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The provincial government has some new breaks on MSP premiums for certain residents, but MLA Norm Macdonald says not enough
Regional News: Local environmental groups urges new Columbia River Treaty to incorporate ecological purpose
Members of more than 50 various conservation groups found throughout the Columbia River watershed have sent a letter
Invermere has a booming creative economy, and those in valley’s arts community are keen to see it grow even more.
The new location of the Westridge mailboxes has once again bubbled up, after Invermere council received a letter of complaint on the matter
A recently released list of municipal projects in B.C. approved for grants under the Strategic Priorities Fund
The provincial government’s budget for the coming fiscal year has been released, and officials wasted no time responding
The College of the Rockies has a new look thanks to a rebranding effort
An Invermere teen is heading to Penticton later this month to test her mettle in the BC Winter Games alpine ski events.
Parks Canada scientists have discovered the only bat hibernacula so far known to exist in Kootenay, Banff and Yoho National Parks.
Stetski waded into one of the largest parks controversies in the country the planned Cape Breton Highlands National Park
A new mine could be up and running here in the Upper Columbia Valley as early as next year.
For the first time, a girls’ curling team will represent the Columbia Valley at the upcoming B.C. Winter Games.
Upper Columbia Valley elected officials were at a Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Local Government Update last week
Invermere council appointed two new representatives to the Imagine Invermere committee
Canal Flats may soon make some amendments to its dock bylaw
The BC Winter Games, held every two years, are coming up in Penticton in February, and one local athlete has already qualified.
The East Kootenay area will once again have a community energy manager
Efforts to showcase the winter wonders of the Upper Columbia Valley and entice more visitors here continue to bring attention.
The Invermere Valley Echo has obtained a town-by-town breakdown of election day voting patterns for the Kootenay-Columbia riding
Federal Kootenay-Columbia candidates, generally have said there were no major surprises — although there were some disappointments