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Bell Let's Talk was held last week for the seventh year in a row but like years before that, it stopped there.
Donald Trump is days away from becoming the official President of the United States and can't save the world from himself.
The Canadian World Junior Hockey team and the hockey community at large was robbed when the Gold Medal game went to a shootout.
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Ian Adams writes how the quick descent from mild fall into mid-winter may well have caught several birds off-guard
16 year old Invermere native Wasyn Rice has accepted a scholarship to Robert Morris University in 2018-19.
The DTSS Senior Lakers volleyball teams had their Kootenay Zone Championships the other week.
The American election signified a degree of tragedy beset upon the World for the future. It's a tragedy based in fear and hate.
With a new man in the Oval Office, local politicians weigh in on what it may mean for life inside the Columbia Valley.
As each November 11th passes, society needs to remember why Remembrance Day is important.
Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett is now a Minister of State, giving rural communities an advocate at the cabinet table.
The Cleveland Indians represent just one of many sports teams with offensive names. It's 2016 though; it's time for change.
The AL East Wild Card game was a thing of beauty. But is it too much to hang on every occurrence of a sports game?
A little-known chapter of Columbia Valley history may see at least a bit more attention
Greenhouse in Invermere attracts a tidal wave of attention from all around the world, unbeknownst to many Columbia Valley residents.
The political system in North America is broken. Can democracy ever be saved?
While the World Cup may be remarkable now, just know that it could come at a steep Olympic-sized cost in the future.