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CFR received five calls for assistance on Nov. 9
A report of an assault on Nov. 11 was investigated although the complaint was too intoxicated to provide details
Letter to the Editor: I am renting property in the Creston Valley, and the owners do not live in Canada
"(The owners) have allowed a family member, who just returned from the US, to use the property as his quarantine site."
The auction starts on Nov. 16, and 18 items valued at a total of $3,800 will be up for bidding until 4 p.m. on Nov. 28.
"Of course, smartphones are useful and convenient. They keep us informed and connected. They're great in an emergency. But they have the power to lure some owners down the rabbit hole of over-use."
Interior Medical transport commits to providing Lower Kootenay Band with non-emergency medical transportation services
IMT's CEO said that the signed MOU paves way for staff to participate in a cross-cultural training day with the Band
"You may not indulge in cannabis, but what's more of an eyesore: a business that is operating within its legal rights? Or a vacant building?"
Crest View Village residents Eileen Danberger, Ivan Dunford and Doreen Downie are all World War 2 veterans.
"I am still sick, and I don't know where I contracted this virus, but I want to share my story so that you know that Coronavirus is here in our little community"
Mayor Ron Toyota said that the confirmation of test-positive cases of COVID-19 serves as a reminder that the virus is a reality
On Nov. 7 at 1:02 p.m., CFR responded to a motor vehicle incident in the area of Highway 3 East, where three people were later transported to the hospital
On Nov. 4, RCMP received a call from a resident who said that their Dr. Ho's personal massager may have been stolen from their residence.
"We want these funds to go to kids that may not qualify for traditional academic scholarships, but who have a keen interest in pursuing a career in the trades, first aid or as a first responder."
More than 100 eligible Band members will receive approximately $5,000 each later this month
"Whether you're interested in building resiliency as a human or not, there are benefits to your health when you seek discomfort. Basically, becoming comfortable with being uncomfortable helps you better cope with challenges in your life."
"TCM teaches us how to live in harmony with nature. Autumn is a time of contracting, slowing down and becoming more introspective."
"While some of our earlier donors may have passed away, their love for the Creston Valley still supports projects near and dear to their hearts," writes Alexandra Gesheva of the Creston-Kootenay Foundation.
"It builds confidence and motivates them. It helps them develop skills — leadership skills, motivational skills."
Tigz Designs' Christmas tree will go up a week after Remembrance Day
For me, Remembrance Day is an opportunity for me to reflect and preserve the memories of my grandfather and my great grandfather. They were two men who dedicated their lives to serving Canada and the Commonwealth so that I — along with the rest of the nation — could live a peaceful and prosperous life.