“Lake Enid is a really good educational tool in a lot of ways."

Wildsight and Pynelogs bring in fresh faces

The Columbia Valley will be graced with the presence of two young professionals this summer who came to Invermere for work that they love.

Ford succeeds Chevy at Invermere Public Works

The District of Invermere has recently replaced an aging member of its maintenance fleet.

Paraglider, infant rescued in two separate incidents

Two lives were saved in the valley last week after two separate rescue operations took place.

Valley’s Chamber trying to help address labour shortage

Local business owners were invited to a seminar to learn the value of the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) on Tuesday, May 27th.

Food-smart cyclists share insights with students

Seed by Seed food activists Mischa Hamara and Danielle Prapavessis made a stop at DTSS to spread their message

Heavy snowpack prompts regional warning

Over the course of the winter months, mountains throughout the Kootenays have accumulated 135 per cent of the normal snowpack

Valley’s landscapes captured by oil painting master

Valley-based oil painter Denise Lemaster brings new life to the Columbia Valley’s favourite landscapes

Heart of the Rockies introduces chip timing for 32nd edition

The long-standing Heart of the Rockies is back once again to test the mettle of valley triathletes

New look for classic peace proverb

Radium Hot Springs has upgraded the esthetics of its communal greeting, but the message is remaining the same

Environmental organizations given a big hand by Columbia Basin Trust

The Lake Windermere Ambassadors will be spending their cut of the money to increase public awareness of the Columbia Headwaters watershed

Halted foreign worker program disrupting local business

The food service sector has been suspended from using the TFW Program, and the local implications are causing headaches

Trail running series makes Invermere debut

Johnson Trail is an ideal location for a 5 Peaks venue

Free golf tour available for junior golfers

Green fees are on the house for junior golfers as the Columbia Valley Golf Trail is offering the Junior Golf Tour

Canal Flats Wilderness Club firing up new range

Members of the Canal Flats Wilderness Club are putting the finishing touches on a new range