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Valley Go Go Sisters host Cheryl Fraser
More than 25 million dollars has been raised in the past 10 years for African grandmas by Canadian grandma groups.
Webcams prove important new tool for local tourism
Webcams have become the latest way to increase tourism across the Columbia Valley.
From dance studio kid to dance studio co-owner
Meesh Jensen went from local dancer to the co-owner of United Dance studio in Invermere B.C.
Golfer repeats hole-in-one feat
Jim Jenkinson shot a hole-in-one 14 years ago and then did it again on the same hole a few weeks ago
Mike Vernon: remembering the Golden Days
As the NHL advances through the annual Stanley Cup playoffs, Mike Vernon remembers his days winning the Cup.
France revisited: the life lessons of an Invermere student exchange
Local David Thompson Secondary Student returns from France where she had been on exchange with list of life lessons.
Community radio station on the horizon
Rodd Wayne Weisbrodt has plans to open up the Columbia Valley Community Radio Station over the course of the next two years
New invasive mussel inspection station comes to Radium
B.C. announces new funding to set up permanent invasive mussel inspections stations in communities close to provincial borders
Mystery of the ‘missing’ plaque uncovers history
The mystery whether or not a plaque commemorating the Boer War ever existed on the Invermere cenotaph — and if it did
Easter egg hunts in the Columbia Valley
The egg-spectation of families being able to find chocolate bunnies and Easter eggs has returned to the Upper Columbia Valley this weekend.
Mobilize attracts new residents to valley
A 24-year-old Haligonian has made the Columbia Valley home after completing a work experience as a housekeeper at Copper Point Resort.
Remember When? (March 2)
A look back through The Valley Echo's archives over the last 50 years
Well, congrats to our boys. We are so proud of you and your efforts.
Pink Shirt Day returns to the Columbia Valley
Local schools are fighting to give victims a voice by raising awareness about bullying
Rangers touch up Earl Grey Trail
An Upper Columbia Valley backpacking trail, which is one of the Kootenay region’s premiere
Albert Frydman had an amazing day hiking the Hoodoo trail
DASHING AS DICE
The Gillies’ family showed up as a group of dice for the District of Invermere’s annual Monster Mash Dash
B.C. bats need your help
The Kootenay Community Bat Project (KCBP) is promoting bat conservation and asks residents in the region to help by building bat houses
The Eugene family in the Shuswap Indian Band can boast a five-generation gathering
Valley Life Photo Gallery (October 7, 2015)
The third annual District of Invermere Oktoberfest was celebrated by all ages in downtown Invermere on Saturday, October 3rd.