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Creston RCMP responded to 67 calls for assistance from June 12-19.
In my nearly three decades of writing this column I have written one in support of free trade.
In what seems to be the Lower Kootenay Band version of The…
For many Kootenay residents, summer means the arrival of loud motorcycles. Now…
Innovative grazing practices build more soil, grow better pastures, raise healthier herds and adapt to climate change.
Creston Town Council is not ready to set a date for another referendum to finance a new fire hall.
Creston RCMP responded to 89 calls for assistance, many involving relationship disputes,…
Creston’s Chef Jo-Anne Schultz is combining her love of people with her…
Opportunities for recreation are an important consideration for many when they are looking for housing.
For the first time since we moved to BC 39 years ago, I have felt like my car’s licence plate is a liability as I drive along Alberta highways and city roads.
For nearly 30 years Sean Arthur Joyce has worked in the Kootenays as a freelance journalist while also writing poetry.
The Creston Valley Rotary Club has constructed a shed to protect the historic logging arch in front of the Creston Museum.
Eric and Donna Kutzner worked with Kootenay Region Association for Community Living to create Spectrum Farms.
Fast charging stations are making electric vehicle ownership feasible for Kootenay residents and tourists.
US border officials can and do ask Canadians if they have ever used marijuana.
Area A Director Garry Jackman objections to work planned for the Kootenay Lake Ferry terminal at Balfour.
Vanessa Farnsworth became one of the province’s best-known victims of Lyme Disease after sustaining not one, but two tick bites about a decade ago.
Proud parents Tom and Tenniel Greentree sat and smiled as their teenage son, Ethan was named Creston Valley’s 2018 Junior Citizen of the Year.
According to the calendar, summer is still nearly a month away but,…
“Putting these logos on the vehicles is a visible sign of our support for the Yaqan Nukiy people,” Currie said, adding that the program was a first for British Columbia.