- Our Town
Michelle Mungall, the NDP MLA for Nelson-Creston and Opposition Critic for Social Development, will be seeking her third term.
The Creston Valley Quilters’ Guild is preparing for their biennial quilt show – called A Basket Full of Quilts.
Creston's local market was named medium-sized Farmers’ Market of the Year and Jen Comer came away as Market Manager of the Year.
The mud and muck and hungry horses reminded me of my adventures in western Ireland.
Creston’s Footlighters Theatre Society is bringing Agatha Christie's story to the stage, but with a modern twist.
Letting go is difficult, and this year the heavy grey skies of our long winter haven’t helped.
Registration is now open for the second annual Creston Weekend Fiddle Workshop in May.
The Fraser Institute compares schools across BC using the scores from standardized tests.
“Bigger and better than ever,” is how Creston Valley Rod & Gun Club president Traven Huscroft described the club’s recent dinner/ auction.
Creston high school teacher Sigurd Askevold died without having achieving his dream of publishing his war-time memoir.
The use of the apostrophe and other grammar issues in downtown Creston.
Alison Masters and Gary Deatherage conceived the Art Challenge Box Project as an artistic form of call and response.
BC Hydro encouraging residents to reduce their home’s electricity use by 10 per cent. If successful, customers can earn a $50 reward
Sigurd Askevold began writing his World War II memoir in the late 1970s
It’s been a little over five years since Micah and Jeremiah Wassink took over Pridham Studio, and the two potters are still hard at work.
“It takes a global village to raise a child,” is the motivation for a new teepee built for Monday’s Family Day events.
A look at the complicated nature of abstract expressionism.
Sea, Army and Air Cadets gathered in Castlegar last week for a sports weekend.
Creston Valley agriculture gets a province-wide audience when Flavours of the West Coast airs an episode filmed here last summer on CHEK TV.
Advance publisher reviewed the long-awaited book written by a former Creston teacher, the late Sigurd Askevold.
Creston Psychologist Deanna Rumohr, on leave from School District 8 to pursue her doctorate in Philadelphia, discussed her experiences.
Focusing on the healing properties of herbs, Creston's Tilia Botanicals offers locally produced remedies and so much more.
"While I like being there, I am terrible at getting there," says Advance columnist Chris Brauer
Creston's Fields Forward sponsors project to bring together arts and agriculture.
Thanks to a local volunteer, Creston elementary school students are getting some insight on entrepreneurship and financial literacy.