Creston Valley Advance Staff

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

A perfect storm of technical difficulties

The issue was with website server problems outside of our control.

Creston: 2018 candidates for the Regional District of Central Kootenay

RDCK Area A Director Garry Jackman has been elected by acclamation. 2…

Creston: 12 candidates for council, three for mayor

Council candidates include four incumbents

RDCK crews supporting the wildfire response

RDCK would like to recognize the efforts of RDCK firefighters from a number of fire halls in the region who are helping to fight wildfires.

Creston and area residents reminded to stay informed and be prepared

TOC and the RDCK would like to remind residents and visitors they should be prepared in case conditions change.

UPDATE: Hwy 3 is reduced to single lane alternating traffic 20 km west of Creston

Assessment is ongoing in conjunction with BC wildfire service.

Transit service changes in the Creston Valley

Coming soon improved service to the Community Complex

Energy retrofits for 32 affordable housing buildings

$1.6 million in Trust grants will help improve over 600 units across the Basin

Changes coming to The Creston Valley Advance

Things are about to look a little different around here.

Creston Education Centre to remain open

School District No. 8 has decided that Creston Education Centre will not close

Truth in conversation

Faith in stories that have been passed down through time contains both danger and opportunity.

Audition roll call for the production of Some Fools and Their Money

“These roles are really larger than life, so there’s no way you can play them too big,”

Call for artists and heritage venues

Registration is now open for artists/venues in the Columbia Basin to participate in the Columbia Basin Culture Tour (CBCT).

Joe Trio a new breed of classical musicians

Joe Trio is not your average piano trio

The good ol’ days

I may be dating myself here, but I remember a time when 7-Eleven wasn’t a fast food restaurant.

Budget 2018

Budget 2018 works for the Kootenay region and the entire province.