Lorne Eckersley

Referendum passes, three new faces on Town Council

Creston Mayor Ron Toyota will be working with three incumbents and three…

A toast to friendship

The public is invited to a book launch this Saturday, October 27 from 2-4 pm at the Creston Public Library.

RDCK and School Trustee results

Tanya Wall has been elected to her second term as RDCK Area B.

Toyota returns for fourth term

Creston Mayor Ron Toyota will be working with three incumbents and three new councillors.

Peppered Pig slays the Dragon

The competition on Wednesday night at Prince Charles Theatre featured five local business owners vying for a $1,000 gift certificate from Creston Save-On-Foods.

The politics of fear

In a chat with my boss earlier this week I told him that for the first time in my career I am actually wondering about my personal safety.

Town Council candidates draw a crowd

More than 200 people filed into Prince Charles Theatre to learn more about Creston Town Council election candidates.

CBT grant will help ease cost of Creston Education Centre purchase

Creston Town Council got good news from Director of Finance Steffan Klassen…

Police deal with minor disputes

Creston RCMP responded to 68 calls for assistance, including numerous disputes, from…

Consultant says referendum for fire hall borrowing is a new opportunity

“The No vote wasn’t a failure. It was a fair choice and presented the opportunity to reset, to start again.”

Police deal with threats and mental health issues

Creston RCMP responded to 73 calls for assistance from September 25 to October 2.

Thunder Cats split pair of games

Home ice wasn’t an advantage for the Creston Valley Thunder Cats on the weekend.

Arbitrator confirms decision on not to remove Chief Jason Louie from office

Chief Jason Louie and Council Sandra Luke will not be removed from office.

Area C residents invited to candidates forum

Area C residents are invited to a forum to hear from the…

Town Council amends five-year plan

Creston Town Council amended its Five-Year Financial Plan at Tuesday’s regular Council meeting.

Busy times

The coming months promise to be interesting as the campaigns for the October 20 local government elections and the Fire Hall borrowing referendum get underway.

RCMP deal with a variety of issues

Creston RCMP responded to 58 calls for assistance from September 18-25.

Binks pulls out of Area C election race

The campaign to represent Area C voters in the October 20 local…

This is the Life – A historical visit

Last week we flew to what I am now thinking of as…

Leadership camp entries open

Creston and Nelson Rotary clubs are once again partnering with School District…