Steve Jessel

New hunting regulations in effect

Hunters, backcountry users should be aware of provincial guidelines for local areas.

Ott pleads guilty to charges

Invermere resident was sentenced to 10 months in jail on September 24 in Golden Provincial Court.

Rockies shutout in losses

With less than a week to prepare for their first game, the Columbia Valley Rockies are off to slow start under new head coach Ross Bidinger.

Author visits Invermere

One of Canada's most quickly rising authors will visit Invermere in October.

Non-wildlife proof trash cans removed across district

Briefs from the District of Invermere council meeting on September 11.

Waterton casts doubt on hazing

A recent meeting may shed some light on how alternative deer management programs could work in Invermere in the future.

*UPDATED* Rockies head coach and GM resigns

There have been some big changes to the Columbia Valley Rockies just six games into the season.

COTR president to retire in 2013

The College of the Rockies is losing one of their most senior administrators.

Pub a ‘dream come true’

The Station Neighbourhood Pub returns under new management at the former Rae Rae's location next to Kinsmen Beach.

Rollercoaster week for Rockies

After a perfect start to their season, the Rockies appear to have lost a little bit of momentum.

Willhorse delivers original gritty sound

Band from Golden finishing up tour at Bud's before hitting the studio.

Editorial: Coaches corner

You might notice The Valley Echo is doing our best to support sports in our country.

Myriad of musical styles meets fire

For Mariah Mennie, becoming a musician wasn’t really always the plan.

*UPDATED* Car accident in Kootenay National Park claims life

The Columbia Valley had a number of auto accidents over the weekend with at least three separate incidents.

Columbia Basin Trust to take new appraoch

The Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) is introducing a new way to deliver funds within the Columbia Valley.

Remember When? (September 26)

A look back at what's happened in the Columbia Valley over the last 50 years.

Rockies fall in OT

The Columbia Valley Rockies lost a close game to the Kimberley Dynamiters in overtime on Tuesday, September 18.

Fairmont business owners focus on community

For John Cain, owning a business in the Columbia Valley is about more than just turning a profit.

Remember When? (September 19)

A look back at what's happened in the Columbia Valley over the last 50 years.

Lakeside Pub closing

On Saturday, September 22 the restaurant will open its doors likely for the last time.