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The art of the goldsmith is one that takes patience and attention to detail.
The District of Invermere is looking at a number of options for improving or closing the Invermere transfer station.
For watercolour artist and painting teacher Carol Gordon of Invermere, the end result isn't always the most important thing.
The five workers at the Invermere Public Library have officially joined the Canadian Union of Public Employees.
B.C. college workers launched three days of job action last week, beginning on November 29.
In case you missed it last year, Global Animal Lovers (GALs) are bringing back their Photos with Santa event.
Kicking Horse Coffee, one of the most recognizable companies in the Columbia Valley has teamed up with a major investor.
The District of Invermere (DOI)’s water system has been leaking for what could possibly be decades.
A pair of musical enigmas will travel to Invermere to perform at Bud's Bar and Lounge on December 12.
The CP Holiday Train will once again be making an East Kootenay stop this holiday season.
It was another up-and-down weekend for the Columbia Valley Rockies.
The Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) is making $150,000 available for projects that benefit basin youth this winter.
For Invermere skier Martin Grasic, the mental side of skiing is what separates good from the truly great.
Mayor and two councillors want to work towards most positive outcome for the entire region.
The Columbia Valley Recreation Advisory Council took another incremental step towards a cohesive plan for backcountry use on November 5.
Invermere will once again play host to a world-class DJ next month.
The Columbia Valley Rockies faced some high-powered competition this weekend.
The holidays wouldn't be complete without the Invermere Christmas Craft Sale.
The holidays are almost upon us and Copper Point Golf Club will once again be doing its part to make sure everyone has a Christmas dinner.
Summer may be over, but there is still plenty to do at the Pynelogs Arts and Culture Centre this upcoming winter.