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Radium Council Briefs

Seniors club money, UBCM and more

Valley Fitness Centre seeks new home

Managing director meets with DOI to discuss possibilities

Liberals’ Kootenay-Columbia candidate stands by Trudeau despite scandal

Robin Goldsbury says the prime minister’s racist photo is a learning opportunity

Mayday call at the Fairmont airport

Fairmont Hot Springs Resort looking for financial support to keep airport operational

Local climate action strike

Friday, September 20th strike in downtown Invermere

Online Portal Seeks to Test Internet Connectivity Performance Across the Basin and Boundary

Group wants to see just how fast your internet is

  • Sep 18, 2019
Rare footage of grizzly bears fighting on B.C. highway
Trudeau sets sights on tighter gun controls, Scheer talks health spending and Singh talks Trudeau
Climate change protests across B.C.
Scheer reacts after Trudeau apologizes for 'brownface' photo

Canal Flats pavilion gets a financial boost

Trust provides over $1.9 million for 12 community projects

  • Sep 18, 2019

New build, groyne, and sundries at Invermere Council

Council opts to close 5A Street at 10th Ave. intersection to address traffic concerns fo rnew housing complex

RCMP Report

Some of the more interesting callouts for Columbia Valley RCMP

  • Sep 17, 2019

Building above B.C. energy regulations

BuildSmart TailGate meeting hosted in Windermere

Invermere’s Wildsight branch turns 30

A look back at some of the organization’s highlights over three decades

Latest round of Columbia River Treaty talks wrap up in Cranbrook

Federal, provincial, U.S. and Indigenous representatives recently met for eight round of discussions

Back to school for grown-ups

COTR and Mountain Hub offering courses for adults this fall

Pleading ignorance no excuse for breaking the law

Conservation Officer Service long weekend patrol faces perpetual problem

Celebrating salmon

Columbia Salmon Festival Saturday, Sept. 14th

Bar security system raises alarms for patron

PatronScan system in Invermere the first of its kind in the Valley

PHOTOS: Canada, U.S. first responders remember 9/11 victims at Peace Arch Park

American and Canadian first responders shared grief at annual event

Seven candidates running in Kootenay-Columbia

Five party candidates and two independents have stepped forward so far

Climate change website launched by Selkirk College and Columbia Basin Trust

The site features climate information for communities in the Columbia Basin and boundary region

  • Sep 11, 2019

Public servants to serve elsewhere

Invermere CAO Chris Prosser moving to CAO in High River, Alberta