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Invermere one step closer to making a makerspace

CBT funding helps makerspace get closer to reality

The end of an Echo

Invermere Valley Echo shuts down operations in Columbia Valley

Hiker rescued from Hell Roaring Creek near Invermere

Search and Rescue come in from two ways to find and save man who fell in the water

Upgrades to Tilley Memorial Park in Canal Flats unveiled

New washrooms, expanded docks among new features

Discounted hotel rooms for wildfire evacuees

Coast Hotels offering support to help ease the burden on evacuees

B.C. to end geographic area rent increases, close fixed-term lease loopholes
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          Lightning sparks small wildfires throughout Southeast Fire Centre

          28 small fires started in southeastern B.C. on Monday, but none are threatening

          RCMP send 340 officers from B.C. and Alberta to help with wildfires

          RCMP say there will be ‘no tolerance for criminal activities’ in fire evacuation zones

          RCMP asking for public patience

          RCMP resources from around the province are being deployed to assist with a multitude of fires

          • Jul 7th, 2017

          Campfires banned in Columbia Valley

          High forest fire risks lead to campfire ban

          CBT funding helps Columbia Valley organizations

          Variety of organizations and communities funded thanks to CBT

          Police seeking suspect following alleged sexual assault

          The RCMP are actively searching for a suspect following incident at Boundary Creek Provincial Park

          • Jul 6th, 2017

          BC Ferries reminds vehicle, foot passengers to avoid alcohol and drugs before sailings

          Impaired drivers and walk-ons risk being reported to police – 127 were in past year

          • Jul 6th, 2017

          Puppy found in Aldergrove with zap strap on infected tail

          The BC SPCA is investigating what looks like an attempt at a home tail docking done wrong.

          • Jul 6th, 2017

          Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA now in opposition

          Doug Clovechok promises that he will represent the riding, no matter what side he sits on

          Akisqnuk receive funding for curated trail

          Akisqnuk First Nation Band received $19,000 for the trail

          Shared principal for Martin Morigeau

          J.A. Laird principal will job-share, vice principal to be hired for on-site

          Late Invermere grad a light to remember

          Makayla O’ Rourke remembered by those who loved her, as 2017 graduation takes place

          • Jul 6th, 2017