Lorne Eckersley

Cannabis store offers sneak preview

With Town of Creston bylaws and approvals now in place, the opening…

“Immersive Musica Journey” comes to Creston

Home Shall Be Here is a response to the suicides by two…

Council approves Blossom Festival Beer Garden

A request from Casey’s Community House to close 12th Avenue North between…

Police deal with personal disputes

Creston RCMP received 48 calls for assistance, many involving personal disputes, from April 9-15.

New memorial wall at cemetery

In a continuing effort to keep Forest Lawn Cemetery current with evolving…

Family Place transitions to “Neighborhood House”

Since the Town of Creston rallied to save the Creston Education Centre…

Footlighters to present three person show

With an eye toward Theatre BC’s Mainstage Festival, Creston Footlighters will be…

Dog poisoned on run near Kitchener

“She just dropped,” Stolz said. “Her back leg seized in mid-run and she collapsed.”

Barnraiser features LEAP! grads

Eight of the eleven participants in the popular LEAP! Program put their…

Gran Fondo will be a September highlight

With registration now open, it is impossible to predict just how big…

Drug and alcohol impairments keep RCMP busy

Creston RCMP received 55 calls for assistance from April 2-8, Staff Sgt.…

Town closes yard waste drop-off site

Creston residents no longer have an option to drop their yard waste…

People’s Party of Canada arrives in Kootenay – Columbia riding

Kootenay – Columbia riding receives approval for a constituency association.

Council to continue funding WildSafeBC program

Creston Town Council has voted to continue working with WildSafeBC.

Former fire chief named CAO of Town of Creston

Mike Moore, who has been serving as interim CAO since the resignation of Lou Varela, has been named as her replacement.

Police get flurry of social media complaints

Creston RCMP responded to 116 calls for assistance in the two-week period from March 12-26.

Ashram temple wins design award

In front of an audience of more than 400 architects and engineers…

Public art committee thrives

No news is good news for the Creston Valley Public Art Connection.…

Creston Museum gets multiculturalism grant

A $4,000 multiculturalism grant will allow the Creston Museum to celebrate the…

Lister house fire contained

Local firefighters have responded to three blazes this week.