Brian Lawrence

Lark Coffee offering tasting experience in downtown Creston

Lark Coffee Roasters tasting room open for regular hours in downtown Creston

Kootenay Region Association for Community Living officially opens affordable housing in Creston

Nine affordable units for people with disabilities open at Creston's Spectrum Farms

Calls for Creston Fire Rescue down in 2019

Building permits, cemetery commission and more discussed at Jan. 14 Creston council meeting

Housing by Kootenay Region Association for Community Living celebrating official opening

Ribbon cutting for nine affordable units at Creston's Spectrum Farms property on Jan. 26

Creston high school photography students hosting show and silent auction

Nearly two dozen Prince Charles Secondary School students will have work in Jan. 24 show

Residents offer Town of Creston input on future of reservoir land

Former open water reservoirs north of Creston's 23rd and 24th avenues currently closed to the public

Creston high school performance class rehearsing concert

Prince Charles Secondary School performance class preparing music, dance, lip sync

Creston Valley Arts Council awards Frank Goodsir for service

Frank Goodsir served arts community in many roles during 41 years in Creston

Creston mayor reviews 2019, answers questions about town

Creston Mayor Ron Toyota was the guest speaker at Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce breakfast

Creston Valley Public Library eliminates overdue fines

Creston library borrowers will no longer be charged a per-day fee for overdue items

Creston Valley Arts Council finishing 50th year celebrations with art show opening

Arts council has spent 14 months celebrating its 50th year in Creston Valley

UPDATE: Diesel in Kootenay River contained 50 km upstream of U.S.-Canada border

Locomotive fuel in Kootenay River contained east of Bonners Ferry, Idaho, south of Creston

UPDATE: ‘Rapid response’ to diesel leak in Kootenay River after derailment south of Creston

Potential diesel in Kootenay River up to 7,200 litres; containment in place 45km south of border

Creston a stop on weekly Kaslo-Calgary bus route

Mountain Man Mike's offering weekly Kaslo-Creston runs, and twice-weekly Kalso-Vancouver runs

Idaho train derailment spills diesel in Kootenay River south of Creston

Containment booms set up to stop diesel flow from Jan. 1 derailment near Bonners Ferry, Idaho

Volunteers pack 430 Christmas hampers for Creston Ministerial Association

About 430 individuals and families will receive Christmas hampers this year, thanks to the efforts of the Creston Ministerial Association, which organized the annual program.

Canadian Pacific Holiday Train boosts Creston Valley food bank

The Creston Valley Gleaners Society Food Bank and the Creston Ministerial Association's Christmas hamper program received boosts after the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train rolled into town on Dec. 12.

Inaugural 7th Siding Festival of Film running this weekend

About 40 films coming to Creston's Tivoli Theatre and Venue

Creston mourns loss of local business owner

The steps of Casey's Community House were lined with flowers this afternoon as the community mourned the loss of business owner Ralph Casemore, 59, who died in a three-vehicle collision yesterday.

Kootenay Lake Gran Fondo exciting event for cyclists

Cyclists chose from 151-, 98- and 56-km courses around Creston Valley and Kootenay Lake East Shore