Eric Elliott

Rockies looking to rebound after two consecutive losses

After splitting the opening weekend of their season, the Rockies suffered a set back dropping both games on the weekend and fell to 1-3.

From being cut to Sweden: Ryan Lawson’s story

Former Rockies player Ryan Lawson will be continuing his hockey career in the Swedish Hockey League this season.

Radium resident requests noise bylaw change

A Radium resident requested a noise bylaw change at the most recent town council meeting after several cases she says cost her business.

Rockies split home-opening weekend

The Columbia Valley Rockies started the season by splitting their home-opening series with a loss to Creston and win over Fernie.

Taking the next step for mental health

Mental health is an issue that affects everyone in this country. It's time we thought of it that way.

Saganash visits Kootenays pushing change in Aboriginal Relations

The Ktunaxa Nation welcomed Quebec MP Romeo Saganash to talk about the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act.

Former Rockies player Raven heading to Europe

21-year-old Damon Raven and former Rockies forward is making his way to Europe to continue his hockey career.

Canal Flats looking to better promote their village

The Village of Canal Flats discussed the possibility of improving their tourism services at the most recent town council meeting.

Crocodiles and Ice book set for release

Crocodiles and Ice book about the explorations of Jon Turk is set to release on September 15th in Fernie.

Off the Record: All aboard the Blue Jays bandwagon

The Toronto Blue Jays are having another successful season as Canada's only MLB team. Join in on the excitement.

Rockies selecting their way to a final roster

The Columbia Valley Rockies of the KIJHL are making their final cuts ahead of the season opener Friday night versus Creston.

School Enhancement Program presents opportunity for local school district

The BC Government's School Enhancement Program presents the opportunity for upgrades within the Rocky Mountain School District.

Off the Record: Americans reveal the bipolarity of the Olympics

In an otherwise great Olympics, a few American athletes tarnished the legacy of the overall American success.

From classrooms to hockey rinks: the journey of an academic athlete

From Invermere to Guelph Ontario, Tryg Strand has big dreams both on the ice and in the classroom.

Insurance premiums increasing province-wide

The ICBC is filing for approval of a 4.9 per cent increase on basic insurance premiums for the upcoming year.

Province gives green light to modified golf carts

The BC government is kick-starting a pilot program to allow modified golf carts on municipal roads in two small communities.

Canal Flats bike park nears completion

After two years of planning, the Canal Flats bike park nears completion with just the final touches waiting to be added.

Off the Record: Rio, maybe it wasn’t all that bad

The Olympics were a mix of amazing moments and spectacular failures. But maybe it wasn't all that bad.

Off the Record: Olympics can be the time for the women’s spotlight

With much of the sports world dominated by men, the Olympics represent a time to honour the accomplishments of women.

New study shows flossing may not be all it’s cracked up to be

For decades dentists have been telling patients to floss but what does the evidence say?