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Gymnasium Vacancy brings new prospects for Radium

Columbia Valley Gymanastics Club vacates former school gymnasium

Friday Night Shopping returns to Fairmont

Shopping extravaganza returns to the Valley

Cram the Cruiser Toy Drive brings Christmas cheer to all

Invermere Canadian Tire will be hosting a toy drive for the community

Christmas Bureau of the Columbia Valley brings holiday cheer to the community

Non-profit organization provides gifts and grocery certificates for Christmas

New tree guards to be established as part of beautification project in Radium

Design options for tree guards in Radium up for consideration at council meeting

Broker returns to the Valley

Tracy Carson signs on at Royal LePage Rockies West

Average Canadian food bill to rise by $348 in 2018
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          Pizzeria Mercato takes over the Rockies concession stand

          Local business owners saw a good opportunty when it came available

          B.C. minister warned salmon farm not to restock

          Letter to Marine Harvest not a threat, Lana Popham says

          Canada’s Supreme Court to hear from small B.C. wineries

          Okanagan wineries granted intervener status in monumental case

          Dazzling Gifts Galore open for business

          New business profile on Dorren Roseberry

          • Oct 4th, 2017

          Possible partnership creates potential employment opportunity in Radium

          Tourism Radium will be considering the possibility of creating a full-time employment opportunity for an events co-ordinator

          Invermere’s creative economy booms

          Invermere has a booming creative economy, and those in valley’s arts community are keen to see it grow even more.

          Local bee industry profiting from buy-local business model

          Beekeepers in B.C. and in the East Kootenay region have not been stung by the ever-changing honey industry.