Dauna Ditson

The chocolate family

Wild Mountain Chocolate a sweet addition to the Columbia Valley

Frontiersman hoops with hope

Dallas Arcand performed at Edgewater Elementary and later at JA Laird, for local students

A Fleury of hope

Theo Fleury speaks about the sexual abuse he endured

Calendars, not clones

Spacing out the Valley’s events

Collective commitments from Invermere Council

News analysis based on election promises

Diner opens doors to bring in locals

Diner at Skookum Inn opens

Woodcarver’s home goes out with a blaze

Rolf Heer, who is suffering from terminal cancer, loses House of 1,000 faces

Sultans of String to bring a musical Christmas Caravan to the Valley

World music to launch Christmas in the Columbia Valley

Second-story pot shop snuffed out

Invermere marijuana shop must revisit site proposal

Sheep-saving mission

On the hunt for a bighorn sheep with a tomato trellis stuck to her head; a Pioneer ridealong

Hockey legend to share message of hope

Theo Fleury will share his story as part of National Addictions Awareness Week

Sheep, fires and the forests where they belong

Two presentations at the Headbanger Festival in Radium highlighted the importance of proper bighorn sheep habitat

Retiring Radium councillor honoured at last Council meeting

Ron Verboom steps down from Council after 25 years service

Opioid clinic in Invermere, one year in

A look back at first year of operation for local clinic

Outgoing Invermere councillors praised

Justin Atterbury and Paul Denchuk leave on positive note

Woodcarver etched in Valley’s history

Rolf Heer is as iconic to Radium as mountain sheep and hot springs

Halloween house of horror

Friday night for families; Saturday for braver souls

No tricks needed in downtown event

Halloween happenings in downtown Invermere

Punching up

Three local kickboxers head to World championships