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In Fairmont Hot Springs, crews are responding to flooding after heavy rainfall and resulting debris blocked culverts.
Meet the new local. Not the new neighbour who just moved to town. This "local" applies to food and the definition has recently changed.
A look back through The Valley Echo's archives over the last 50 years.
The 2013 Gerick Sports Wasa Triathlon at Wasa Provincial Park on June 8th and 9th drew participants from across Western Canada.
A drinking water system in Canal Flats does not meet Interior Health's new health standards, but needs to by 2015
A look back through The Valley Echo over the last 50 years
Greg Van Tighem recently rode the entire length of Highway 93, from Wickenburg, Arizona to Jasper, B.C.
First Nations consultations taking time, Parks Canada employees' union is calling for reversal on decision
For many who live in the urban areas of our province, B.C.'s Drinking Water Week is just another proclaimed "week".
A look back at what happened in the valley this week over the past 50 years
To many, Norm Macdonald's re-election as the NDP MLA for Columbia River-Revelstoke comes as no surprise.
The farmer's market provides easy access to items not otherwise found in the valley, and it's a great gathering place for friends and family
Province must take different approach to reduce contamination: Ktunaxa Nation
Focus on infrastructure bodes well for Kootenay-Columbia riding: Wilks
EcoSociety is arguing that the creation of a municipality with no residents for the benefit of a private development is unconstitutional
The Starlight Challenge is in full swing for the month of February.
One of the world’s leading producers of wood products will be getting more involved in Canal Flats.
The first-ever auditor general for local government in BC hopes to visit the Columbia Valley within three years
The weather was fantastic for the Nipika/Toby Creek Nordic Loppet Weekend.
More funds will follow initial interim payment of $50,000 once estate is settled.