Editorials

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Conspiracists tamper with Advance newspapers in community boxes

Readers have notified our staff of the unauthorized inserts

  • Mar 3, 2022

 

Kelsey Yates is the new editor of the Creston Valley Advance. (Photo by Aaron Hemens)

Hello from the new editor

“I’m excited to grow roots in this community.”

 

Aaron Hemens is the editor for the Creston Valley Advance. (Photo by Rame Kader)

Editorial: Reconciliation starts with education

“Education was used as a weapon against these children, and while we can’t change what happened, we can certainly educate people to make sure they know what happened”

Aaron Hemens is the editor for the Creston Valley Advance. (Photo by Rame Kader)
Editorial: More LKB neighbours leads to more understanding

Editorial: More LKB neighbours leads to more understanding

“Both proposals for Kinsmen Park serve each party’s stakeholders well. Each has the intention of strengthening and growing community. But only one truly offers a chance to heal the past and change the narrative for the future.”

Editorial: More LKB neighbours leads to more understanding
Aaron Hemens is the editor for the Creston Valley Advance. (Photo by Rame Kader)

Column: Tivoli Theatre’s return makes for a great escape

“Going to the movie theatre pre-pandemic was always a nice retreat. Now, with everything going on in the world, a trip to the movie theatre is akin to a luxurious vacation”

Aaron Hemens is the editor for the Creston Valley Advance. (Photo by Rame Kader)
Aaron Hemens is the editor for the Creston Valley Advance. (Photo by Rame Kader)

A word from the new editor

Aaron Hemens is editor for the Creston Valley Advance

Aaron Hemens is the editor for the Creston Valley Advance. (Photo by Rame Kader)