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The Columbia Valley Rockies are putting in a gruelling month.
The Columbia Valley Rockies are seven weeks into their regular season and it’s been a slow start for the team.
It’s a busy month for the Columbia Valley Rockies, as there are three more home games yet to be played in November.
Rockies columnist Marilyn Berry writes about the Rockies every week after their most recent battles
Marilyn Berry gives her take on the progress of the Columbia Valley Rockies throughout the 2013/14 season
Marilyn Berry's semi-weekly update about the Columbia Valley Rockies
Welcome to Rocky Talk, a new column filled with info all about the Columbia Valley Rockies
Asian clams — an invasive species — have made their way up to northern Idaho. Will Lake Windermere be next?
On Saturday March 23 at 8:30 p.m. (whatever time zone you are in), you are asked to participate by turning off the lights for one hour.
I have just spent a most inspirational weekend in Seattle at a Rotary International training session for incoming club presidents.
I know I have written about some of the aspects of billeting before but some things bear a little repetition.
January 2013... there are those who said the world would never make it to this date.
Somebody asked me a while back about some upcoming changes to Canadian pension they had heard about.
Wow! My daughter-in-law gave birth to a daughter last week.
Ever wonder how some schedules are made? It can be crazy making a hockey schedule, but fun too.
October 24 each year is designated as World Polio Day.
I have a friend who doesn’t live in this region ask me if I could write something about the plight of some folks in our society.
It's fall... there is no denying it. The leaves are turning and frost will soon be on its way.
The Windermere Valley Golf Course offers a ‘player friendly, walkable and affordable’ golf experience.
This community has just gone through another weekend when everybody seems to be involved in 'some' thing.