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According to DriveBC, the incident occurred between Yahk-Meadow Creek Road and Ryan Bridge, about 7.5 km east of Yahk.
The “View Point: A Fibre-Based Exploration of the Natural World” exhibit features the fibre works of 20 artists — all of whom are women — from throughout the Columbia Basin Trust region
The former Erickson reservoir will be addressed first, which will begin by removing dirt berms and filling the reservoir.
Kanickaisamy Lawrence was barely nine-years-old when he developed an interest in becoming a priest.
The marsh landscape mural was defaced in early February by a graffiti tag
This was the first time the municipality has honoured the Yaqan Nukiy — the original inhabitants of the land where the Creston Valley is situated — before one of their meetings.
8 participants will receive free hands-on lessons on filmmaking from various experts in the industry to help produce a film that contributes to discussions surrounding mental health, diversity and addiction
Swift Internet Inc. received $105,000 in funding to help improve the speed and reliability of internet access for those in the area
In the past week, 10 to 12 customers have called in or stopped by the store requiring assistance after their gadgets were corrupted and bank accounts compromised
It was around 25 years ago when Robert Klein got the idea to create stone oil lamps from rocks, after a geologist presented him with two one-inch core samples
Town of Creston recommends increasing budget for emergency services building project from $5.4 million to $7 million
The town has cited rising construction costs exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic as a significant factor in driving the surge in the budget
“To reiterate, the military was not blowing holes in the ground for laughs and giggles … This was an event designed to further the development and growth of both parties.”
A total of nine craters were created through demolitions, where the goal is to have them serve as future habitats for ducks and geese.
The 1920’s style Speakeasy tapas lounge won the best in customer service for small businesses award, as well as the best in hospitality and tourism award.
The facility will produce juices from fruits and vegetables, package vegetables for institutions, bottle jams, freeze-dry products into powders and provide other food processing services.
There are two, 600 sq. ft., small homes currently in the works that are expected to be completed in April.
“The front-line workers deserve so much more”: Creston readers react to latest issue of the Fun Pape!
The free paper’s latest issue features misinformation and anti-COVID-19 health regulations rhetoric, which come in the form of paid advertising on its front and back pages.
Investigators believe that this incident was targeted and isolated in nature.
“Love Letters to the Creston Valley” initiative to support local businesses, show love for the region
Writers of all ages can pen a short-letter, poem or story expressing their love for the Creston Valley, where they will be entered into a random draw for a chance to win a $25 gift card from one of 40 local businesses.
“I wonder what this truck has seen. What stories could it tell? Let’s just let it tell those stories.”