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Tanker 489 is stationed in Castlegar this year, but in the 1960s it belonged to the L.A. Dodgers.
Chamber video says: “Hey, hey! Come back and play, play.”
Blair McFarlane has responded to rising political tensions about racism with a desire to learn
This spring, the Shuswap have recorded waste-water usage increasing in some areas of the communities
The Ktunaxa Grammar App has recently been launched by developer Christopher Horsethief
Aggressive deer incidents increase this year, as woman and dog left bruised and injured
Hub nominated for a B.C Principals’ and Vice Principals’ Association (BCPVPA) Partnership Award
Summer Reading Club and Pop-up Story Time return
The Lake Windermere Ambassadors are offering free summer camps for kids at James Chabot Beach.
Debra Fisher plans to run for Region 4 director in the Métis Nation of B.C. election this fall
Economic Development Officer works toward inclusive signage project for the Columbia Valley
UBC grad Martina Escutin has been raising awareness about the critically endangered Ktunaxa language
Although signs suggested that it was open to foot traffic only, Deja View still open to bikes.
Kinsmen Beach now has an artistic reminder to stay two metres (six feet) from others
The trust is adapting to pandemic circumstances to continue to serve the region
The Rotary Club of Invermere chose Beva and Jordie Kirk as citizens of the year
A lapsed figured skater has used her life experiences to inform her career decision in radiology
WCCS successfully reopens for essential workers on a gradual basis with reduced capacity for students this spring
After the COVID-19 crisis forced the WCCS to temporarily close, families have been gradually returning to the program for child-care
Sonshine Children’s Centre plans to re-open for families in need on July 6.
Enrollment numbers at Little Badgers Early Learning Programs and Nature School located at the Akisqnuk First Nation have decreased by 74 per cent since the March 18 COVID-19 closure took place