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Distraught male causes highway closure

Kimberley RCMP responded to a report of a distraught man

Promises made, promises kept: investing in people

B.C. is one of only a few governments in Canada to balance its books this year.

ALR rules relaxed to tempt farmers to branch out

Breweries, distilleries and meaderies will be allowed to open up on farmland in the Agricultural Land Reserve.

15,000 waterbirds counted in first Wetlands survey

Nearly 40 volunteers set out to count and identify birds, along the Columbia Wetlands, from Canal Flats to Donald.

A what-to-do guide for kids in the valley

Making the most of your family time in the valley.

Letters: Harper is humiliating

Senate has passed Harper’s Secret Police Bill, C-51.

Letters: Mussels pose a major threat to B.C.

mminent threat that zebra and quagga mussels pose to our province

Invermere hosts Latin band Locarno

Juno-award winning musician Tom Landa is bringing his band Locarno to Invermere.

Fire ban partially rescinded in Southeast Fire Centre

Open fires are once again permitted due to decreased risk of wildfires

Kimberley couple wins lottery

A small wedding gift turns into an 'Extra'-ordinary one for Dana and Rhonda Haggar

Letter: Fraser Institute’s agenda not to be trusted

School administrators should give little credibility to the Fraser Institute's findings

Seeking bat reports

The Kootenay Community Bat Project (KCBP) is seeking information about bats in buildings in the Columbia Valley.

GROCERY GAL

Connie Welch retires from AG Valley Foods after 25 years.

Regional News: East Kootenay Highway maintenance petition presented in Victoria

Columbia River Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald presented a petition of nearly 1,000 signatures to the Legislature on Monday, May 4th.

Letters: Why every vote counts!

need to know how important it is to get out and vote in the upcoming October 19th, 2015 Federal Election

Letters: Don’t trust Interior Health

RE:Invermere Council Wary of Interior Health’s Request for Partnership.

First Nations request seat at RDEK table

Can representatives from First Nations have a seat at the regional district board table?

Letter: Sold to the highest bidder

regarding Norm Macdonald’s report to his constituents and columnist Tom Fletcher’s article that appeared in your April 22nd edition.

Letters: Messages for Conservatives — go Green



People think that the Greens are a left wing party but this is a mistake.

Letters: Harper the Tyrant

The dictionary defines a tyrant as either:

a) a cruel and oppressive ruler;