Creston Valley Advance Staff

Smart men can solve problems

But wise men avoid them…

Safety and fire protection are a high priority

Bite the bullet and build it

Restoration of the church can provide a valuable historic resource

Has the church been de-consecrated? Who really owns the church?

Town Council realized back in 2012 that the current fire hall was unacceptable.

Council did due diligence in the hiring of experts to do a design and needs analysis.

Mummy Tummy – Myth Busting

The medical words are Diastasis Rectus Abdominus

The beauty of a quiet Saturday

There is nothing more beautiful than a quiet Saturday on my own

Creston Valley Winter Festival

It’s that time of year again

Walking, Seeing

“I will keep walking and putting a frame around things that catch my eye and make me look twice”

It’s time to put aside our grudges and personal agendas

Safety and fire protection have to be a high priority

Change is hard but it can also be great

The board of the Food Action Coalition governs the Farmers’ Market

We are a growing community

No hidden agenda or backroom deals

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: My answer to the new fire hall is NO

People in the rural areas surrounding Creston were asked to vote for fire protection

Creston Concert Society is pleased to present its next performance in its 2017-2018 season

Bravura is comprised of 3 of our country’s finest leading men from musical theatre, jazz, and opera

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Thou shalt not kill

The Christian religions would be more effective if they stood united rather than divided.

The Future of Our Economy Starts Today

The Creston Valley – Kootenay Lake Economic Action Partnership (CV-KL EAP) remains active

Health and Wellness Fair at CDCC

Hard to believe it has been 5 years since we started the Health and Wellness Fair

A TIME & PLACE: What size cappuccino?

“What can I get for you?” the barista asks as the familiar sounds of the café fill my ears

OUT THERE: Beauty in the death of a leaf

When many people observe natural phenomena or objects, they often make a quick comment

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The Creston Firefighters Society is in favour of the referendum

We, the men and women firefighters of Creston Fire Rescue, are a not-for-profit society