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The Blazed Creek proximity to Hwy 3 and a major power line remains a concern.
A startlingly large 3-D steam engine appears to be bursting from the wall behind the bar.
Fifteen "wildfires of note" were burning in the Southeast Fire Centre region as of Tuesday.
Creston RCMP responded to 97 calls for assistance from August 7-14
The RDEK recommends the following steps to prepare when under an evacuation alert.
There is nothing quite like showing guests around the Creston Valley and East Shore to serve as a reminder of why we live here.
I have struggled this week, knowing that Dr. Dave Perrin will no longer be ducking through my office doorway to stop in for a chat.
While the blaze is visible from Highway 3 it is not currently affecting highway traffic.
Nearly four decades after building the popular Dionysos Restaurant on Canyon Street, Jimmy Karountzos has opened Creston's largest liquor store.
Like the weather in recent weeks, the RCMP workload has also been heating up. Staff Sgt. Ryan Currie said on Tuesday that his detachment had 112 calls for assistance from July 31 to August 7.
In the five weeks since a short, dramatic afternoon rainstorm hit Creston, Ross Beddoes has come to refer to the event as "The Great Flood of June 22nd"
Creston RCMP responded to 104 calls for assistance from July 24-31.
A borrowing referendum for a new fire hall that will go to before Creston voters on October 20.
Creston RCMP responded to 98 calls for assistance from July 17-24, Staff Sgt. Ryan Currie said on Tuesday morning. Many of the calls involved family disputes and alcohol was a recurring theme.
Ron Toyota is the first to announce an intended candidacy in the October 20 local government elections.
Robert Louie Sr., have joined with band members who are opposed to a Retallack/Lower Kootenay Band Agreement.
Creston residents will have another chance to vote on the borrowing for a new fire hall.
In the office/gift shop, visitors will find jewellery, wearable fabric arts, fused glass, quilted pieces, art cards and other local creations.
Haslehurst joins CO James Barber, who has been working largely on his own since the retirement of Arnold deBoon.
While the stereotypical image of a potter is someone sitting at a wheel spinning pots, a look at the displays of various members' work shows that most of the output is hand-built.