Nicole Trigg

Editorial: When the auditor refuses to be audited

An ironic twist to an initiative that was intended to help local governments cut down on wasteful spending.

Editorial: Alarmist or alarmed? Protesting Bill C-51

reaction to the Conservative government’s proposed anti-terrorism law

Editorial: NDP may have a fighting chance

A new heavyweight has just stepped into the ring and former Cranbrook mayor Wayne Stetski is ready to fight.

Editorial: Jaw-dropping community success

It’s been just over two years since long-time Canal Flats resident left a huge amount of money to the Columbia Valley Community Foundation

Editorial: More needs to be done for local teens

teens in this region are using drugs and alcohol more than teens in other regions.

Editorial: Design and dollars look promising so far

The Columbia Valley’s multi-use centre is finally take shape.

Editorial: Wolves are paying for the Recovery Plan failure

The wolf kill is a last-ditch attempt of the government’s inability to properly manage its vested interests.

Editorial: Resurrecting the woolly mammoth

The frozen remains of the woolly mammoth discovered in Siberia in May 2013 may provide the platform for a never-before-done experiment

Editorial: Silence in the face of oppression is not the answer

The world watched the manhunt through Paris last week in horror, with terrorists killing 17 people in total

Editorial: Wining and dining is an easy victory

BC Liberal MLA Doug Clovechok and NDP MLA Norm Macdonald both share the opinion that changes to B.C.’s liquor laws are long overdue

Editorial: Hope for a new year of peace and reconciliation

The valley was a fairly quiet and uneventful place during the Christmas holiday week.

Editorial: Canadians’ political appetite could change in 2015

Kootenay-Columbia Member of Parliament has been doing a great job as a Conservative politician representing this remote, rural riding

Editorial: Relocation could take care of more deer for less

Communities eager to research and implement innovative and effective new solutions other than culling

“Substantially started” decision for Jumbo Glacier Resort delayed

The Environmental Assessment Office is looking into allegations that the ski resort's day lodge in located in a dangerous avalanche path.

Editorial: Mainroad just needs to weather the storm

B.C. Minister of Energy and Mines Minister Bill Bennett has publicly attacked Mainroad for its maintenance of East Kootenay roadways.

EDITORIAL: Damocracy appears to be guiding the Site C show

The Wild and Scenic Film Festival delivered a powerful punch on Saturday night at the Invermere Community Hall.

Editorial: ‘Tis the season to Shop Local

The Christmas season has officially begun in the valley.

Most valley voters vetoed the polling stations

voter turnout in Invermere and Canal Flats at 32 and 44 per cent

Huge support for literacy outreach

Black Press and CBAL raised funds and awareness about the importance of literacy with the 4th annual Reach-a-Reader campaign.

Thanking the Columbia Valley’s candidates

It’s been an interesting month leading up to the November 15th municipal election in the Columbia Valley.