Phil McLachlan

Fernie Ghostriders face defeat during away weekend

Fans encouraged to wear white for first playoffs game at Fernie Memorial Arena, February 26

Kootenay man dies in crash near Sparwood

Accident occurred last night east of Sparwood, RCMP appealing for witnesses

RDEK takes steps towards reducing carcass pit use

The first step towards addressing the issue of carcass pits in the East Kootenay came Friday when the Regional District of East Kootenay voted to waive the fee for disposing carcasses at the Central Subregion Landfill.

CanWel defends logging practices

Huge turnout to public forum on clear-cutting in Fernie and surrounding areas

Alex Hutton a musician from Top-o to bottom

Some know Alex Hutton for his lumberjack looks or his legendary appearance on the Rick Mercer Report.

Hockey fans raise over $3200 for cancer patient

Coaching staff reference Kaleb's bravery and resilience in pre-game speech

Riders take three-point weekend against division leaders

Ghostriders maintain fifth place after one win, one loss

Future of recreation looks bright for City of Fernie

City plans more upgrades to Fernie Memorial Arena, reports strong usage at outdoor rink

Cold Pursuit, filmed in Fernie, hitting the big screen on February 7

Cold Pursuit to show at Vogue Theatre for two weeks from Thursday, February 7

Contract employee airlifted from Greenhills Operations with serious injuries

One employee has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries from Greenhills Operations.

$20.9M allocated to Waterton Lakes National Park recovery

The 2017 Kenow Wildfire burned roughly 20,000 hectares in Waterton Lakes National Park

Another four-point weekend for Riders

Ghostriders face off against the Kimberley Dynamiters tonight at 7:30

Youth charged in FAR equipment theft

Alberta RCMP recovered $17,000 in skis/snowboards believed to be stolen from Fernie Alpine Resort

Crowsnest Pass RCMP seek help locating missing male

58-year-old Stuart David Duff was last seen on Jan. 6, 2019.

OPINION: Jaffray bear meeting good first step, but not enough

A large number of individuals attended the grizzly bear meeting in Jaffray on Tuesday, January 8, and for good reason. An increase of 37 bear calls in one year is cause for concern.

Spike in Jaffray bear calls cause for concern

In 2018 there were 38 calls about bears spotted in the Jaffray area, compared to one call in 2017.

Fernie trails expert releases hiking guide

Writing a book about one of his favourite things just felt natural for Terry Nelson.

Fernie to ski hill paved pathway planned for 2020

Committee investigates funding options for pathway

Government leaders meet on Fernie trails to discuss recreation

Member for Kootenay-Columbia Wayne Stetski tries fatbiking with Fernie Mayor and Councillor