Creston Valley

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BC Tree Fruits forms new partnership packed with ‘excitement’

BC Tree Fruits and forms partnership with Mangal Capital Inc

 

Columnist Margaret Miller is a longtime Creston Valley resident. (File photo)

Valley Views: Water Worries

‘There are many in our world without an adequate supply of year-round freshwater.’

 

Jason Meidl is the funeral director at Creston Valley Funeral Services.

Ask Your Funeral Director: What happens to bones during cremation?

‘During cremation, the body is exposed to extremely high temperatures.’

 

Acupuncture can help treat stress. (Pixabay)

Natural Health Approach: Relaxing From Stress

By Paul Gaucher Having mild stress in our lives is beneficial towards…

Acupuncture can help treat stress. (Pixabay)
Freida Whales reading at Drag Story Time on Jan. 28, 2023 (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)

Lit: Love Wins at Libraries

‘In Creston, we are committed to making sure that members of the LGBTQ+ community and their families feel welcome, supported, and safe in our library space.’

Freida Whales reading at Drag Story Time on Jan. 28, 2023 (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)
Councillor Keith Baldwin. (Photo by Kelsey Yates)
Councillor Keith Baldwin. (Photo by Kelsey Yates)
(Phil McLachlan/Capital News/Stock)

Creston RCMP Report: Prolific offender turns herself in

From Jan. 16 to 29, 104 calls for service were received

(Phil McLachlan/Capital News/Stock)
Living Lakes Canada is seeking public insight to understand concerns and priorities around freshwater. The Columbia River was very low at Gyro Park Beach in Trail, Jan. 23, 2023. Photo: Trail Times

Help Lower Columbia-Kootenay stewardship streamline freshwater priorities

Living Lakes Canada has 3 in-person meetings, 1 Zoom meeting and online survey to participate in

Living Lakes Canada is seeking public insight to understand concerns and priorities around freshwater. The Columbia River was very low at Gyro Park Beach in Trail, Jan. 23, 2023. Photo: Trail Times
Parents Warren Blackmore and Jayden Currie show off their bundle of joy, Vienna Blackmore, along with big brother Noah. (Submitted)

Creston family welcomes first baby of 2023

Vienna Blackmore was born on Jan. 4

Parents Warren Blackmore and Jayden Currie show off their bundle of joy, Vienna Blackmore, along with big brother Noah. (Submitted)
On Jan. 13, the Creston Lions Club donated $5,000 to the East Kootenay Foundation for Health 2023 Starlite Campaign. (Courtesy of Creston Lions)
On Jan. 13, the Creston Lions Club donated $5,000 to the East Kootenay Foundation for Health 2023 Starlite Campaign. (Courtesy of Creston Lions)
Thomas “Tommy” Robert Linthorne. (RCMP photo)
Thomas “Tommy” Robert Linthorne. (RCMP photo)

Creston RCMP arrest prolific offender

Thomas Linthorne was taken into custody on Jan. 16

Thomas “Tommy” Robert Linthorne. (RCMP photo)
Thomas “Tommy” Robert Linthorne. (RCMP photo)
A person was rescued from falling through the ice at Duck Lake. (Pixabay)

Creston fire departments assist with ice rescue at Duck Lake

A person fell through the ice on Jan. 20

A person was rescued from falling through the ice at Duck Lake. (Pixabay)
Come on a film journey in the outdoors with us on Feb. 4. (Photo courtesy of Wildsight Creston)
Come on a film journey in the outdoors with us on Feb. 4. (Photo courtesy of Wildsight Creston)
ArtSpace members Gay Allen, Sue Binsted, Illana Camera, Nina Drew-Dzafovic, Anne Fetterly, Britney Fitch, Janet Holder, Shelly Lamb, Maggie Leal-Valias, Johanna MacRae, Alison Masters, Aum Nichol, Renee Poitras, Mallory Simon, Alison Szpak, Jaye Benoit, Marnie Temple, and Karen Tschierschwitz gathered to display their work at Tilted Brick Gallery on Friday, Jan. 13 for a group show. (Photo by Kelsey Yates)

ArtSpace hosts group show at Tilted Brick Gallery

Last Friday, artists brought their talents together to host a group show…

ArtSpace members Gay Allen, Sue Binsted, Illana Camera, Nina Drew-Dzafovic, Anne Fetterly, Britney Fitch, Janet Holder, Shelly Lamb, Maggie Leal-Valias, Johanna MacRae, Alison Masters, Aum Nichol, Renee Poitras, Mallory Simon, Alison Szpak, Jaye Benoit, Marnie Temple, and Karen Tschierschwitz gathered to display their work at Tilted Brick Gallery on Friday, Jan. 13 for a group show. (Photo by Kelsey Yates)
Creston Concert Society starts a new season with Wind in the Barley. (Pixabay)
Creston Concert Society starts a new season with Wind in the Barley. (Pixabay)
Creston RCMP Report. (Black Press Media stock photo)

Creston RCMP Report: Man arrested for assault after break-up

Ryan Schubert was arrested and charged on Jan. 10

Creston RCMP Report. (Black Press Media stock photo)
Letters to the editor. (File photo)

LETTER: The benefits of living in a tight-knit community

A Creston Valley resident expresses gratitude to a helpful neighbour

Letters to the editor. (File photo)
“Think on These Things” is a column written by retired Creston Pastor Ian Cotton.

Think on These Things: Lift Up Jesus and Walk with Him

By Ian Cotton, retired Seventh-day Adventist Pastor I have contributed articles to…

“Think on These Things” is a column written by retired Creston Pastor Ian Cotton.
Columnist Margaret Miller is a longtime Creston Valley resident. File photo

Valley Views: Why all the fuss?

‘Not everyone is enthusiastic about the celebration of a new year.’

Columnist Margaret Miller is a longtime Creston Valley resident. File photo

Kootenay Hypopressive: Women’s healthy aging

Carmen Ditzler can help women navigate body changes as they age