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The Columbia Valley Rockies are finally finding their stride, splitting last weekend's games against Fernie and Kimberley.
If people want to refer to their pets as their children, go right ahead. Who's it harming anyways?
Briefs from the recent Radium Hot Springs council meeting held on October 26th.
The Columbia Valley Rockies dropped both of their games last weekend against Fernie and Creston.
After months of consultation, the Family Dynamix Association is moving forward with plans for more affordable housing in the Valley.
The Cleveland Indians represent just one of many sports teams with offensive names. It's 2016 though; it's time for change.
A recent study out of the University of Alberta showed that grizzly bear deaths caused by human activity are on the rise in Elk Valley.
The AL East Wild Card game was a thing of beauty. But is it too much to hang on every occurrence of a sports game?
As of October 7th, category 3 open fires are once again be permitted in the Southeast Fire Centre, due to a decreased risk of wildfires.
The EKISC recently held a number of open houses in the Columbia Valley to highlight the concern around invasive species.
The Columbia Valley Rockies lost two games last weekend on their first road trip of the season.
Local resort communities will see more funding in the future thanks to the continued Resort Municipality Initiative.
Changes and updates are coming soon to the numerous Stop of Interest signs in the Columbia Valley
The political system in North America is broken. Can democracy ever be saved?
In this year's Columbia Valley Rockies Classic Car Raffle, Tony Giasson walked home with a 1970 Jeep of his own.
COSEWIC is asking anyone who has seen a Giant Lacewing to take pictures and submit them to complete their study on the dying species.
21-year-old Doan Smith is making his way back to Sweden for his second season in the Swedish Hockey League.
While the World Cup may be remarkable now, just know that it could come at a steep Olympic-sized cost in the future.
Despite outplaying the visiting Spokane Braves, the Rockies recorded their fourth loss of the season 6-5 last Saturday night.
It's a great feeling being back on the ice in a Canadian hockey rink. I'm happy to say this one is in the Invermere Hockey League.