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An individual has died after the dump truck they were driving went off Lower Elk Valley Road.
Two cannabis stores in Fernie could be open for non-medical sales in one month's time.
"If I died that day, the baby wouldn't know his dad," said 31-year-old Mariano Santander-Melo.
Close behind was Calgary's Bogdan Szafranowicz and American Brian Bjortomt
By Mary Giuliano
A quick response by local firefighters today prevented the spread of a structure fire near Elko, in the Rock Creek area.
Fernie Search and Rescue was called out the evening of July 7 for a biker injured on the Lazy Lizard trail.
"I didn't really think about anything I was doing, I just kind of did it," said Calgary's Aaron Jones.
UPDATE: 4:27 p.m.
Two roofers sustained injuries after a 'blast' occured while they were torching a roof downtown Fernie on July 2.
Suspects facing multiple charges including resisting arrest, theft, assaulting peace officer, more
U19 softball team takes victory on home turf during Wildcat Days weekend
Cst. Debra Katerenchuk
Many years ago, indigenous groups around North America would welcome in visitors for annual powwows. As time has gone on, this tradition has been lost for many groups. This year, the Tobacco Plains Indian Band rewrote history.
The 2019 Lone Wolf race in Fernie attracted 175 racers from far and wide to take on its unique challenge of running a 6.75km lap within a one-hour time frame. If racers completed the lap before the time ran out, they could rest. If they arrived back after the hour had expired, they were eliminated. This method of elimination applied to both solo runners, and teams.
On Thursday, June 20, Mountain High Adventures opened the doors to their new Adventure Centre, built out of a mega Yurt at Fernie RV Resort.
A familiar face is soon to return to the Elk Valley, easily recognizable by his cowboy hat and blue denim shirt.
Information about location of wounded grizzly? Call RAPP line (1-877-952-7277)
In commemoration of National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21, the Tobacco Plains Indian Band walked across the Canada/U.S. border into Montana to honour their Indigenous rights and show support and unity to their southern brothers and sisters.
A proposed intersection in Hosmer aims to improve the safety of those turning off of Highway 3.