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Sgt. Bob Vatamaniuck committed to increasing the visibility of the police force within the Village of Radium Hot Springs.
With the playoffs already assured, the Rockies have promoted several players from the local midget team to help close out the season.
It's a bittersweet moment as I say goodbye to the Columbia Valley for my move across the country to Saint John.
Columbia Valley Rural Fire and Rescue Service was called to a home in Windermere last Wednesday to respond to a house fire.
The Akisqnuk have named Heather Rennebohm as the new economic development officer for the band.
Kootenay Columbia MP Wayne Stetski recently returned to Canada with a new perspective on politics from a foreign diplomacy trip.
The Columbia Valley Rockies split their weekend games against the Spokane Braves and Grand Forks Border Bruins.
Local MP Wayne Stetski said he felt betrayed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's decision to go back on his promise for electoral reform.
Despite the ludicrous nature of Donald Trump's first days as a president, he's essentially doing what he said he would.
Area F Director Wendy Booth is in the driver's seat to become the next president of the UBCM this fall.
The Lake Windermere Ambassadors recently released their study for 2016 on the health of Lake Windermere with all signs leading up.
Sgt. Bob Vatamaniuck recently reported to the District of Invermere providing them details on the region's most pressing issues.
Bell Let's Talk was held last week for the seventh year in a row but like years before that, it stopped there.
A recent study from TD Canada Trust revealed that millenials are putting pressure on boomers' pocket books ahead of retirement.
The Columbia Valley Rockies clinched a spot in this year's playoffs with a tie against Kimberley and victory over Golden.
Just over a year into his term as Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau is demonstrating that he's just another politician.
The RDEK determined during that their last board meeting that they will be once again supporting the WildSafeBC program.
After extensive reviews and open houses, Area G will be finally moving forward on its bylaw to allow backyard agriculture.
It may have taken 37 games to do it, but the Columbia Valley Rockies finally started a winning streak.
The Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce held their seventh annual local government meeting, discussing future issues within the region.