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The Columbia Basin Trust is a gift that keeps on giving
Local travellers are familiar with finding cattle grazing along Westside Rd, but the livestock still cause culture shock for many
A Wilmer resident who admits he speaks just enough Chinese to order a drink or two was awarded honourary Chinese citizenship last month.
Golden Life has releasing a video dub showing residents and staff expressing their inner happiness to tune of 'Happy'.
A new documentary will highlight a relatively unknown chapter in the history of the Upper Columbia Valley
Spillimacheen resident Dave Olexin found the old Echo sign.
A nostalgic, if not historic sign, has gone missing from downtown Invermere
If approved, the kitchen would adjoin the nursery’s retail outlet.
Distinguished war veteran Alfred Ames was awarded the prestigious Meritorious Service Medal by the Royal Canadian Legion
The Lake Windermere District Lions Club has beefed up the tool chest at the Invermere Fire Department.
The Columbia Valley will be graced with the presence of two young professionals this summer who came to Invermere for work that they love.
The District of Invermere has recently replaced an aging member of its maintenance fleet.
A young child rescued from Dutch Creek yesterday (Wednesday, June 4th) has been transported to te Foothills in Calgary by STARS.
Seed by Seed food activists Mischa Hamara and Danielle Prapavessis made a stop at DTSS to spread their message
The Whiteway has officially earned the Guinness World Record for longest ice skating trail.
Valley-based oil painter Denise Lemaster brings new life to the Columbia Valley’s favourite landscapes
The provincial government announced last week it will help build tourism in Invermere and Radium
The food service sector has been suspended from using the TFW Program, and the local implications are causing headaches
The hammer of justice fell swiftly in two high-profile cases in Invermere Provincial Court on Monday, April 28th
Mixed fates for the valley’s 2008-era developments