Steve Hubrecht

Hiking tips

Go green with your hiking this summer

The BIG Book Sale, pandemic style

BIG Book Sale returns

Book Fairy flutters back to the valley this summer

Popular book loaning program returns with COVID-19 protocols

Radium brew pub gets zoning bylaw amendment

Owners hope to begin construction this summer

CVCF seeks applicants for COVID-19 funding

Charities and non-profits helping vulnerable locals during pandemic qualify

Short term rentals crunched by pandemic, but glimmer of hope is on the horizon

Airbnb owners emerging from months of no bookings

Invermere deer ‘hoofs’ woman and dog

Aggressive deer incidents increase this year, as woman and dog left bruised and injured

United Dance gets sets to Hallelujah

Show at DTSS gym this Friday, May 25th at 7 p.m.

Parks Canada installs emergency radio at Kootenay Crossing

Campaign by group of Valley residents leads to emergency phone access in park

Police commander seeks community help to combat fentanyl

RCMP report to Invermere Council emphasizes need to speak up

Popular police commander to leave Columbia Valley

Sgt. Bob Vatamaniuck headed to Penticton this spring or summer

Quilt Guild sews for a good cause

Feminine hygiene kits for teenage girls in Malawi helps keep girls in school

Remembering the Forgotten Front

A look at the Burma campaign, through the eyes of local veteran Jim Ashworth

RMI funding continues for valley communities this fiscal year

RMI funding for Invermere-Panorama and Radium Hot Springs

Couple allowed to stay temporarily in tiny home on wheels

Athalmer property owners have plans to build rammed earth home soon

Columbia Valley Centre will get brand new solar system

the centre could have the system installed as early as later this fall

Former Dragon’s Den panelist directs big donation to Columbia Valley Centre

W. Brett Wilson’s Calgary Foundation to donate $100,000 to naming of lobby at CVC

Mountain Mercantile brings vibrant edge to Canal Flats

New venture housed in old high school