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The Village of Radium Hot Springs hope to discuss their water treatment success with other municipalities.
Columbia Valley local Tyler Powell competes at BC Summer Games in golf.
Fairmont Community Association to provide safer pathways through the community.
Education Minister Mike Bernier announces Student Transportation Fund.
Kootenay River Runners celebrates 40 years of rafting
Despite a wet start to the summer season, wildfires continue to be a concern for the Columbia Valley.
As the summer slowly fades into the school year, the EK Employment Centre in Invermere proves to be increasingly important.
Invermere represented at BC Summer Games by four young athletes.
The province of British Columbia announces new hunting regulation regarding the use of drones.
Royal B.C. Museum Species at Risk travelling exhibition stops in the Columbia Valley.
Radium Hot Springs council discussed development opportunities, parking regulations, and hear citizen concerns.
Residents and businesses will see more construction to Fairmont Creek come early 2017.
Animal-vehicle collisions occur frequently in the province but thanks to a new app those collisions may be avoided.
The Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network received a $4,000 grant for the Wild Voices Kids program.
A new fiction book series, written by author George Mercer, to be released is going to feature Canadian National Parks
Rudy the Clown has made her way to the Upper Columbia Valley and has big plans for her future.
Bike to Work, a healthy alternative to the automotive commute has become a recent success in the Kootenay region.
Village of Radium awaits approval from ministry for sanctioned bike trails.
The Village of Radium receives land donation by Horsetheif Service Road.
Radium Council discussed the lack of available garbages in the westside of the village.