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Bears can now be seen out on the trails after waking up from hibernation
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“Wind disorders” can be chaotic in nature and can often move around the body from place to place
“We can definitely work from the funeral homes perspective to create a greener burial if this is what our families are looking for.”
Betsy Brierley, who was born and raised in Creston, starting experiencing symptoms from an autoimmune disease at age 45
“Tell them there is healing, cleansing for every soul. There is a place for them at the Lord’s table. He is waiting to bid them welcome.”
The LKB social development worker gave out 20 garden starter kits for the growing season
The past year has been a rewarding year for PAWS caring for animals in need
On April 18, the CFR responded to a total of 12 incidents due to a wind storm. Trees had fallen and impacted power lines. Small fires spread due to the wind.
On April 22, a vehicle that had accidently driven into a Telus power box on 16 Street caused service outages in town and extensive damage. RCMP are continuing the investigation.
By Rosie Wijenberg, WildSafeBC community co-ordinator Spring has arrived in the Kootenays…
“If we all jump on board, Creston has a real shot in winning.” The ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge starts on June 1!
Opening day will be on Saturday, April 24
In celebration of Earth Day, local Creston Climate Action group is inviting…
Frisky Whisky is now offering a lunch takeout menu and take-home cocktail kits
“Some important ideas that I always keep in the back of my mind regarding my self-care are getting rest when possible, eating healthy and staying hydrated, connecting with loved ones, learning healthy ways to express myself, and turning to gratitude and thankfulness.”
A horse was found deceased with multiple gun shot wounds. The investigation is on going.
“You may not get to go to Iceland, Greenland, or the Canadian Arctic, but you can still see many arctic species of plants and flowers by touring our Kootenay alpine meadows and rock-turf slopes.”
“I realized that one of the first procedures that the school district is expected to follow is to ‘purchase locally, whenever and wherever possible’.”
There has been a total of 47 cases in the community since January 2020