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Canadian author Caroline Adderson was in Fernie for Booked Fernie Writers’ Series at the Fernie Heritage Library on March 10.
Without volunteers, it would be nothing but chaos but we don’t see all the hard work that goes into the making of Griz Days.
Thanks to one grade 8 junior student council member from FSS, more families were able to celebrate Christmas this year.
Help those who cannot afford to put food on the table.
MLA Bill Bennett protests too much in his criticism of Mainroad.
The Fernie Salvation Army began its Christmas Kettle fundraising campaign on November 19.
The Fall 2016 update from Fernie Mayor, Mary Giuliano, sheds light on new strategic planning, amongst other things.
Over $2,300 was raised by Fernie Real Estate with their Carve for a Cause fundraiser.
Columbia Power and the City of Fernie hosted the volunteer appreciation luncheon at the Fernie Senior’s Drop In Centre on Oct. 21.
"The Camps" airing on YouTube and the Internment Canada website focuses on concentration camps in Canada.
Thanks to a group of people in the Elk Valley the Fernie Pride Society is coming to town!
The world's largest Christmas project for kids is currently underway.
From a federal perspective, Stetski relayed that the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) needs to be fixed.
Fernie Search and Rescue (SAR) was called out on Wednesday Oct. 12 to look for three hunters who had gone missing the night before.
Heiko Socher will be mourned by all who knew him and know of him.
The Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) annual conference took place from Sept. 26 – 30 at the Victoria Conference Centre.
Sparwood and Elkford experienced an earthquake on the evening of Sept. 28.
The Elk Valley Economic Initiative, in conjunction with Capasiti Consulting Inc. delivered the adVenture Capital Conference in Fernie.
Lysh Hair Salon celebrated with their annual Princess Party last Saturday.
May 4 was McHappy Day at McDonalds in Fernie and Cranbrook.