Lorne Eckersley

Hospice continues to serve

For more than 30 years, volunteers with the Creston Valley Hospice Society…

This is the Life – That was a week

It seemed to fly by, as weeks do when they are exceptionally…

Bad behaviour dominates police week

Bad behaviour, some fueled by alcohol, was the running theme as Creston RCMP responded to 57 calls for assistance from April 10-17, Staff Sergeant Ryan Currie said on Tuesday.

South Selkirk caribou herd now unsustainable

The already tiny population’s drop was discovered in an aerial census this spring.

Creston begins search for new Town Manager

The Town of Creston will seek to fill the position with a candidate uniquely suited to the community and its strategic priorities,” Toyota said.

Town to purchase CEC, keep all programs in place

In what the seller and buyer refer to as “a collaborative solution” the Creston Education Centre property will be acquired by the Town of Creston.

Directors recommend continuation of Physioworks lease

Creston Physioworks & and More has been a tenant since the addition of an aquatic centre and major upgrades to the complex were completed.

Public art connection makes an impact

In the short time of the Creston Valley Public Art Connection’s existence,…

Council gets request for another public washroom

A Wynndel resident appeared before Creston Town Council at Tuesday’s regular meeting to request the addition of public washrooms.

A Break in Time Caffé gets a new look

The renos have been more than a simple facelift.

This is the Life – On the level

The series that continues today, about a Lister resident who had a bad experience with the RDCK building department

Staff to be moved out of fire hall

Fire Chief Mike Moore and others are being moved out of their Fire Hall offices.

Building permit and inspections fail to protect homeowner

In this third and final installment, we ask RDCK Area A Director Garry Jackman, who has a civil engineering and construction background, to comment.

Firefighter compensation varies across region

Creston Fire Chief Mike Moore was asked to outline his department’s compensation policy.

This is the Life – 70? Say it ain’t so!

When I heard on the radio last Tuesday that Bobby Orr had turned 70 I did a double take.

Building permit, inspections, fail to protect

After getting approval on the first two RDCK inspections of her new covered deck in Lister, property owner Lori Eyben was not prepared for the results of the third and final inspection.

Creston property tax increase in line with cost of living

Council and Town staff have worked to create a budget with a spending increase in line with the cost of living.

Thefts, drinking drivers and mischief highlight police week

Creston RCMP responded to 64 calls for service from March 20-27, a week in which thefts and drinking drivers dominated, Staff Sergeant Ryan Currie said on Tuesday.

Carpet dumpers get attention

A video that went viral locally on Monday has the Town of Creston on the lookout for a pair of carpet dumpers.

Jeanie Tronningsdal turns 100

Jeanie Shank (Clark) Tronningsdal was all smiles when a plate of cake and ice cream was served to her at Swan Valley Lodge.