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Diagnosed with spastic cerebral palsy when he was young, Matthew Corkum supports inclusive sports programs
State still has one of highest addiction rates in country
31,755-hectare blaze hasn’t grown significantly since Sept. 15
The Free Press asked all 16 candidates for Fernie city council a reader question about greenhouse gas emissions
East Kootenay Climate Hub will be posting responses from all candidates in the B.C. election
Work of about 10 of the First Nations band’s artists featured
Canadians next play Australia on Monday, then Mali on Tuesday
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RAF member Alex Close on hand for Queen Elizabeth II procession
“Thanks Frank for doing a great job. We really do appreciate you.”
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New Disney+ series adds special effects on top of leading-edge filmmaking technology
Network will air its annual TV special on Oct. 14 featuring tributes by other artists
Don’t shut off your GPS if you haven’t driven through Osoyoos in 30 years, warns columnist
The Free Press Columnist, Bill Phillips, on the colourful happenings in media
Dream home lottery aims to make positive impacts in B.C.’s Southern Interior
FREE Cranbrook Career and Post-Secondary Education Event is live and in-person Sept. 8