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District of Invermere is continuing its COVID-19 reopening
Daily operations at the local Pharmasave have been modified
Badgers, bears and birds to benefit from bolstering bunchgrass conservation in Rocky Mountain Trench
260 hectares (637 acres) near Canal Flats acquired for conservation
Clovechok said cars were keyed, but he believes the incidents were isolated.
The revised programs will help local businesses to reopen and modify operations
A petition has garnered 1,700 signatures so far and seeks to have the CastleRock trails legitimized.
A car-free, pedestrian-only main street in downtown Invermere could be a possibility this summer.
Métis citizens in valley forged ahead thanks to support from local leadership and community groups
Advocates say safer streets needed
The annual event partnering RCMP with Special Olympians is dramatically altered by COVID-19
Evacuation alerts remain in place for Fairmont Creek and Cold Spring Creek.
Stewardship group wants to know where you’ve seen turtles in the Columbia Valley
General manager says golf is one of few sports where implementing safety measures is fairly simple
Radium Hot Springs author Brent Lea launches thriller set in the great outdoors of southeastern B.C.
RDEK has issued a state of local emergency, RCMP going door to door in affected areas
A high school student’s perspective
Watershed Wanderings column by Lake Windermere Ambassadors
A centenarian in Invermere has embarked on a new adventure to raise money for the food bank.
Nothing finalized and complications aplenty, but Invermere council agrees to grad march idea
Chief of staff says: “COVID-19 … is still here and is not going away any time soon.”