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Community ambassador program well-received in Invermere

Council members suggest keeping position in future summers, even if the COVID-19 pandemic ends

ULLR survives and thrives despite harsh time

ULLR Bar had to change their operating

Recycle BC Depot moving, DOI rolling out new carts

Expanded recycling services

Toby Creek Nordic Society looks to extend Whiteway season

Fundraising underway for smaller, lighter trail clearing equipment

Live music at the FHSR

First event of the summer at the Fairmont Hot Spring Resort

The Columbia River Treaty changed the Columbia Valley

Tor the well-being of the Columbia River

Testing delays a concern for controlling virus: Tam
B.C.'s top doctor says now is not the time for social gatherings
RCMP policy on masks for Sikhs will change, Blair promises
Alberta horse owners struggle with disease

Canal Flats passes renewed bylaw enforcement policy after lively discussion

Rest of the evening saw unanimous voting in favour of item

Radium Hot Springs re-opens

RHS is now open with protocols in place

Markin-MacPhail Westside Legacy Trail has a grand opening with a surprise announcement

Planning underway to connect to Old Coach Trail and downtown Radium

Nola Alt’s iconic Spilli Station Cafe dessert will save your dinner party

Visit the cafe this weekend before it closes for the season

Chamber holds fundraising golf tournament

The event is being held through the entire month of September

Local politician runs for UBCM director at large

Electoral area F director seeks to give voice to rural areas on UBCM board

Province’s response to old growth forest report falls short, says Nelson scientist

Rachel Holt says province is saving areas that don’t need protection, ignoring those that do

Interior Health confirms COVID-19 case at JA Laird Elementary School

First case of COVID-19 in primary school in Invermere

Salmon this September

A series of lessons about salmon were taught to Little Badgers children over the month of September

Ktunaxa commemorate residential school survivors with Orange Shirt Day

The Ktunaxa recently distributed a poem to honour residential school survivors on Orange Shirt Day

Columbia Valley garlic production soars

Garlic markets have become increasingly popular.

  • Sep 23, 2020