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Kootenay boy, 10, brave in the face of cancer

Fernie Ghostriders vs. Kimberley Dynamiters game to raise funds for young fan fighting cancer

Why film photography is less work (and more fun) than digital

A conversation with Nelson photographers Fred Rosenberg and Thomas Nowaczynski

Creston residents raise awareness, challenge stigma of dementia

Creston residents are invited to visit the campaign’s dedicated website to learn more about the people getting on with their lives in spite of dementia.

  • Jan 22, 2019

COLUMN: Full Circle Health – Breast Cancer 401

Cancer Related Fatigue (CRF) is experienced by 70 - 100% going through breast cancer treatment.

  • Jan 17, 2019

COLUMN: From the Centre – Starting the New Year

Hit the ground running.

  • Jan 17, 2019

COLUMN: Book Drop – Read what you like

Despite having a degree in capital “L” literature, I like to read some pretty junky books.

  • Jan 10, 2019
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Five tricks to avoid holiday weight gain
See our best photographs from 2018
How to keep your Christmas tree fresh
Trail Pipe Band Tribute to WWI

WATCH: Giving the special needs community a Night to Shine

Global event offers people with special needs a full prom experience in Chilliwack, Surrey

COLUMN: Creston Kids Outside – Neighbourhood Play

Let’s look to our neighbourhoods this spring and summer to help encourage kids of all ages to get outdoors!

  • Jan 14, 2019

New dog greeter spreading smiles at prestigious B.C. hotel

Trained as a guide dog, Winston was ‘too friendly’ for official service

B.C. man drives all night to get photo of rare duck

Local ‘bird-nerd’ gets shot of Mandarin Duck

VIDEO: Theo the 800-pound pig finds a home on Vancouver Island

An 800-pound rescued Langley pig, named Theodore, is off to a livestock sanctuary on the Island.

When dementia becomes a reality

Creston physician Dr. Nerene Kleinhans walks readers through the story of a family dealing with dementia

  • Jan 10, 2019

YEAR IN REVIEW: Refugee committee active with advocacy and fundraising

The Creston Refugee Committee has brought a total of 100 refugees to the valley and provided social/financial support for the first year of residence in Canada.

  • Jan 5, 2019

Falls don’t discriminate – be prepared for winter

When the weather gets treacherous, take these steps to keep safe:

  • Dec 30, 2018