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Regional District of East Kootenay will give community six months to refine water system plans.
Local historians hope to call home descendants and former residents to preserve the Columbia Valley town's history.
Invermere's cull of up to 100 urban deer could be underway by the weekend, mayor Gerry Taft confirmed today.
The Columbia Valley's villages and towns are about the same size they were five years ago, but rural areas experienced sharper declines.
Residents opposed to a cull of up to 100 deer take to the streets of Invermere to rally, promise more action in coming days
Discovery Channel film crew puts the spotlight on Invermere for "Gigantic Things" week.
The Discovery Channel's Mark Miller will try his hand at clearing the (unofficial) world's largest maintained outdoor skating rink.
It was standing room only at the Invermere's Tuesday night council meeting, as the public turned out to debate the upcoming cull.
The building that once housed Golden Timber Frames could soon become the home of indoor soccer players, roller girls and other sports teams.
The "cold war" is heating up, and both Ottawa and Winnipeg are starting to respond to Invermere's world record dreams.
The Columbia River gets its close up in new photo book Small Mouth Big River.
With $1.8 million in funding on the line, Dry Gulch property owners are trying to revive a plan to bring a water system to the community.
While up to 100 urban deer will be culled in Invermere, the other plan for dealing with the animals isn't getting much provincial support.
More than 5,300 property owners in the Columbia Valley saw little change to their property values as 2012 assessment notices hit mailboxes.
Lack of specifics, over-regulation worries floated at latest open house on the zoning of Lake Windermere.
The winners are in for the first ever Window Display Decorating Contest.
A new program offering Radium residents a chance to adopt a tree on the village boulevard is catching on.
Local artists will once again pass the hat at Lakeside Pub during the annual Lakeside Musicians Food Bank Benefit on December 18.
The Valley Echo wants to know about your Christmas decorations.
Hundreds of dinners were given out in exchange for food bank donations at this year's Feed the Town.