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Kat Hartwig visits Ottawa for official release of the Canadian Fresh Water Health Assessment
Throne speech reaction
Decision made after two signs approved in town
Political scientist looks at possibilities in political play
Doug Clovechok learns about the role as he takes on MLA duties
Doug Clovechok, Gerry Taft and Samson Boyer weigh in on the provincial politics play
Council approves zoning ammendment for 14-unit development
Stetski wants bill changed that forces some victims of domestic abuse to get signature of abuser
Nonprofit group already ordered sign; Council debates whether it should be there at all
Invermere’s fleet to gain two new vehicles
Black Press media rider Arnold Lim, tests his hill biking four years after his last foray with the Cops for Cancer, Tour de Rock.
Last week’s election painted Columbia River-Revelstoke a different colour, changing shade to Liberal red from NDP orange
Rotary Club wants to put up digital sign in downtown Invermere
Invermere residents got a chance to hear and see Columbia River-Revelstoke candidates up close and personal during the All Candidates Forum
Candidate respond to range of questions at David Thompson Secondary School event
Two-tier hydro pricing system explained by Minister of Energy and Mines Bill Bennett
The Columbia Basin Trust is giving another big funding boost to the non-profit Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy (CBAL).
The Valley Echo is revving up its digital presence. Black Press recently removed the paywall from the paper’s website.
“We feel it is important in terms of allowing questions to be asked about the agenda coming up,” Chris Prosser.
Several individuals in the Columbia Valley are making efforts toward establishing a local youth network here