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On Oct. 2, The Fourth Phase, the latest Travis Rice snowboard flick, will be premiering at the Vogue Theatre.
Fernie City Council held a Special Meeting of Council an agenda item was the construction of public washrooms in Station Square.
As part of BC Culture Days, taking place from Sept. 30 until Oct. 2, Elkford artist Katherine Russell is opening her studio to the public.
My experience in the Elk Valley has been more than an extension of my journalism education.
he Edmonton-based trio is embarking on their biggest tour yet, and Fernie is the first stop on the Canadian leg.
Gerry Pang was born on November 12, 1936 in Montreal, Quebec. He has since made his home here in Fernie.
A report was made to clarify language in regards to the Waste Regulation Bylaw.
Over the weekend of Sept. 30 to Oct. 2, the first annual Gillbilly Festival will be hosted in Fernie.
At the Sept. 12 Fernie City Council Meeting, Council approved two roofing repairs on City buildings.
This week's Face of the Valley is Fred Lightfoot, who fell in love with the Elk Valley upon first sight.
On Sept. 16, a crowd gathered at the Fairy Creek Bridge for a ribbon cutting ceremony in honour of the new infrastructure.
At approximately 6 a.m. on Sept. 19, the Elk Valley RCMP responded to an incident wherein a semi-truck went off of Highway 3.
Canadian indie musician Noah Derksen is returning to Fernie for a Saturday night performance at Infinitea.
The Fernie Ghostriders started the regular 2016/17 season last weekend.
This week's editorial focuses on the importance of asking questions to City Hall for a healthy democracy.
On Sept. 18, 150 kids will swim, bike and run for the Fernie Kids’ Triathlon.
Mark Brown has been the face of the Fernie Meat Market since he took it over from his father.
The Fernie Chautauqua took over the downtown core this weekend, for three days of events, including culture tours and the Fall Fair.
On Sept. 12, a handful of new bear resistant garbage bins arrived in Fernie.
Vancouver-based indie-rock band, Echo Nebraska, is touring Western Canada, including at stop at The Northern Bar and Stage.