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The Village of Canal Flats becomes alive with art this week, as the second annual Headwaters Art Show returns to the community.
The Columbia Valley is set to receive some much-welcome exposure this December.
For Invermere residents Max Fanderl and Penny Powers, their relationship will play a key part when they take part in the Red Bull X-Alps.
If there were oddsmakers in the KIJHL, few, if any would have given the Columbia Valley Rockies much of a chance on November 18.
For most people, paying their monthly utility bills is second nature.
The Columbia Valley Community Foundation (CVCF) is poised to continue its work in the community for years to come.
The American election may be over, but for me, the fun of American politics never really ends.
If you listen carefully, you just might hear the sounds of sleigh bells and Christmas carols this November.
When one considers the best destinations in Canada, there are some names that readily come to mind. Halifax. Montreal. Toronto. Vancouver.
The Regional District of East Kootenay is making an effort to uniformly regulate campgrounds throughout the region.
Biologist Irene Teske explains methodology surrounding Invermere deer counts.
New business sees great potential in Columbia Valley.
Snap four-game losing skid with 5-3 win over Thunder Cats, but lose 5-2 the following night.
Students at J.A. Laird Elementary School in Invermere will have a unique opportunity beginning next September.
This month the Invermere Companion Animal Network (ICAN) is moving one step closer to finding a new home.
For World War II veteran Jim Ashworth, joining the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) in 1941 was an obvious choice.
Madison Roe, a Grade 3 student, recently decided to do something a bit different for her birthday party.
RCMP are currently investigating two young offenders who shot trick-or-treating teenagers with an airsoft gun on Halloween night.
With just over a month left before opening day at Panorama Mountain Village, Panorama staff have been hard at work over the off season.
Local RCMP detachment and DTSS on board with some awareness-raising initiatives.