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Driving-related calls top week for Creston RCMP

Driving-related calls top week for Creston RCMP

Hit and run, crash breaks power pole, driver warned for fingering pedestrian, vehicle nearly hits flagger on Highway 3...
Nine Creston artists joining for Core Matters: Farm and Food, focusing on farming and agriculture

Nine Creston artists joining for Core Matters: Farm and Food, focusing on farming and agriculture

Art show opening Sept. 5 at chamber includes Alfoldys, Arrowsmith, Bachinski, Schloss, Gidman, Hirota, Kunze and McDowell...
UPDATED: Crawford Bay plane crash claims one life

UPDATED: Crawford Bay plane crash claims one life

The pilot, who suffered burns, was medevaced from the scene and is being treated at the hospital.
Creston's Pentecostal changes name to emphasize Christianity

Creston's Pentecostal changes name to emphasize Christianity

Grace Christian Fellowship is the updated brand of Creston's former Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church...
Creston RCMP week includes driving offences, unattended children

Creston RCMP week includes driving offences, unattended children

Creston RCMP responded to 72 calls for service from Aug. 18-24; destroyed over 200 marijuana plants in grow-op bust...
Creston students likely to be out of school next week, as province-BCTF dispute continues

Creston students likely to be out of school next week, as province-BCTF dispute continues

Negotiators from the province and BC Teachers’ Federation have been quiet in recent days, but no sign of a resolution is in sight...
Gray Creek rollover damages trailer, telephone pole

Gray Creek rollover damages trailer, telephone pole

A freak rollover on Highway 3A, just north of the Gray Creek Store, saw a vehicle break off a telephone pole.
Creston golfer places second in Canadian Open Blind Golf Championship low net division

Creston golfer places second in Canadian Open Blind Golf Championship low net division

Darren Douma competed in the tournament held Aug. 5-7 in Truro, N.S., for a net total of 136 to win the silver medal...
Kootenay Employment Services will help disabled find work through $509,000 federal funding

Kootenay Employment Services will help disabled find work through $509,000 federal funding

Creston's KES received over $500,000 in federal funding to help people with disabilities in the region find gainful work...
Creston RCMP destroy over 1,000 pot plants in 11 grow-ops

Creston RCMP destroy over 1,000 pot plants in 11 grow-ops

Eleven small grow-ops, most on the East Shore of Kootenay Lake, were located and destroyed last week...