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Creston chamber presenting candidates forum

The Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce an all candidates forum will be taking place in Creston on April 15...
Art auction raises $1,100 for Creston riding program

Art auction raises $1,100 for Creston riding program

Art Trot, a silent auction of donated works of art, raised over $1,100 for the Creston and District Society for Community Living's Therapeutic Riding Program...

The garden: Planned or impromptu?

Years ago, as the only aquaculture student available to answer a phone enquiry, I was asked, “I have a bathtub full of trout fingerlings. ... My family are complaining bitterly. What do I have to do?”
Doctors day declared in Creston

Doctors day declared in Creston

Acting mayor Tanya Ducharme signed a proclamation declaring March 30 Doctors Appreciation Day in Creston...
Celebration honours Creston's Miriam Standen on 100th

Celebration honours Creston's Miriam Standen on 100th

The Creston Valley Seniors Hall on Feb. 18 was packed with family and friends to congratulate Miriam Standen and to celebrate her 100th birthday...

Manitoba town appreciates gifts from Creston

It all started with apples. The people of Shamattawa, Man., with a population of only 1,000, located 1,300 kilometres north of Winnipeg, consider them a luxury.

Time to buy boat permits at CVWMA

If you want to store a boat (canoe, kayak, rowboat or dinghy) on the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area (CVWMA) property, you must purchase a valid annual permit.
Therapeutic Riding Program hosting open house

Therapeutic Riding Program hosting open house

The Creston and District Society for Community Living’s Therapeutic Riding Program invites everyone to visit its facility at 849 Erickson Rd. during an open house on March 26 from 1-3 p.m.

Lose weight the healthy way with Creston-based challenge

Anyone who has tried to lose weight knows that there are thousands of diet plans available — many of them that seemed designed more to separate the dieter from his or her money than the troublesome extra pounds.

Creston Valley Gleaners Society donates over $100,000 to community

The Creston Valley Gleaners Society donated $103,050 to local organizations in 2010, made possible by community donations, customers and Gleaners volunteers, who worked over 27,000 hours last year.