Jessica Schwitek

Wildfire fighting equipment stolen in Southeast Fire Centre

The theft of a water pump and hoses has hindered firefighting efforts on the Harrop Creek wildfire

Dolphins hosted Okanagan teams for annual swim meet

Find out how the Golden Dolphins did at their home meet last weekend

Family appealing for help in search for son presumed drowned

The family of David Gavin, presumed drowned near Kinbasket, is asking for boaters to help search

Regulation passed last fall now in effect for Columbia River

Motorized boats on the Upper Columbia River are now restricted to 20hp after the regulation was passed last fall.

Tipped semi slows traffic west of Golden

A semi truck tipped on Highway 1 between Golden and Revelstoke on Tuesday slowing traffic to single-alternating lane.

Golden residents asked to conserve water due to a damaged well

A high producing well in Golden was damaged by a transport truck, making water conservation a high priority this season.

Local mediator wants to ensure services remain available in Golden

Local mediator Donna Rintoul held a brainstorming session to try to find a way to keep mediation services visible in the community.

Tourism Golden recognized for excellence

Destination BC awarded Tourism Golden with BC Destination Marketing Organization Association Professional Excellence Award.

Phase 4 of the Kicking Horse Canyon announced

Phase 4 of the Highway 1 project was announced today at a cost of $450 million, making it the most expensive in B.C.'s history.

Golden council has no intention of removing fountain

Despite a request to erect a new monument in front of the Golden Post Office, there is no intention to remove the fountain.

Golden council has no intention of removing fountain

Despite a request to erect a new monument in front of the Golden Post Office, there is no intention to remove the fountain.

Low number of rentals create housing crunch in Golden

Many of the community's new winter workers are struggling to find accommodation in Golden, where locals are also feeling the crunch.

MLA Norm Macdonald unhappy but not surprised by pipeline announcement

The Columbia River Revelstoke MLA says the pipeline expansion decision is shortsighted for his riding and for the country.

Free Golden RCMP program could help increase home security

There may be some simple things you could do to make your home or business more secure, things you don’t realize could make a difference.

Golden medical professionals embarking on charity trip to Nicaragua

Optometrist Dr. Rebecca Kolbenson and Dentist Dr. Shane Van Biezen will be providing free medical services to children in Nicaragua.

New viewpoint sign honours Golden’s Sikh settlers

Minister Todd Stone joined the Sikh community to unveil a new Stop of Interest sign that recognizes the community's early Sikh pioneers.

Golden agencies came together for accident scenario training

The scenario included all of Golden's emergency services, and involved a three-vehicle collision over a large and steep embankment.

Family on Campbell Road lost home and income in one swoop

The Neigel family had one of their worst fears realized when they returned home to find their home burned to the ground.

Invermere mayor chosen to follow Macdonald in next election

Taft comes forward about sexuality days after taking the nomination for the NDP, which approved his "minority status".

Forum scheduled to discuss possible changes to Golden schools

Rocky Mountain School District 6 is hosting a forum on Tuesday to discuss recommendations, including one that APES and LGES switch to K-7.