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Whether or not a guilty verdict is handed down in late April is beside the point.
If the mountains are bringing peace to the people, the people must be taking that goodwill and paying it forward.
If I could remember the faces of the personnel who attended to me within minutes, I would know exactly who to thank.
Rationality has taken a back seat to banana republic tactics.
Invermere residents Devin Kazakoff, 30, and Lucky Gene Sikora, 28, face charges
Despite putting up a spirited fight, Rockies couldn’t find a way to declaw Thunder Cats
Decision on stay came after nine affidavits contributed by superintendents of B.C. school districts
Provincially-owned clover traps damaged, two arrested early Thursday morning
What can be done to prevent tragedy? Random misfortune is something we can never eliminate.
Calgary’s Jan Hudec won bronze in the super-G event at the Winter Olympics on February 16th in Sochi, Russia.
Highway 93 through Kootenay National Park was closed for more than 12 hours on Saturday, February 15th after a fatal accident occurred.
Invermere's Ben Thomsen and Manny Osborne-Paradis finish 19th, 25th in Sochi downhill race
The trouble with normal, as Bruce Cockburn once said, is that it always gets worse.
There's something lucky about this lake and the valley it sits in.
When it comes to arming ourselves with scientific facts, it pays to be diligent.
Carrying out a successful deer cull seems about as likely as the Calgary Flames winning a Stanley Cup these days.
Ask someone how cold it was on a certain day, and you're likely to get the broadest range of answers possible.
We hope Santa still finds room in our stockings for a pound or two of coffee.
The Whiteway is a fantastic asset to the Columbia Valley, and a ticket to international recognition for Invermere.
'In praise of cold' - Weekly editorial penned by editor Greg Amos