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Editorial: Off the rails and on the message track
In the wake of Quebec's deadly Lac Megantic train derailment, one would think rail companies across Canada would be a little more sensitive.
Off the Record: Profits of puck possession
While skating on the frozen surface of Lake Windermere last weekend...
Remember When? (November 27th, 2013)
A look back through The Valley Echo's archives over the
last 50 years.
Editorial: Vibrant valley vibes
Last Thursday afternoon, I presented to my co-workers a three-centimetre thick chunk of ice.
Editorial: Don’t sell the farm
The provincial government is cash-strapped. But rather than increasing taxation or finding new sources of revenue...
A village remembers
Embossed on a plaque at the Canal Flats cenotaph is the following phrase: "And at the going down of the sun, we shall remember them.”
A shared disaster
Natural disasters? Aside from the odd forest fire, those don't affect the Columbia Valley.
Remember When? (Week of October 30th)
A look back at the most exciting happening this week in the valley over the past 50 years
B.C. Supreme Court dismisses deer cull case
the final word on deer management in the district will likely be left up to local citizens
Closure of Cariboo mill underscores valley’s resilience
The Echo's weekly editorial, penned by editor Greg Amos
Young grizzly struck and killed near Invermere
An orphaned grizzly that had been given a new lease on life in July was struck and killed by a vehicle
Cutting through the bull****
“A man may drink because he considers himself to be a failure, then fail all the more because he drinks”
- George Orwell.
Old Radium Hot Springs Lodge damaged in blaze
Weeks before it's slated for demolition, historic lodge is damaged by a suspicious fire
Real estate rebounding
Recent housing numbers show a definitive narrowing of the gap between supply and demand.
Message sent at municipal conference
Invermere makes progress on urban deer and community forest at UBCM
Dialysis unit fight not over yet: MLA
Columbia River - Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald is still fighting for its return to the upper Columbia Valley
Improvement needed in forest management, says MLA
Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald is focusing on how government can do a better job ensuring B.C. forests experience more summers like this one
Celebrating a growing community
This coming Saturday marks the final farmers' market of the season
Hitting the greens for local youth centre
Valley golfers will have a chance to drive, chip and putt for a good cause on Sunday, September 22nd
Columbia Valley Rockies enter exhibition schedule
The Columbia Valley Rockies are shaping up to be a tough team for the 2013-2014 season.