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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…

Fall Fair hits century mark

This Friday the 100th Creston Valley Fall Fair will be declared open.

Thunder Cats lose coaches

The Thunder Cats’ search for a new head coach and general manager is underway.

Creston Dragon’s Den returns

A local version of Dragon’s Den will once again put the spotlight on new local businesses.

Fall Fair to include tribute concerts

You won’t want to miss tribute concerts presented by the Creston Valley Fall Fair on September 9th at the PCSS Theatre.

Led Zeppelin tribute to cap concert season

A great season of live summer entertainment wraps up this Saturday with a performance by the Led Zeppelin tribute band Heavy Airship.

Wildfires continue to burn

Cooler temperatures, small amounts of rain, and breezes have brought welcome relief from heavy smoke in the Creston Valley.

Calls to police drop as summer ends

Creston RCMP responded to an unusually low 75 calls from August 21-28.