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"No one knew how it got there. Everyone pleaded ignorance. But someone had to have left it there."
"Through the countless efforts and initiatives to bring cheer to the town, I want to thank the community for reminding me that there is still good in this world."
On Dec. 15, CFR was dispatched to the area of 33 Avenue and Highway 3 for a motor vehicle incident (MVI).
On Dec. 19, police received a complaint of a theft from a victim in a residence in Creston. During the investigation, the witness stated that he observed "The Grinch" stealing presents from the porch of a residence, and when confronted, pulled a gun on the witness.
"You may not be able to control how this pandemic plays out, but you have every bit of control over your attitude, words and actions."
"Christmas should serve to remind us of God, who gave the world the greatest 'gift'; Jesus."
Bruce Paterson taught school in Crawford Bay for eight years before retiring in Creston to pursue his passion for art.
Leelen Samuelson has been involved with the Creston Judo Club for most of his life
"Today, I want to say a specific thank you to those who are, in any way, keeping my specific person well and safe – my mom."
Over $79,000 was raised for this year's edition of the hamper program, with 320 individuals and families in the community receiving a hamper package
A $2,300 fine can be issued for organizing a non-compliant event, while failure to wear a face-covering in an indoor public space can earn you a $230 fine
The project was completed before its Oct. 31, 2021 deadline
"It is quite possible to engage in Buddhist spiritual practices and in the process to deepen one's personal faith. The greater our understanding of ourselves, our own faith practices and the practices of others, the greater our own faith becomes and the very fabric of our community becomes stronger as a result."
At 6:24 a.m. on Dec. 10, CFR was dispatched to the area of Highway 3 West for a motor vehicle incident (MVI)
On Dec. 13, police received a report of loud Christmas playing music outside a residence in Creston
"Someone's child is going to end up dead."
Creston Valley Hospital's version of the trend was filmed in the first week of December, and features staff from all departments engaging in the dance routine
Since March, Richard Murray has distributed 100 face shields and over 900 ear savers across the community, free of charge.
The program offers a 2021 business licence free of charge, as well as an initial supply of signage, disposable masks and hand sanitizer
"After reading and understanding the Charter, one can only conclude that; no, you do not have the right to be ignorant."