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Elbows up as legislature winds down

Elbows up as legislature winds down

RCMP report quiet Blossom Festival

Creston RCMP responded to 98 calls from May 17-23, Staff Sgt. Gord Steward said on Tuesday.

Creston and District Credit Union announces new awards

To celebrate its 60th Anniversary, Creston & District Credit Union has announced it will make two $25,000 awards to community groups this summer...
Clark takes her seat in B.C. legislature

Clark takes her seat in B.C. legislature

Premier Christy Clark took her seat in the B.C. legislature Monday, to square off with the NDP opposition for the first time since being selected as leader of the B.C. Liberal Party.
Millions of HST ballots ready to mail

Millions of HST ballots ready to mail

Parents demand SD8 inquiry

Parents demand SD8 inquiry

Trafalgar Middle School's parent advisory council has written to the SD8 board asking for an outside consultant to look at "efforts to engage parents in key education issues, including but not limited to the recent discussions over French immersion enrollment."

Creston’s Swan Valley Swingers get set to do one last do-si-do

For over 20 years, an annual square dance festival has marked the end of the season for the Swan Valley Swingers. But this year’s festival at the West Creston Hall marks the final event for the group, which is shutting down after more than 40 years...

Town of Creston financial report reveals salary costs

Creston Town Council passed a motion Tuesday accepting a financial report that must be forwarded to the provincial government. In that report was a summary of the salaries and expenses of non-union employees...
Yale treaty going ahead despite protests

Yale treaty going ahead despite protests

Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce introduces new manager

Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce introduces new manager

It’s fitting that Jim Jacobsen is the executive director of the Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce