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At the Mar. 29 Fernie Council meeting, councillors voted in favour of amending bylaw 2028, with regards to business license operation.
Editorial for Jan. 28 discusses Mainroad Contracting's performance, as their contact is up for renewal this year.
Editorial for Dec. 17 focusing the amount of generosity in the Elk Valley.
The City of Fernie hosted a luncheon on Nov. 27 in honour of the many volunteers throughout the community.
A trip of a lifetime saw four friends journey to the Nepalese Himalayas on a self-supported bike packing trip this past October.
Last weekend, Fernie Minor Hockey hosted a tournament for kids ages nine and 10.
On Nov. 13, the Arts Station hosted their 25th anniversary party, with roughly 110 attendees.
The Best Western Plus Fernie Mountain Lodge hosted an event put on by Telus on Nov. 13.
The province has issued an environmental assessment certificate to the City of Fernie for the James White Park Wells project.
Randal Hopley, the man who abducted a three-year-old boy from his Sparwood home in 2011 is appealing his prison sentence.
The Fernie Chamber of Commerce hosted this year's Community and Business Excellence Awards on Oct. 23.
Wayne Stetski will represent the Kootenay-Columbia in Ottawa.
There's a province-wide fire ban in effect and people are urged to respect it and hold of from having fires.
Line Creek treatment facilities which shut down last October will resume full operations in early 2016.
A visual arts show opening at the Arts Station on July 30 seen as success by those involved.
CP Rail has confirmed a freight train derailment three kilometres from Sparwood
Situated in the Rockies at the base of Bull Mountain in beautiful B.C. is 310 acres of peaceful forest belonging to Clear Sky Meditation.
This past week, The Free Press has received calls regarding the new bike racks the city has installed on 2nd Avenue in Fernie.
Margaret Bella, a born-and-raised Fernie native, turned 100 on April 7.
A large crowd gathered at the Elkford Cenotaph outside of the district building to pay respect to Canadian soldiers on Remembrance Day.