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Alcohol and marijuana (or cannabis) are the substances most used by B.C. teenagers, writes Dr. David Smith.
Dr. David Smith looks at the effects and symptoms of deadly illnesses like bulimia and anorexia nervosa.
The Valley Echo asked readers to send in their photos of the first big snowstorm of 2015.
Two members of Interior Health’s Board of Directors,Director David Goldsmith and Chair Norman Embree complete their tenures.
The new Village council met in December and determined committees and roles for the coming term
Columbia Valley resident David Goldsmith has completed his tenure as a director on the Interior Health board.
This historical essay is an excerpt from a larger project that author Ben Bradley is working on about the David Thompson Memorial Fort.
There's still time to share your ideas with Columbia Basin Trust before the first phase of Our Trust,Our Future wraps up.
Electoral Area C Director Rob Gay will continue on as Chair of the Regional District of East Kootenay for 2015.
how we should view putting any restrictions on the amount of greenhouse gases emitted by the fossil fuel industry
Everyone has times of feeling anxious, scared or fearful. Without it, we would never have survived as humans, writes Dr. David Smith.
The judoka will become both, able and motivated, to contribute to their community.
Dr. David Smith says 13 per cent of B.C. youth experience a mental health issue every year – 83,700 children under age 19.
The Rotary Club of Invermere is starting a series of stories about your local Rotary Club.
this year Lake Windermere has gained international recognition as the host of the world’s longest skating trail!
raise awareness of this naturally occurring, colourless, odourless cancer-causing gas.
The name of the tour is “Silence is a Song I Know All the Words to”.
Jumbo Creek Conservation Society’s AGMh at the David Thompson Secondary School theatre is bound to be an eye-opening evening.
The first week of November was B.C.’s Fall Prevention Awareness Week.
The Parkinson Society of British Columbia held its 4th annual SuperWalk.