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UPDATE: Spraying is held until home owners are properly notified. Also, no spraying in Ridgemont.
Fernie local, Del Cleland, has been inducted into the Alberta School's Athletic Association's Sports Hall of Fame for his countless years as a coach in multiple sports.
The school's hallways are covered with artwork by children from kindergarten up to Grade 12.
The Elk Valley Hospital in Fernie is soon to lose its only general surgeon, Dr. Colm Nally.
Local brothers Sam Moffat and Caleb Brown recently launched the first episode of their bi-monthly one-hour live electronic music show, Naturalist Radio.
The Michel-Natal Sparwood museum held its grand opening on Thursday, May 18.
The 2017 snow season came to a close last weekend, with a tremendous display of events and performances.
Legendary 90s Canadian Rock band, Wide Mouth Mason, performed on Saturday during Fernie Alpine Resort’s closing weekend celebrations.
60 elk have been collared in Sparwood, to help biologists understand migratory patterns.
Craig Mohr will once again return next year to coach the KIJHL Junior B Ghostriders Hockey Team.
Sparwood will soon see the construction of a new set of lights and pedestrian tunnel at the Sparwood Highway 3-43 intersection.
Fernie local, Zeth Ellis, took first place overall in the TransWorld MX El Dorado race in Southern California.
The Small Glories, a near-perfect harmonic folk duo will be stopping in Fernie on Thursday, April 27 at The Arts Station.
Teck will be paying forward $300,000, following a sediment-laden discharge spill at Elkview Operations (EVO) in September of 2012.
The KIJHL community is mourning the death of 24-year-old former Fernie Ghostrider and Columbia Valley Rockies hockey player Brendan Burge.
The FMHA hosted the 2017 PeeWee Tier 4 B.C. Hockey Championships, but were knocked out of the tournament on day four of five.
The group art show kicked off on March 23 with over 60 people present. At times, so many you could barely move.
The Province of British Columbia has pledged to invest in emergency preparedness for the Kootenay region.
Council approved in-kind support for up to $4,500 for this year’s Project Heavy Duty event to take place in Sparwood from May 29-31.
Minister Bill Bennett announced on Friday that Teck Resources Ltd. has begun work on its Baldy Ridge Extension project in Sparwood.