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Local BC Liberals are working on an aggressive campaign to take back a riding the party hasn't won since 2001
Kids in Grades 5 to 7 have a new reason to check out the Invermere Public Library, starting December 7.
"I think it'll open the eyes of the valley," says former national paralympic team member Nick Brush.
Young skaters hit the ice at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena this Saturday to do some laps with St. Nick.
As the holiday countdown begins, the Christmas Bureau is reporting need in the valley will likely match last year's record highs.
As the local Bear Aware program wraps up its first year, community co-ordinator Crystal Leonard is celebrating this year's statistics.
An Edgewater sawmill is teaming up with the Akisqnuknik first nation in a plan to bring more forestry jobs back to the Columbia Valley.
"We knew we had the support of our ancestors with us... It was the most powerful thing I have every witnessed and I ever became a part of."
Glacier Resorts Ltd. vice president responds to latest round of anti-Jumbo action.
About $1.8 million in water upgrade funding originally earmarked for Dry Gulch could be used to fund projects in Wilmer and Spur Valley.
In her field of three at the B.C. Judo Championships, Marcia Paget was the underdog.
"Now it will look like a welcome to Invermere, instead of a welcome to Invermere's industrial park."
Invermere's Royal Canadian Army Cadets are hoping to boost membership and form their own, autonomous group.
What's the first step to bringing an outdoor community garden to Invermere?
Residents of Radium Hot Springs could have a lakeside beach to call their own if village council backs a proposal from one local resident.
The District of Invermere hopes to gain control of Lot 4616, a popular recreation site.
A new business is drawing fire from a few members of the community, but district council won't be stepping in to put out the flames.
Panorama Mountain Village is adding another downhill activity to its winter lineup.
As the smell of bacon and pancakes wafted through the halls of J.A. Laird elementary school the morning of September 27, excited whispers started to pour out of classrooms.
When Regina Sanchez first moved to Canada in 2007 from Colombia she was told by an employer in Calgary she wouldn't be hired because her English wasn't strong enough.