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The student population in School District 6 declined once again this year, but superintendent Paul Carriere says the drop is not as steep as it has been in previous years — or as the district initially projected coming into the 2011-12 school year.
Council and mayoral hopefuls across the valley have a little over a week to declare their intent to run in November.
Powder Highway producer Vance Shaw is the first to admit his latest ski flick isn't meant to be "the most righteous film ever."
Firefighters make their way through the grassland as smoke curls down the side of Redstreak Mountain on the afternoon of September 30.
After winning their first game against the Penticton Cougars by forfeit when the away team failed to make the game, the Columbia Valley Bighorns had a tougher fight to beat them this past Sunday, when the two teams finally tangled at Bighorns Field.
With its list of plans for the northern half of Kootenay National Park nearly finalized, Parks Canada staff are getting ready to draft their wish list for the portion of the park closest to Radium Hot Springs.
Windermere Elementary School held its annual Terry Fox run over the noon hour September 23. School principal Steve Bentley has promised students he would wear a Canucks jersey to school
District of Invermere council isn't throwing its support behind a subdivision request from Grizzly Ridge Properties.
The redesigned Headbanger Trail Challenge kicked off in Radium this past Saturday morning, with 85 participants running either an 11 km or 3 km course along the Columbia River. Funds from this year's challenge will go to the Radium Public Library.
A local snowboarder who found gold in last year's East Kootenay regionals has set a big goal for himself, heading into the 2011-12 season.
Though the Columbia Valley Rockies faced the Golden Rockets in both of their first two regular season outings, fans were treated to two very different games as the KIJHL season got underway last Friday and Saturday.
Needle disposal sites are coming to several Invermere public washrooms.
Andrea Klassen's editorial for the week of September 14.
Experienced glider pilots touched wings during flight.
While a cold, rainy spring slowed the pace of tourism across the Columbia Valley, warmer weather in July and August picked it back up.
Though they've spent months on opposing sides of the debate, Columbia River - Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald and local BC Liberal riding association president Doug Clovechok are in agreement on one thing: neither is surprised that B.C. voters have opted to throw out the HST.
Valley politicians react to official opposition leader Jack Layton's death.
Both of the Columbia Valley's regional directors are ready to run again.
Local derby girls will strap on skates and brave the bar track at Ray Ray's this Saturday night, as the pub and Fire Vixen Tattoos co-host the Invermere Killer Rollbots' last major fundraiser before their debut bout at the Marysville Arena on August 27.
A 10 year-old from Burlington, Ontario has become the second person in his family to swim all the way across Lake Windermere at its widest point.