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"Is there any way to put in a no-wake zone to ensure boats aren’t going too fast?" Sean Ridsdale
Representatives from the CastleRock Community Association and its FireSmart Committee approached Invermere council
A private composting facility to be built near Mayook, east of Cranbrook. Proponent Earthrite Industries Ltd. will not proceed.
Regional directors adopt 2017 to 2021 financial plan at most recent meeting
The fund received one the 2017 peer-nominated Species and Ecosystems at Risk (SEAR) Local Government Working Group awards
A long-running BC Hydro program has finally come to an end, leaving those who used it unhappy
&W’s new flashing digital sign in Athalmer continues to be a topic of disagreement at Invermere council,
The lack of cell phone coverage through Kootenay National Park came up for discussion at the most recent Invermere council meeting.
Renowned British ski jumper Eddie the Eagle soared back to Western Canada last week,
RDEK gives up to $100,000 to the Columbia Valley Economic Development Service, to help fund valley visitor services for 2017
he provincial government released its annual budget earlier last week, attracting all manner of commentary and analysis
A proposed new composting facility will come up for discussion among the RDEK board of directors for a second time at their next meeting
Council allows flashing digital sign and CastleRock zoning change in divided votes
Village looks at new fire hall roof and buys new public works truck
Cougar incidents rising in other parts of the Kootenay region, not in the valley
The Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) has released a new water monitoring report that examines the status the Basin’s water resources
Wildlife groups and political candidate will present their views on wildlife management in Cranbrook
After years or stagnation, the number in Invermere leapted 15 per cent in the 2016 census
The technology industry is on ramping up, and the valley could be an attractive location for "digital nomads".
Visitor numbers remain on par with previous year despite hurting Alberta economy