Lorne Eckersley

Creston police kept busy with unwanted guest complaints

Creston RCMP responded to 59 calls for assistance

Creston Valley Thunder Cats defeat Kimberley Dynamiters

The shots on goal were a decisive 47-29 in Creston's favour, but the home team's Friday win over the Kimberley Dynamiters was a nail-biting 3-2 win.

Who needs a justice system?

Now, seemingly overnight, people are being charged, tried, convicted and sentenced within hours.

Rural residents could face higher fire protection costs

Erickson and Arrow Creek property owners will pay more for fire protection

Site C is a Hobson’s choice

Premier John Horgan and his government are in a no win situation as they face the task of deciding to kill or proceed with the enormously expensive Site C Dam project.

Brewery workers claim more job losses

Interior Brewery Workers Local 308 says that Labatt Breweries of Canada is manipulating data to justify the loss of jobs at Creston's 50-year-old brewery.

Brewery works claim more job losses

Interior Brewery Workers Local 308 says that Labatt Breweries of Canada is manipulating data to justify the loss of jobs at Creston's 50-year-old brewery.

Hospice society celebrates 30 years

For thirty years volunteers from the Creston Valley Hospice Society have been providing care and comfort to terminally ill people and their families.

Carole Louie wins spot on Lower Kootenay Band council

In a by-election to fill a vacancy left by Destyni Basil, Carole Louie defeated her nearest opponent, Mary Basil, by one vote to earn a seat on the Lower Kootenay Band council.

Carole Louie wins spot on Lower Kootenay Band council

In a by-election to fill a vacancy left by Destyni Basil, Carole Louie defeated her nearest opponent, Mary Basil, by one vote to earn a seat on the Lower Kootenay Band council.

Columbia Brewery bottling line to close

Creston's Columbia Brewery is undergoing changes this fall

Creston RCMP deal with numerous alcohol-related issues

Among Creston RCMP's 62 files opened from October 24-30 were numerous alchol-related incidents.

Delay referendum cut costs, Town told

A delegation opposing a borrowing referendum for $6.1 million to build a new fire hall told Town Council to delay the referendum until next year and reduce the costs.

Delay referendum cut costs, Town told

A delegation opposing a borrowing referendum for $6.1 million to build a new fire hall told Town Council to delay the referendum until next year and reduce the costs.

Stewart Steinhauer has installed a four-piece stone sculpture at Creston’s Kunze Gallery

Stone sculptor Stewart Steinhauer has placed the fourth and final piece of his latest assembly, which joins his other works at Kunze Gallery on Northwest Boulevard at Pine Street.

RDCK orders more ice plant inspections

In the aftermath of the tragedy at Fernie Memorial Arena the RDCK is arranging for additional inspections to its "robust safety program" in its ice arenas.

Delay referendum, find cheaper fire hall alternative, Town Council told

A delegation at Tuesday's Creston Town Council meeting asked Council to delay the proposed December 9th referendum and work to find a less costly solution than the $6.1 proposal.

New natural health centre opens in downtown Creston

Paul Gaucher and his wife Dove Sprout co-own Creston Acupuncture Natural Health Centre

THIS IS THE LIFE – Out with the old, in with the what?

Last Thursday we made a stop at a south Calgary shopping centre on our way home to Creston

Fires, fights and crashes dominated the week for Creston RCMP

Among the 81 calls for assistance that Creston RCMP received from October 17-23 were reports of fires, fights and crashes.