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Through the SeeClickFix mobile app, residents can submit requests for issues such as pot-holes, graffiti, defective streetlights and more. Users can include a photo and pin the location of the issue to the app’s GPS feature.
The 26-foot light-duty ARBOC Spirit of Freedom buses can carry up to 21 passengers and provide flexibility for up to two mobility aids.
“Financially, it is not feasible to continue with the club sitting idle and no revenue coming in.”
The Ginkgo Biloba is the only surviving species of the Ginkgoales, and Dan Hicks has been on a mission since last summer to bring them back to this side of Canada.
“I was surprised. I wasn’t sure if it was true or not.”
Gusts reached speeds of 50 to 70 km/h, according to Environment Canada. As of Friday, FortisBC is reporting that most affected areas have had their power restored. There are spots throughout the Kootenay Bay region that are still without power.
“Local businesses have carried on with resiliency and strength, meeting their customers’ needs during these challenging times and are doing their best to support the Creston Valley.”
“Leave a message and someone will call you back right away”: Help offered through Creston COVID Support
Services provided by the group are free and confidential, which includes grocery pickup and delivery, medicine pickup, mental health phone support and more
“It gives us the chance to do it together and spend time together.”
A man allegedly responsible for a double homicide in Creston on Wednesday evening was found dead in Salmo.
“Residents in town who detest provincial COVID-19 health measures have stayed true to their word in hosting weekly protests against such orders. The RCMP have also stayed true to their word in issuing consequences to anyone who breaks the law.”
“Through the countless efforts and initiatives to bring cheer to the town, I want to thank the community for reminding me that there is still good in this world.”
Over $79,000 was raised for this year’s edition of the hamper program, with 320 individuals and families in the community receiving a hamper package
The project was completed before its Oct. 31, 2021 deadline
A $2,300 fine can be issued for organizing a non-compliant event, while failure to wear a face-covering in an indoor public space can earn you a $230 fine
“Someone’s child is going to end up dead.”
On Dec. 13, police received a report of loud Christmas playing music outside a residence in Creston
Creston Valley Hospital’s version of the trend was filmed in the first week of December, and features staff from all departments engaging in the dance routine
Since March, Richard Murray has distributed 100 face shields and over 900 ear savers across the community, free of charge.
The program offers a 2021 business licence free of charge, as well as an initial supply of signage, disposable masks and hand sanitizer