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Fresh designs with recycled materials promote conservation

Designer Peggy Black seriously dislikes plastic water bottles, a message she conveyed…

NDP and Liberals battle it out locally

In the days leading up to the election, Tom Shypitka and Randal Macnair have entered into a dispute.

Awthentrix offer music therapy

A group of local artists known as the Awthentrix will be offering…

Competing for best body paint

It’s a funny thing being a body paint artist. You show up…

Golf pro returns home

In 2007, Max Sherwood received an offer he could not refuse. The…

City challenges census results in hopes of avoiding substantial rise in policing costs

The City of Fernie is challenging the results of the 2016 census…

Provincial candidates answer questions at the Fernie Curling Club

There was some tension between candidates on April 19 as the Fernie…

Dolphins host swim meet

Over the weekend, 298 swimmers participated in the annual Dolphins Swim Meet.

Larsen Whelan Enterprises wins two Canadian Home Builders Georgie Awards

The Georgies are widely recognized as the Academy Awards of B.C. home building.

Alexandria Maillot – child prodigy

Vancouver Island musical sensation Alexandria Maillot was something of a child prodigy.…

CP Rail relocating 73 locomotive engineers

CP Rail relocating 73 locomotive engineers

Adventurer Jon Turk talks at Mappy Hour event

Turk is a 71-year old author, adventurer, explorer and environmentalist

Homeless in Fernie

The ski bum who fell through the cracks

Brulotte makes historical run

Local becomes the first physically disabled tandem sit skier to heli-ski in Canada.

Giv’Er Shirt Works gives back

Giv’Er Shirt Works gives back

City amends patio policy

On March 13, council approved changes to the city’s bylaws that will make it easier for businesses to acquire patios.

Memories of Michel at the Sparwood Museum

To see her childhood home in the long gone community of Michel, Margaret Savilow needs to go to the museum.

Committee unveils strategy to control Koocanusa campers

On March 23, authorities announced the completion of the Koocanusa Recreation Strategy.

Bronze statue stands in memory of lost miners

Over 400 people attended a ceremony in Sparwood’s Titan Park to observe the 50th anniversary of the Balmer North mine disaster.