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Wildfire Service lights prescribed burns south of Upper Columbia Valley
Officials are cautioning B.C. hunters and the public to keep a wary eye out for signs of chronic wasting disease among deer, moose and elk
The District of Invermere now officially has an accessibility policy, after Invermere council adopted one at its most recent meeting.
A provincial study is showing increased level of winter ticks in moose as compared with last year
Unofficial accommodation options, through the popular rental website Airbnb, are cropping up in the Upper Columbia Valley rapidly.
The Columbia Basin Trust will be funding even more projects in the Basin area next year following a big increase in its revenue.
The urban deer that have been moved from Invermere as part of a pilot relocation study have shown better-than-expected survival rates.
Invermere council heard a presentation from the provincial Forest Practices Board at its council meeting earlier this month.
Parks Canada has already taken steps to help improve staff levels next winter.
RDEK Area G residents will get another formal chance to voice their opinions on backyard chickens after all
At the recent District of Invermere council, councilors discussed the possibility of sponsors for the upcoming multi-use centre.
The marble plaque in Invermere’s current community hall will become part of the Columbia Valley’s new multi-use centre.
New funding has been announced for several search and rescue organizations in the Kootenay region.
RDEK holds series of votes centring on backyard agriculture at the most recent RDEK board of directors meeting.
The B.C. Rural Dividend program has already proved popular.
Category three fires banned, small campfires are still fine
Conrad Black weighs in on the long-running legal battle
Horse-drawn wagon rides come to Invermere this summer after council voted in approval at its recent meeting.
Invermere council approved a bevy of special events at its most recent council meeting, including the Tim Goldie celebration of life.
The Auditor General of B.C. released an audit criticizing the provincial government’s oversight of the mining industry earlier last week.