Dauna Ditson

Citizens of the year

The Rotary Club of Invermere chose Beva and Jordie Kirk as citizens of the year

MLA says no COVID-19 cases here in seven weeks, clash between B.C. and Alberta exaggerated

Clovechok said cars were keyed, but he believes the incidents were isolated.

Flood evacuation in Fairmont; residents able to return home

Evacuation alerts remain in place for Fairmont Creek and Cold Spring Creek.

The GoPro that refused to drown

A snorkler found a submerged GoPro and used the camera footage to find the owners

Group home offers solace through pandemic

Rolf Heer says “life is good” at Columbia Garden Village

“Infected” with kindness

Personal shoppers and those they serve make meaningful connections during pandemic

Alone together series: singles in solitude

Coping with COVID-19 while living alone

The Night Nurse: Local author chooses to launch massage-therapy thriller during COVID-19 pandemic

Tony Berryman is “bursting into maniacal laughter on a regular basis” as he launches his first novel.

Alone together

Post-secondary students finding bright sides within COVID-19 changes

Learning continues although schools are almost empty of students

It is a strange time for students, teachers and the retiring superintendent of School District 6.

Dangerous partners: COVID-19 and domestic violence

Family Dynamix Association’s domestic violence programs offer support.

Tensions rise as government officials say: ‘Stay home, not at your second home’

“Don’t let this COVID crisis bring out the worst of our sometimes failing human characteristics.”

Easter weekend no time to let up on COVID-19 safety

Provincial health officer warns against travelling this weekend

Canfor Pulp COVID-19 measures disappointing but not surprising, Radium mayor says

Local mill to close for three weeks, maybe longer

Couple home safe after COVID-19 lockdown in Peru

Cortney Pitts and Maxime Patenaude “won the lottery” to get to come home from Peru.

All fitness centres, gyms and yoga studios ordered to close immediately

Many Columbia Valley fitness centres were already closed

Checking in

Pioneer staff hope you’re doing okay. Here’s a message from the editor.

Chamber provides support during COVID-19

Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce offers info and tips for businesses

Pioneer temporarily switching to e-editions only

The paper will only be available online during COVID-19 after tomorrow’s issue hits the news stands.