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Ministry of Transportation declares Highway 3 from Fernie ski hill to Cranbrook a level A priority.
Montreal Guitar Trio will play The Arts Station in Fernie on Nov. 16.
Annual Ski Swap and the Fernie Ski and Board Film Fest took over the Fernie Community Centre on Nov. 5.
Wildsafe is going into hibernation for the winter months and will re-emerge in the spring.
Over one hundred gather for indie film screening.
Fernie Ghostriders defeat Columbia Valley Rockies and Nelson Leafs.
Fernie Rotary hosts the Festival of Trees and does their best to help many local organizations with the event's proceeds.
Edmonton based music group, Tallest to Shortest, are bringing their tight and twisty fluid surf-rock sound to the Royal on November 5.
The Fernie Ghostriders had their winning streak come to a close over the weekend.
Between noon on Oct. 29 and noon Oct. 30 a relatively new bridge was vandalized. The bridge was pulled from it's original location.
Ascent to Powder and Winter of our Discontent had their Fernie premiers at the Vogue Theater.
This band combines their lighthearted and goofy approach with their punk/rock influences to create a fast, energetic and loud show.
The next edition of Indie Films Fernie is Into the Forest which will be screened at the Vogue Theatre on Nov. 6 at 5 p.m.
Ethan Heavey recognized as one of the Whitecaps FC Academy Centre Players of the Year.
An estimated 400 people attended the Great Pumpkin Hunt.
Events at Sparwood Recreation Centre in full-swing.
Environmental Monitoring Committee holds annual public meeting in Sparwood.
Many of the Elk Valley’s fire departments held events or activities over Fire Prevention Week from October 9to 15
The focus of the author event is Macdonald’s new book Surviving City Hall.
While the Elk Valley R.F.C Bulls didn’t get their ticket to the Saratoga Cup this year, the team had another great year.