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The water system of three communities in the Columbia Valley will soon merge,
The KSCU is getting into the festive season, and has been giving out donations and grants including some here in the Upper Columbia Valley.
Several items of interest to the Upper Columbia Valley came up during the most recent RDEK board of directors meeting in Cranbrook.
A Wilmer man with an extensive mining background is busy writing a novel set during the great Kootenay silver rush.
The Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK) is examining the idea of introducing a region-wide green bin organic waste program.
Developers put up new sales centre and a new spec home for Phase Three.
With talk swirling in recent days about ever-expanding commercial operations at the Crossroads and the consequent doom for downtown
The most recent RDEK board of directors meeting touched on a few items of interest to the Upper Columbia Valley.
Invermere councillors have given second and third reading to the district’s financial plan.
Newly elected Kootenay-Columbia Member of Parliament Wayne Stetski has been appointed as the National Parks critic
Invermere council members heard that the downtown Invermere Farmers and Artisan Market was a smash success this past summer
The CVCC’s business mentorship program has been a boon to the valley, with program participants giving glowing reports
The ever-popular Light Up event is back in Invermere this year with a new, more family-friendly time slot.
It will cost a bit more to do business in Invermere starting next year, by $25 a year.
The composition of the new federal cabinet garnered plenty of attention for its diversity,
Local conservation organization Columbia Wetlands Stewardship Partnership (CWSP) continues to move forward.
Booth had asked that money from the sale of foreshore land along Lake Windermere come back to the area in some appropriate form
The provincial government has brought forward legislation that would, curb spending during municipal elections
Invermere council put its official stamp of approval on the Invermere Public Library’s inclusion in the new multi-use centre
local elected officials met with their provincial counterparts on several items of local interest to the valley.