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Darkwoods Conservation is closed to all public road access due to wildfires

Boat access to Tye along the shore of Kootenay Lake is still permitted.

Darkwoods Conservation is closed to all public road access due to wildfires

Boat access to Tye along the shore of Kootenay Lake is still permitted.

Touring Vancouver musician brings hot new single “Burning Road” to Creston!

Eclectic and entertaining acoustic folk-rocker John Michael Lind debuts new single Burning Road on his 2018 Burning Road Tour.

A new family arrived in Creston

Making friends in a safe and friendly environment.

Sunday Brunch with the Wee Greek

The Sunday Buffet is a local hot spot for Creston Valley residents and can be busy.

CVKL Tourism Advisory Committee and Building East Shore Tourism Steering Committee launch joint visitor survey

The survey will help to better understand visitor trends, opportunities for improvements, and gaps in services.

Potential expansion of the Wildflower Program in Creston

To facilitate, the possible future expansion Wildflower would re-locate the program to the PCSS Campus.

Creston Valley-Kootenay Lake Route Tourism Campaign officially launches

The campaign is the results of nearly a year of hard work by the members of the Creston Valley-Kootenay Lake Tourism Advisory Committee

Board approves an acquisition of land for a new regional park in Crawford Bay

The Board of Directors of the Regional District of Central Kootenay (RDCK) today took the next step in the process to purchase land for a new regional park.

Creston Valley-Kootenay Lake Route tourism campaign kicks off

Launch party marks beginning of year-long campaign promoting area

Lister family loses home to a fire

Creston Valley residents are rallying together to help the family who lost their home.

Public asked to stay vigilant over the long weekend

Evacuation alerts remain in effect

Local businesswoman organizes clothing and household drive to help victims of the flood

Thomas is asking for clean, ready to use clothing, bedding, and new toiletries.

POP, not the fizzy kind

POP, pelvic organ prolapse

The Committee for an Affordable Fire Hall unveils the results of their research

“The Committee has had an investigative team tour fire halls in several communities,” said Committee for an Affordable Fire Hall chairperson, Myrna Johnson.

3rd annual Kootenay Fibre Arts Festival

Fibre artists are encouraged to bring their favorite finished fibre work to the Kootenay Fibre Arts Festival.

Promise in the Void

A lady, loyal Canadian and Creston Valley resident for over 50 years, Eileen sought to work out many of her life experiences through poetry and creative storytelling.

Creston shows support for Humboldt

The nationwide Jersey Day support campaign was inspired by a group of British Columbia hockey moms.

CVKL communities team up to reveal area’s best tourist attractions

Businesses and community groups sought for tourism campaign launching in summer of 2018