- Submit News Tip
- Coronavirus News
- Trending Now
- Good News
- Photo Galleries
- Contact Us
B.C. won't back down in dispute with U.S. over newly imposed softwood lumber tarrifs
The BCSTA issued an open letter urging the provincial government and the BCTF to look beyond the numbers in the ongoing education dispute
Several key items were listed during the recent village of Canal Flats council meeting
Invermere's A&W restaurant and the Lake Windermere District Lions Club are helping with relief efforts for typhoon Haiyan
Editor Nicole Trigg assesses recent efforts of backcountry user to work together
The Valley Echo walked away with three awards at the 2013 B.C. and Yukon Community Newspaper Awards
B.C.'s new Auditor General for Local Government is, simply put, a waste of money.
It's only a matter of time before our right to vote in the province of British Columbia gets digitized along with everything else.
There have been so many fantastic stories coming from our young stars of snow and ice that can't be missed.
With the Invermere deer cull at least delayed, it's time to ask another question: Where's the province in all this?
Incumbent mayor Gerry Taft beat challenger Al Miller, a first-term district councillor, by a margin on 717-389.
Bikers and bike enthusiasts watched the series final of the Canada Cup Downhill Mountain Bike Race on July 31 at Panorama Mountain Village.
Glass artist Heather Cuell sits with some of her kiln-fired glass pieces at effusion Art Gallery.
Soccer stars of tomorrow run a drill during last week's Soccer Quest/Vancouver Whitecaps camp at the Mount Nelson Athletic Park.
Players take full advantage of the entire arena during the Columbia Valley Rockies rookie camp, held over the weekend at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena.
Andrea Klassen's editorial for the week of July 6.