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Wilmer Community Park (better known to locals as Selkirk Park) has now become an Electoral Area G park under the RDEK.
In response to complaints about unpleasant tasting water, the District of Invermere has been conducting tests
RDEK Columbia Valley directors are requesting meeting with various provincial ministers during the upcoming UBCM convention in September.
Those interested in having input into B.C.’s new climate action plan now have a bit more time to do so
Work has begun to build new bridge on Highway 95 over Luxor Creek near Spur Valley.
Kootenay residents recently attended a conference on physical literacy and are now more charged up
Canfor is in the final stages of preparing its new Sustainable Forest Management Plan.
Invermere council directed district staff to send a letter to Columbia Valley RCMP to find more about the closure of Highway 93
Invermere to borrow the $5.6 million dollars to build the new multi-use centre from the Municipal Finance Authority of B.C.
The Columbia Basin Trust is currently seeking to help people looking to improve their employability.
The B.C. Ombudsperson’s annual report for the past fiscal year is out
The Upper Columbia Valley may have a new service area — and correspondingly a new tax — designed to facilitate economic development.
The potential cancellation of Greyhound’s route from Calgary through the Upper Columbia Valley was greeted with dismay
The valley may be a fantastic spot, but it’s not always easy for everybody to live here.
A public hearing on a proposed bylaw that will allow for a planned new development on the north end of Columbia Lake drew few people.
Several items of interest to the valley received attention at the most recent RDEK board of directors meeting
Windermere’s water woes won’t be quenched by a groundwater source, according to a recent study.
Promoting healthy living is becoming a priority for Interior Health, which is trying to reduce the demand on health services.
inaugural meeting of the new provincial Rural Advisory Council was held recently.
local branch of the East Kootenay Employment organization is helping Canfor Canal Flats mill employees to other work.