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The City of Fernie bids adieu to Byron Sarabun, who retired from the City for nearly four decades.
This week's Face of the Valley is Major James James Hägglund. Written by Jennifer Cronin.
This week's face of the valley is Bev Inglis, who was born and raised in Fernie. Written by Jennifer Cronin.
Michael Hepher, owner and artist behind Clawhammer Press, has a knack for the niche arts.
Four Fernie-based photographers have been credited as being in the top 12 Instagram accounts in the Canadian Rockies.
Local artist, Holly Kimola, works in a variety of mediums, including lamp making and leather work.
H2N2 influenza cases already showing up around B.C., strains of influenza B expected to show up by February
A former professional dancer has brought her unique styles to Fernie and hopes to get locals dancing.
Each week, The Free Press profiles a deserving Fernie local. This week's Face of the Valley is Mary Koran.
This week's Face of the Valley is Carolynne Lecavalier, a talented and caring resident.
Artist profile - Pat Moore is a painter and is the featured artist for the Sept. 3, 2015 edition of The Free Press.
The Face of the Valley for the Sept. 3, 2015 edition is Garth Rizzuto.
Face of the Valley for the Aug. 27, 2015 edition is Frank Rambold, a soft-spoken, respectful gentleman.
Each week, a deserving local is chosen and profiled as our Face of the Valley - this week it's Bev Mandel.
This week's Face of the Valley is Corlyn Haarstad. Corlyn is a compassionate, motivated and benevolent face of the Valley.
Mary Jane (MJ) Leppard, (née Chudik) was born the second of four children to father Willie Chudik and mother Norma Bossio.
Willie, as he was known, was born at Morrissey Mines in 1920.
Multiple bear sightings have been reported in Fernie.
Kim was born in Coronach, Sask. to Earl and Iris McPeek.
Floods are the most costly natural disaster in Canada in terms of property damage, and the Elk Valley is not exempt from that.