Jenneil Peters

Choose Natural expands into a holistic healing centre

Choose Natural holistic healing centre focuses on the body, mind, spirit, and emotions for optimal health and wellness.

Creston celebrates Multiculturalism Day

The Creston Refugee Committee has partnered with the Creston Museum to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

Local band 408 plays the Tivoli Theatre

Tickets are available at Black Bear Books.

Retail cannabis in Creston

The Sticky Leaf Cannabis Shop is the only retail cannabis outlet in the Creston Valley.

Summer solstice evening market

Celebrate the bounty the valley has to offer on June 21 from 4-9 pm at Pealow’s Your Independent Grocer in Creston.

LETTER: Thank you all again!

Many thanks to all involved with the Lister 100th anniversary celebrations.

Lightning strikes cause fire in the Creston Valley

Two fires were located on Uri Road in Wynndel.

Walk a mile in her shoes comes to Creston

AM Event Coordination has teamed up with Save-On-Foods and Kootenai Community Centre…

Save-On-Foods commits to reducing food waste

86 Save-On-Foods stores are diverting 100 per cent of their unsalable perishable foods from landfills.

CBT announces funding for affordable housing options for First Nation communities

$585,000 has been allocated to the Lower Kootenay Band to improve 17 existing units.

Kootenay Virtual Reality offering eye-opening fun

Creston’s newest entertainment business, Kootenay Virtual Reality, is the first and only virtual reality (VR) studio located in the Kootenays.

Lister Centennial Celebration

Past and present Lister residents from around the province will be returning…

Once a Tree release new single and anti-bullying video

The new single and video Worth directed and produced by Jayli and…

Creston man arrested and charged in 2015 murder

Nathaniel Jessup 32 of Creston has been charged with the second-degree murder of Katherine McAdam and offering an indignity to a body.

Nathaniel Jessup has been charged with second-degree murder of Katherine McAdam

Jessup and Katherine McAdam are believed to have been casual acquaintances at the time of her death.

The Venue Performance and Visual Arts Centre

Creston musicians and artists of various mediums mourned the closure of the…

Creston gets electric distribution system upgrade

Customers may experience some traffic disruptions and short power outages.

Crawford Bay resident receives the Medal of Bravery

Governor General Julie Payette presented Crawford Bay resident Carol VanRuymbeke with the Medal of Bravery in a ceremony on April 25 in Victoria, BC.

$1,000 reward offered after B.C. dog dies of strychnine poisoning

Topaz, a German Shepherd, collapsed while out on a run with her owner

Non-profit offers $1000 reward in strychnine poisoning on BC trail

Lab test confirms suspicions that the death of a dog on Mount Cowley in the Kitchener area was caused by strychnine.