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District of Invermere will reduce a grant request for funding for the new multi-use centre
The B.C. government’s announcement that it will help fund urban deer issues in local municipalities
Mass confusion on where to cast a vote during advance polling days held over the Thanksgiving long weekend
Mass confusion on where to cast a vote during advance polling days in the Columbia Valley left voters frustrated.
A group of Columbia Valley and Radium Chamber of Commerce members met last week to discuss the valley’s ongoing tourism sector
ribbon cutting will happen at the pedestrian bridge on the 12th hole of Fairmont’s Mountainside golf course on Monday, October 5th at 1 p.m.
Several items of interest to the Upper Columbia Valley were discussed at the most recent RDEK board of directors meeting.
RDEK will be undertaking public consultation to find out the opinion of residents on small-scale backyard agriculture communities.
The new Ministry of Justice watchdog organization was in Invermere two weeks ago, giving a presentation to council.
the Upper Columbia Valley, and they may begin to see some elements of the new provincial curriculum this fall.
With the federal election looming, a number of all-candidate forums are slated to run in the Kootenay-Columbia riding
Upper Columbia Valley residents wanting to make sure they are on the registered voters list can do so online
The Invermere council agreed to buy a brand new wheel loader for the district
With the school year just around the corner, B.C.’s provincial health officer is encouraging parents to ensure vaccinations are updated.
The class-action lawsuit started by Sunchaser Villas timeshare owners against the property’s management company is scheduled to finally go
many organized sports and recreation groups should check out the District of Invermere’s formal recreation web page
Columbia Valley Rockies Junior B boys hockey team is back on the ice, playing a few exhibition games before the start of the regular season
CCTA may not have grabbed many headlines in recent months, but the group is still chugging ahead
Ktunaxa First Nation’s long-running legal case against the creation of Jumbo Glacier Resort may eventually wind up in the highest court
Road cyclists frustrated by the small shoulders and fast traffic on the paved roads will relish the open-tarmac opportunities presented