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Creston residents asked to donate to Thanksgiving Food Drive
Put your donations outside for Saturday, Sept. 25
Creston Valley sawmill has operated locally for 94 years
In honour of National Forest Week, here's a look at one of our local sawmills
Ask Your Funeral Director: The Growing Trend of a Living Funeral
There is one small difference from a traditional funeral… the person being honoured is still alive
Rec Perspectives: A Small Win for Recreation
'Even though some program participation will require proof of vaccination, it means we at least have the ability to offer it.'
Creston Fire Rescue Report for Sept. 1 to 19
Reminder to residents that open burning in the municipality is ONLY allowed during April and October with a permit
Creston RCMP Report: Theft of lawn mower and popcorn machine from local businesses
The Creston RCMP received 145 calls for assistance from Sept. 5 to 17.
Celebrating National Forest Week in the Creston Valley
From Sept.19 to 25, take a walk to appreciation our local forests
Town of Creston preliminary byelection results announced
Baldwin and Eisler will be taking the two open seats on council
Acts of Hope: A Great Mind Turning
'If we are to realize even a glimpse of an enjoyable post-oil future, we have to change our minds about what we are doing here.'
Creston commits to 100% renewable energy by 2050
'Creston is setting the path forward for other rural communities like theirs to live healthier, safer, and cleaner lives.'
Creston’s 3rd annual film festival rescheduled
The 7th Siding International Festival of Film will be shown at Tivoli Theatre on Sept. 27
General voting day for town byelection this Saturday
Voters can head to Upper Rotacrest Hall on Saturday, Sept. 18 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Hope lives on through Canadian hero Terry Fox
41 years after Terry Fox ran, his legacy continues to thrive
Lit: The Rights of the Community
'We're all in this together, whether we like it or not.'
What to do in Creston for Sept. 17 to 23
Not sure what to do this week? We've got you covered!
Letter: Campaign Signs Vandalized
'Signs for candidates Nora Maddocks and Bill Hutchinson have been targeted around town.'
Creston’s Town Hall vandalized with red paint
Red paint was found all over the front doors, steps, and railing on Sept. 13
Letter: In Support of the PCSS Name Change
'To a teenager in the 80s, (the name Prince Charles) didn't make sense and didn't foster pride. How much more so to a teenager in the 2020s?'
Valley Views: The Old and the New
'I appreciate living in a rural community where both the old and the new are valued.'
KIJHL prepares for upcoming 2021-22 season
The Creston Valley Thunder Cats first game will take place on Oct. 1 against Fernie