Jenneil Peters

Fine dining comes to Town of Creston

Brendan and Paige Mulder have brought fine dining to Creston with their new restaurant Mulder’s.

Creston Valley Gleaner Society has a growing problem they just can’t get a handle on

The constant “donations” of residents unwanted items, is out of control.

Public invited to informal talk with Mayor for proposed Fire Hall

Mayor Ron Toyota will be having an informal talk open to the public on November 2, 2017

Irene Lanzinger speaks out on the workplace death of 3 workers in Fernie

President of the BC Federation of Labour speaks out on the workplace death of 3 workers in Fernie.

Over a hundred residents turn out to voice their concerns over the Creston Fire Hall Project

100+ concerned residents of Creston turned out for a meeting on Wednesday night

Construction begins on the Trinity United Church

On September 22, 2015, Trinity United Church was affected by a devasting fire

Wildlife conflict in the Creston Valley

Several large grizzlies have been spotted in West Creston this year eating fruit from trees

Local resident focuses business on emerging musicians in the Creston Valley

Local resident Mario Melisse is passionate about music.

RDCK Water Smart System was successful this summer

Residents and business owners were successful in conserving water

Orange Shirt Day Celebrated Throughout SD8

Kootenay Lake students celebrate Orange Shirt Day

Proposed seasonal road closure at Duck Lake Dyke Road in the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area

Creston’s Northern Leopard Frog population hosts the majority of the remaining Leopard Frogs in B.C.

Native people have always worked for a living

Chief Jason Louie of The Lower Kootenay Yaqan Nukiy Band was honored to host Chief Clarence Louie

The Ambassadors and Friends play in Creston one last time

I had the opportunity to sit down with the band The Ambassadors and Friends

Advance welcomes new editor

It’s during this heat wave that I have the distinct pleasure of introducing myself as the new editor

September is Disability Employment Awareness Month

This September marks the fourth annual Disability Employment Month in BC

Creston stands up to violence against women

Kootenai Community Centre Society (KCSS) invited Creston to stand up to violence against women

Creston Valley Visitor Centre has a record breaking year

Creston Valley’s Visitor Centre saw an increase in tourists

Local hockey player dreams of the Olympics

Creston teenager Jenna Nims has dreams of playing hockey in the Winter Olympics for Team Canada.