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Taranjit Bhabra wanted to upgrade her education. A decade ago she left India for Nelson, her husband’s hometown. She worked as an esthetician, but hoped to broaden her career options, and perhaps become a nurse.
It doesn’t matter if it’s a campfire or the Las Vegas strip: Humans love light at night. And at night it’s only natural to flick on the outside lights to make yourself feel secure.
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It was August 12, 1979, when diamond-driller Rejeen Falardeau, of Sudbury, Ontario, witnessed the event of a lifetime while working on the west side of the Purcell mountains.
Things are much different for the hard-working Vanessa Soles, who recently graduated and was awarded for her hard academic work.
Constable Tim Harper, of the Columbia Valley detachment, got the opportunity to do something he had always wanted to when he was offered the chance to spend 30 days in the Canadian North as part of a relief posting for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).
This year Father's Day falls on June 19. By that time, it will have been almost six months since I've last seen my dad, who's probably fussing over opening the pool for the summer somewhere back in Ontario.
Put on your red and white apparel and get ready for one patriotic celebration in the heart of the Columbia Valley
Profiles of three tourist communities in the Columbia Valley...
Shoots, spurs and Stetsons are all the rage at this Invermere classic
Join us for some great fun!
The Columbia Valley’s arts scene has always been alive thanks to the mountain scenery and its proximity to nature
Terri Lightfoot recounts her experience battling and beating ovarian cancer.
Despite lots of rain, the Crazy Soles Nipika Trail Run went off without a hitch.
In celebration of the bicentennial of David Thompson’s expedition down the Columbia River, the David Thompson Columbia Brigade will be back for another exciting adventure, paddling over 1,800 km through Canada and the United States.
The bridge season has come to a close!
The Rotary Club of Invermere met in the upper mezzanine of Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena on May 19 to present the award for Citizen of the Year.
A piece on Mother's Day.
A 60-day fitness challenge is coming to Invermere.
As spring draws near, Panorama prepares to end their season with the infamous Slush Cup.