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The District of Invermere will be receiving $5,825 which they will put towards the purchase of carbon offset credits
The hometown team with heart left it all on the ice on Saturday, March 2 in front of a cheering home crowd
The Columbia Valley Rockies are looking forward to making their first playoff appearance in five years.
The Columbia Valley Rockies will be heading to the playoffs for the first time in five years.
With six games left in the regular season schedule, the Columbia Valley Rockies are holding on to their playoff spot.
The Rockies sit just one point behind their rivals in Creston, and an extra point would find the team in a playoff position
White golf balls aren't the right colour for this kind of golf
Come out for a chance to catch the "big one" in the Columbia Valley's annual
Local business owner, Elizabeth Shopland, is celebrating her 10th year in the business of nature-inspired living
CBC Radio will feature Invermere's Morgan Child prior to his tour with award-winning musicians.
Local boys follow up win against Golden with victories against Fernie, Kimberley.
This is it! The grand finale. The coup de gras. The fat lady is singing.
Back to school season is upon us, which means you only have three more opportunities to come down to Pynelogs Cultural Centre.
Have you ever been to India? Would you like to take a trip without leaving the Columbia Valley?
As summer keeps sizzling along, the art keeps getting hotter down here at the Pynelogs Art Gallery.
Yet another successful art show has come to a close down at Pynelogs Cultural Centre.
For over 40 years, local potter Pauline Newhouse has been exploring the world of stoneware at her home near Lake Lillian.
Vancouver-based band, Sean Cronin’s Very Good, will be appearing at Pynelogs Cultural Centre on Tuesday (July 31).
Pynelogs highly anticipated annual concert showcase is back for its eighth year.
Well, our first featured artist show of the season has come and gone.