Creston Valley Advance Staff

Obscene phone calls keep RCMP busy

Several cases involved a number of obscene phone calls made to a Creston business.

Creston Fire Rescue respond to seven calls

Creston Fire Rescue responded to nine calls from June 5 – June 11.

RCMP respond to reports of mischief

Creston RCMP received 26 calls for assistance from June 4-10, Staff Sgt.…

Women Entrepreneurship Strategy Ecosystem Fund invests in BC Women Entrepreneurs

Women’s Enterprise Centre receives funding to expand support for rural, immigrant, Indigenous BC women business owners.

Town of Creston receives $200,000 from CBT for Creston Education Centre purchase

The Town of Creston has received a $200,000 grant from Columbia Basin…

Creston Fire Rescue respond to nine calls

Creston Fire Rescue responded to nine calls from May 28 – June 3.

Program B.C. Air Access grant for Creston Airport

The Creston airport will use the grant funding for an airside storage building.

Police respond to a suspicious occurrence in West Creston

Police received 112 calls for assistance from May 14 to May 23.

Creston Fire Rescue respond to 11 calls from May 14-May 21

Creston Fire Rescue responded to 11 calls from May 14-21 as reported…

MLA Michelle Mungall welcomes over $30,000 in grant funding for crime prevention in Creston

“Ending violence against women is essential for the wellbeing of any community, including ours,” said Mungall.

RDCK Board declares climate action imperative

In response to climate change, the RDCK has several commitments and projects underway that consider mitigation and adaptation strategies for climate change.

Registration now open for Regional Energy Efficiency Program

The Regional District of Central Kootenay (RDCK) has announce that the Regional…

Community buildings get energized

Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce and Trinity United Church will be acquiring renewable energy upgrades to their community buildings in the near future.

Creston Public Library Association receives $19,830 from CBT

Access to state-of-the-art technology can spark opportunities to learn, connect and bring…

Novelist highlights police report in podcast

Creston’s weekly police report has a fan in Deryn Collier, a former Creston resident now living in Nelson.

Joanna Wilson has been re-elected to Creston town council

By Brian Lawrence Following a judicial recount, Coun. Joanna Wilson has been…

Judicial recount will take place on Friday

Town of Creston chief election officer Stacey Hadley applied for the recount “due to the closeness of the ballot count,” as stated in an Oct. 29 news release.

Polls are now closed

Voters in 162 municipalities in B.C. set to elect mayor, council, school board and more

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