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CP Holiday Train stopping in Creston

CP Holiday Train stopping in Creston

Creston will once again be treated to a visit by the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train on Monday ...
Offender programs fall short, auditor says

Offender programs fall short, auditor says

The B.C. government is struggling to deal with a record caseload of nearly 24,000 convicted offenders who aren't in jail.
U.S. lawyer heads B.C. police oversight

U.S. lawyer heads B.C. police oversight

The B.C. government has hired the former police oversight specialist from Denver as its first civilian director.
Creston's new town council sworn in

Creston's new town council sworn in

Six town councillors and a mayor were sworn in at a ceremony at Creston Town Hall on Monday night...
BC Ferries appoints new president

BC Ferries appoints new president

BC Ferries' board of directors has appointed senior executive Michael Corrigan to replace outgoing CEO David Hahn.
Santa arrives in Creston Valley

Santa arrives in Creston Valley

The Christmas season was officially kicked off in Creston on Saturday, when Santa arrived during the annual Santa Claus Parade...
Beaudry arrest the highlight of Creston RCMP week

Beaudry arrest the highlight of Creston RCMP week

Creston RCMP had a slow week that was highlighted by the arrest on Nov. 23 of repeat offender Jason Neil Beaudry...
BC Wildlife Federation joins compensation program cut fray

BC Wildlife Federation joins compensation program cut fray

The BC Wildlife Federation wants a separate body to be given oversight of BC Hydro’s Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program
B.C. boomer care study begins

B.C. boomer care study begins

Can the B.C. health care system withstand the retirement of baby boom generation?
Donations needed for Creston Christmas hampers

Donations needed for Creston Christmas hampers

It’s time to donate to the Creston Ministerial Association’s annual food hamper drive...