R.T. Rice at Canucks hockey camp
CBT funding helps makerspace get closer to reality
Search and Rescue come in from two ways to find and save man who fell in the water
Three bears were put down in under a week in Invermere's CastleRock neighbourhood.
Not enough time assigned for flaggers by Ministry of Transportation, according to Radium councillors and RCMP Sgt.
Radium Council looks at Parks Canada work at last Council meeting
Columbia Basin Trust program helps homeowners save water
Baby Shawn more than 13 lb. at birth, coming two weeks before his due date.
Shawn Tyson Williams Burgoyne was born on Monday, May 15th weighing in at 13 pounds and nine and a half ounces.
Local authorities in the Columbia Valley have been preparing for a potential flood in this region
District gets launch ready for busy summer boating season
Public hearing held to discuss rezoning, could include possible hotel use
Bighorn sheep health has become an issue Parks Canada and the province of British Columbia are actively investigating.
As spring begins in the Valley, more young wildlife are leaving their mothers and exploring a new territory
The Association of Kootenay and Boundary Local Governments (AKBLG) recently held its annual convention in Rossland recently
The Columbia Valley Swim Club gives kids survival skills and an opportunity to volunteer
Defamation case against local mayor comes to a verdict
Announcement of an imposed tariff on Canadian softwood lumber has caused much debate over what will happen to Canada’s forestry industry.
New signage coming for Source of The Columbia in Canal Flats
Radium is the proud owner of a new street sweeper, already put to use cleaning up the local streets.