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Creston Conservation Officer James Barber says that a man who was hospitalized last week after a run-in with a Grizzly bear was not at fault.
The Kokanee Summit and Justin Trudeau
Residents' objections to the proposal have been growing since it first became public about two months ago.
Red Bird Estate Winery is the culmination of a dream Remi and Shannon Cardinal have been working toward almost from the beginning of their 15-year relationship.
Fans of legendary Canadian rocker Neil Young are in for a treat on Saturday night
I visited the Regional District of Central Kootenay last week and came across the following list of RDCK park facilities. Notice anything unusual?
Council is now taking steps to ensure that it keeps complete control of where storefront sales of cannabis can take place after the planned October federal legalization date.
Creston RCMP responded to 81 calls for assistance for the second consecutive week from June 26 - July 3
A survey mailed to Creston Valley residents last week doesn't put enough emphasis on outdoor recreation, which is typically far less costly than indoor facilities, Trails for the Creston Valley Society says.
Moore takes over on a temporary basis until after the October 20 municipal elections, replacing Lou Varela, whose employment finishes this week.
Expect a lot of humour-some of it irreverent-when the cast of Some Fools and Their Money takes to the stage next week.
What a treat it was to be able to attend the opening of the new Temple of Light at the Yasodhara Ashram.
After receiving reports that several suicides have taken place in the Creston Valley in recent months.
Gates open at the Creston Ramada outdoor site at 5 pm and show time is 7 pm.
Public attendance was 33 on Sunday and didn't appear to be much larger on Monday afternoon at the Community Complex
Creston RCMP received 81 calls for service from June 19-26.
Don Cherkas has resigned as one of the public appointees.
To describe the pair of grain elevators in downtown Creston as iconic heritage sites is hardly an exaggeration, considering that they are two of just four wooden grain elevators left in the province.
Creston RCMP responded to 67 calls for assistance from June 12-19.
In my nearly three decades of writing this column I have written one in support of free trade.