The KIJHL tab

Free KIJHL coverage in all Black Press communities

Black Press has combined all of its KIJHL coverage for free online access


Keeping tabs on the Rockies’ rivals has never been easier, as Black Press has combined all of its KIJHL coverage for free online access.

The new section will offer more free content on the Valley Echo’s website. Similar to articles found on the “Our Town” section of the website,  the KIJHL tab requires no subscription to read. But rather than sharing news on just the Rockies, the Valley Echo’s website now offers coverage on all Black Press publications from communities with a KIJHL team.

The link is visible from the homepage. Directly beneath the Valley Echo logo are two grey horizontal grey lines – the top one is shaded darker. Without having to scroll, the “KIJHL” tab will be found on the bottom grey line beside the “BC Jobs” and “Classifieds” links.

After clicking on the KIJHL tab, viewers are directed to a barrage of recent KIJHL articles, combining coverage from sister publications in the hockey communities of Creston Valley, Golden, Grand Forks, Fernie, and Nelson.


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