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Donald Trump is days away from becoming the official President of the United States and can't save the world from himself.
Despite a rocky start to the 2017 year, the Columbia Valley Rockies rebounded with consecutive victories over Creston and Golden.
The RDEK recently announced $87,600 in funding for eight programs in this year's Local Conservation Fund Program.
Despite turning over the calendar into a new year, the Columbia Valley Rockies continue to struggle with consecutive losses last week.
The Canadian World Junior Hockey team and the hockey community at large was robbed when the Gold Medal game went to a shootout.
Columbia Basin communities, including Edgewater, Golden, Radium and Invermere, help push Water Smart program to success
Government seek Canadian view on how Parks Canada should work to protect and present national parks
Columbia Valley finally gains some purchase with victory over bottom dwelling Rockets
A look back at a first year reporting in the Columbia Valley
More than half way through the season, the Rockies have named their captain, selecting defenceman Peter Matthews.
The Columbia Valley Rockies losing streak extended to nine games after a devastating loss to Creston, 9-2.
A new report suggests that Canadians need to be doing a better job at securing their new electronics during the holidays.
The World Juniors are about to start up and while they're an exciting time of year for hockey, they're not everything.
Village council for Radium Hot Springs decided to keep the status quo for the noise bylaw after much deliberation.
The BC Coroners Service recently released a report on domestic violence incidents with the hopes of increasing awareness.
New Year's is the perfect time to start fresh. But why wait until then?
The Annual East Kootenay Senior's Open will be making its return to Fairmont Hot Springs resort from June 11-12 next summer.
The East Kootenay Regional Hospital is making improvments to its pediatric unit in hopes of making it more user friendly.
The Rockies extended their losing streak to six games with two losses last weekend but also lost goaltender Connor McKay.
Nominations are now open for the BC Medal of Good Citizenship, awarding everyday British Columbians for their generosity.