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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.”
“Moving to a small town in the midst of a global pandemic to serve at the helm of a community newspaper has been an interesting experience, to say the least.”
38 per cent of high school students are registered in the program
It was nearly 20 years ago when Victoria Henriksen and Heath Carra decided to trade in Calgary’s big city life for all the peace, quiet and seclusion that Boswell has to offer.
There are over a dozen learning kits available to borrow, which includes a build-your-own computer kit, circuit board kits, robot kits, a drone and more.
In October 2007, Zaudanawng “Jay-Dan” Maran and his friends encountered a woman being sexually assaulted by two Myanmar soldiers.
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.”