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Andrea Klassen's editorial for the week of August 17.
Province asked to take the lead on plan to decrease district deer population
Residents in the Lake Windermere area had their first chance to share ideas about regulation on and around the lake, and plenty more community consultation is on the way.
The investigation into a power surge that caused electrical damage in up to 100 homes in the Brisco and Spillimacheen area could wrap up this week, according to BC Hydro.
Editor Andrea Klassen's editorial for the week of July 27.
B.C. minister visits potential resort site
The valley gets a look at its latest hockey talent pool this weekend, when the Columbia Valley Rockies host their first recruitment camp of the season.
The investigation into a power surge that caused electrical damage in up to 100 homes in the Brisco and Spillimacheen area could wrap up early next week, according to BC Hydro.
Early summer rains have had at least one upside in the Columbia Valley. Fire information officers at the Southeast Fire Centre are reporting a significant drop in number of blazes in the Invermere area so far this year.
Invermere's community dialysis unit scored three new machines last month, as the Interior Health Authority switches its technology in several dialysis units in the region.
District of Invermere bylaw officers and staff are getting the power to hand out more tickets for a slate of offences including feeding deer, setting off illegal fireworks and using pesticide
Construction on a new washroom and concession for Kinsmen Beach could be underway by September, as the District of Invermere looks to spend its resort development cash before the end of the year.
After a two year wait, the countdown to Hoodstock is almost finished.