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Nee, former chair of the B.C. Press Council, was diagnosed with kidney failure two years ago.
Part-time valley resident W. Brett Wilson contends Canadian athletes' focus should be on the pursuit of excellence, not medal results
Word is on the street and the groundwork has begun for the Columbia Valley Food Corridor Association.
Liberal MLA candidate Doug Clovechok has a problem with NDP MLA Norm Macdonald's letter from last week
Rob Orchiston is a software programmer who lives in Invermere and stays on top of the latest trends in technology.
On Saturday, November 30th five local judokas travelled to Red Deer to compete in one of Alberta’s selection tournaments.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is inviting the public to gather a tree for Christmas.
A young local trio, Sheberdean, was selected as the winner of the second annual Steamboat Mountain Music Bursary.
In the wake of the super typhoon Haiyan, one Invermere nanny is aiming to help.
There is excitement building around the Invermere Public Library as the holiday season approaches.
The 2013 AGM of the Jumbo Creek Conservation Society will feature an exciting lecture by modern-day explorer and Paul Bauman
Here are letters that have been submitted into The Echo over the past week
Mayor Gerry Taft weighs in on an issue that will soon be decided by referendum
This is the second part of a two-part series that first ran on September 25th
This week's Tech Yourself column which was contributed by Rob Orchiston
On October 9th, buy The Valley Echo from a volunteer on the street
A past-patient at the Invermere Hospital expresses her gratitude towards the overwhelmingly kind staff
Macdonald said he will not be running for NDP leadership after Mr. Dix stepped down last week
Conrad Kain's 100-year-old feat was commemorated during a special camp held at Robson Pass
Oldtimer hockey players came to the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena on Saturday, August 31st