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Shiny Fuzzy Muddy showcases local glass art studio that's aiming to grow.
A look back through The Valley Echo's archives over the
last 50 years.
Norm Macdonald says the challenge facing the NDP is to communicate its principles in a clear, concise manner to the public.
A new Christmas music CD will be taking the Columbia Valley by storm this holiday season.
When hell freezes over… when pigs have wings… when peeled apples stop browning...
A fantastic local shopping opportunity awaits one lucky individual this holiday season in the Columbia Valley
Wilmer and Dry Gulch will no longer be the only two communities in the Upper Columbia Valley that aren't part of an official community plan
The majority of Invermere residents seem to believe that there is a deer overpopulation within district boundaries
A look at the most exciting things to happen in the valley this week over the past 50 years
The Kootenay Rockies' tourism industry could face labour shortages as early as 2014
RDEK directors for the Columbia Valley are working to improve public transit
Another Urban British Columbia Municipalities convention has come and gone
Most household plastic packaging can be easily recycled
It's no surprise that the Invermere Community Hall is on its last legs, so why not swap those legs for some fins?
Former Echo reporter Steve Jessel was the recipient of the Environmental Initiative Award at the Ma Murray Community Newspaper Awards
It's hard to believe we're already mid-way through August, with the Labour Day weekend just around the corner
Columbia Valley readers — residents and visitors alike — are about to be energized by the newest publication to emerge
Almost 1,000 signatures protest removal of dialysis unit from Invermere
MP David Wilks announces $33,000 in funds for safer runway reporting system
Taking a look back at the valley's greatest hits over the past 50 years