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Fifteen teams will be competing in a fundraising hockey tournament from Sep. 2 to 5.
Sept. 4 will be the seventh annual Fernie Tears and Gears, Fernie’s favourite mountain duathlon.
Approximately 150 racers came out to see who had the fastest descending time in the Fernie B.C. Cup Finals on Aug. 28.
For the fifth year in a row, the Women of Steel have raised money to help underprivileged children in the Elk Valley.
The Fernie Rod and Gun Club (FRGC) hosted their second, and largest, 3-D shoot of the season from Aug. 20 to 21 at the Coal Creek Range.
The British Columbia Cup Downhill Mountain Bike Race series will be coming to a close on Aug. 27 and 28 at Fernie Alpine Resort.
Canada stood still on the evening of Aug. 20. Everyone stopped to watch a live stream of The Tragically Hip: A National Celebration.
Fernie homeowners may have received or picked up a pamphlet over the summer from the Fernie Apple pick program.
A multi-use structure has been planned in honour of Eirin Amundsen at the Max Turk playing fields in Fernie.
Wapiti Ski Hill may soon have snowmaking capabilities, depending on the outcome of a future feasibility assessment.
From Aug, 13 to 14, artists, artisans and purveyors of culture and heritage had their doors open for the Columbia Basin Culture Tour.
The City of Fernie has recently upgraded all of its facilities dumpsters to be more bear resistant.
This year, the Catch Me If You Can Fernie running camp raised close to $2,000 for the Emily Brydon Foundation.
The Aug. 15 regular council meeting of the District of Sparwood was called to order just after 7 p.m. at the District’s office.
Summer’s damp, cool start is attributed to why the area is seeing fewer wildfires than this time last year.
On Aug. 3 the Fairy Creek Bridge became open for use.
The second Monday of every month of the summer sees youth compete in the Little Critters Criterium Ride.
The Fernie Fondo raises money for local groups, the road riding event offers different distances to suit most riders.
The Fernie tennis youth camps help participants learn the basics in a fun, friendly atmosphere.
The Columbia Basin Culture Tour will take place this weekend, starting at 10 a.m. and running until 5 p.m. on Aug. 13 to 14.