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An Invermere native is working to offer backpacking adventures as a method of therapy for people living with mental illness
As of November 18th, 9-1-1 calls from the Central and Southern Interiors are being answered by E-Comm.
Many residents of Westridge have signed a petition saying they like the new Westridge mailbox location and don't want it moved.
The first week of November was B.C.’s Fall Prevention Awareness Week.
The annual Christmas Shopping Spree has returned for its second season.
Last week’s election saw two new councillors replace chief Paul Sam and Alice Sam.
Two out of three council members were replaced after the Shuswap First Nation's general election
Al Lynch from Invermere was part the first battalion of Canadians to stop the North Korean advance
The WLLC has applied to a third government body in hopes of rezoning their parcel at Whitetail Lake.
Property owners at Whitetail Lake are working to overcome legal obstacles that currently restrict construction.
Double losses over the weekend pushed the Rockies six-games deep into their losing slump, but a visit from Creston ended that
Wilks has been touting the fed's recently proposed changes to the Firearms Act
Teagan Van Mulligen was like any ordinary girl, until the age of nine...
A globe-trotting cyclist made a cozy stop in the valley during her stint exploring the Rocky Mountains
The B.C. government’= is trying to position B.C. as the country’s leading province for people with disabilities.
Nearly 1,000 owners at Sunchaser Villas have entered into a class-action lawsuit against Northmont
Northmont is suing owners of Sunchaser that hold outstanding accounts, though the legitimacy of the charges are being disputed
Politicians announced an investment to enhance safety through the construction of additional wildlife crossing structures in KNP
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, Mark Strahl was in the valley.
The Bugaboos Teens climbing program got off to an auspicious start