Kristian Rasmussen

Time for reporter to ramble on

At first I was anxious and still a little wobbly in my writing

Riders poised to make it look easy at Panorama

Panorama Mountain Village will be home to more slashing and ripping than a 1980s horror film.

Invermere home brewer earns podium finish

With the skill of an alchemist, an Invermere man has turned yeast, barley, hops and malt into silver and bronze.

Art from the Heart beats again

The beating heart of the Columbia Valley's art scene is about to be shocked with an invigoration of youthful energy.

Farmers’ market migration causing local migraine

Market organizers are waiting on a decision by Invermere council to find out if the Farmers' Market will remain at its current location

Panorama to host Grizzly Ultra Race

Five-leg running and mountain bike race over ski resort terrain promises to provide two days of phyiscal and mental challenges for racers

Agreement encroaching on business relations

The encroachment agreement is a document between the district and owners of street vending stalls operating on district property

Bamboo power bringing objects to life

Doug McKay's fingertips have harnessed the power of bamboo to create inertia in a way that can only be described as beautiful

Electric shift begins in Invermere

One charging station at the District of Invermere office and another at Kicking Horse Coffee became operational on Tuesday, March 12th

Industry researching solutions for tourism staffing shortage

A $70,000 investment was made by the provincial government to create a B.C. Tourism Labour Market Strategy

Survival racer faces ultimate island challenge

Local man braves 75-kilometre endurance race on volcanic island in Nicaragua

Court awards damages after careless contracting

$510,000 judgement given after roofing issues emerged

Savoured sips in the valley revealed for 2013

Budweiser earned first place for most popular beer, followed by Busch in second place and Kokanee taking up third place.

No cause yet determined in Panorama condo blaze

Valley Fire & Rescue and the B.C. Safety Authority have produced no leads as to the cause of the Wednesday, February 27th blaze.

Wolf snare program halted in Columbia Valley after photographer speaks out

The Ministry of Forests Lands and Natural Resource Operations program will begin again if conflicts between cattle and wolves arise

Hot Springs meeting heats up debate in Radium

The lure of a decision around the upcoming privatization of Radium Hot Springs drew a crowd of concerned citizens

Atlas takes wild look at diversity

Citizen scientists can now participate and explore a natural world with the omniscience of mother nature herself

Verge earns royal honour

Floyd Verge, the founder of Verge for Youth, received Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee award

Woman struck and killed by train in Athalmer

Victim struck by handrail near front of train; alcohol believed to be a factor.

Fairmont skier not coy about return to racing

Sue Coy has been skiing since the age of two and recently entered the 32nd annual Over The Hill Downhill ski racing competition