Jenneil Peters

Creston Valley citizen scientists are invited to join mushroom field study

Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) will host two mushroom-foraging events on its…

Loud explosion rocks Creston in early morning hours

A loud explosion awoke residents in the vicinity of 10th Avenue North…

Creston Valley Arts Council celebrated 50th anniversary with live art auction

Art lovers were invited to bid on and take home one of 30 pieces of original juried art by artists from Alberta and B.C. including a limited-edition signed Robert Bateman publisher’s print.

Kootenay residents rally in support of ferry workers

Residents from the East and West Shore of Kootenay Lake are taking part in a “unity sailing” and rally at the ferry landings in Balfour and Kootenay Bay starting at 3 p.m. on Oct. 4.

Creston entrepreneurs and students support global climate strike

Local entrepreneurs Daniel Secor and Christine Park from Summit Cycles and Sports…

Creston Valley residents protest dredging of West Arm of Kootenay Lake

A group of protestors boarded the 9 a.m. ferry at Kootenay Bay…

Books for Kids Campaign aiming for $30,000

The Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy’s (CBAL) annual Books for Kids campaign…

Creston Valley Tennis Club mixed doubles tournament attracts East Kootenay tennis players

The Creston Valley Tennis Club hosted a mixed doubles tournament Sept. 7.…

Take Back the Night returns to Creston

Take Back the Night raises awareness about violence against women

Creston Valley students celebrate National Foresty Week with forest field trip

Creston Valley Grades 4, 5 and 6 students participated in the fifth…

Social singles event comes to Creston

Yvonne De Laive, founder of Mindset Habits and Rick Brown, director of…

CVMHA junior novice division hosts cookbook fundraiser

The Creston Valley Minor Hockey Association junior novice division is hosting a…

Creston Valley residents and students take part in global climate strike

A dozen B.C. cities joined millions of people around the globe in one of the largest environmental protests in history.

The invasion of the American Bullfrog in the Creston Valley

The invasive American Bullfrog has been migrating from Idaho into the Creston…

Casey’s Community House jail and bait fundraiser was a success

Cops for Kids rode through Creston on Sept. 10. In anticipation of…

Creston Rat Patrol makes presentation to council

Tuesday‘s Creston town council meeting opened with a presentation from Dallas Magrum…

Downtown Creston activity hub for Kootenay Lake Gran Fondo

Downtown Creston will be a hub of activity on Saturday when the…

Creston Valley Winecrafters supports local fruit producers in the valley

Sandra Heykamp and Kevin Everitt will celebrate their first year in business…

Scarecrow Festival was a success

The second annual Scarecrow Festival took place Sept. 3-7 in conjunction with…

101st Creston Valley Fall Fair celebrates local agriculture

The Creston Valley Fall Fair will celebrate its 101st year Sept. 5-7…