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The Fernie Ghostriders have turned around their slow season start with six wins in a row.
Michael Saad is the author of All the Devils Are Here, was at the Sparwood Library last week for an author event.
The upcoming season will be a snowy and event-packed one according to event coordinator of FAR, Karen Pepper.
Isabella Dicken Elementary School has just received buddy benches which aim to stop loneliness on the playground.
Another addition of the BOOKED! Fernie Writers Series will be held on Oct. 14 at 7 p.m
Don Alder, an award winning guitarist, will be playing in Fernie on Oct. 8
Two Fernie Old School Boxing Club members are headed to Richmond B.C. to compete in the Combsport sanctioned Bronze Gloves event on Oct. 8.
The Fernie Ghostriders gained four points over the weekend with two wins.
Fernie has recently introduced a Beautification Initiative that aims to enhance the parks and green spaces.
Fernie Search and Rescue received a call in the early afternoon of Sept. 24 for a cyclist near Mount Fernie Provincial Park.
Two hours of Zumba fun are in store for participants of the second annual Party in Pink Zumbathon at the Jaffray Community Hall on Oct. 7.
Lonnie Phillips, aged 15, is quickly becoming a recognizable face and name in the rodeo scene.
One of Fernie’s last mountain bike events of the season will roll around some of the areas most iconic trails on Sept. 24.
Sept. 6 saw some additions to Sparwood’s Fire Department.
Less fortunate youth will get the opportunity to play hockey this season thanks to a program that will be offered in Fernie.
Fernie Tennis Coaching will be running tennis camps from September to November.
Fernie will be celebrating farm-to-table culture on Sept. 10 and 11 at Fernie’s community eco garden for the second annual Feast and Fest.
On Sept. 12 the annual Sparwood Search and Rescue (SSAR) Open House will be held from 4 to 7:30 p.m.
Sparwood is the home for two new toddler parks, located at the Sparwood Recreation and Leisure Centre and Central Park in Sparwood Heights.
Lori Caravetta has become the new owner of Mountain High Travel and Tours (MHTT) believing there's a need in the area for a travel agency.