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Since opening its doors in early July, the Valley Social has been a hub of activity.
The annual Demolition Derby took over the Fernie derby grounds on Sept. 4.
This week's Face of the Valley is Terry Hume, who moved to Sparwood in 1973.
This year’s Wam Bam competition is back, with a little help from the City of Fernie.
Fernie-based artist Melanie MacVoy recently had the opportunity to participate in the Art in the Park program.
At the Aug. 22 Committee of the Whole meeting, Council was presented with a staff report proposing to change the hours at City Hall.
School District 5 (SD5) had some decisions to make in regards to over $361,000 in funding from the provincial government.
At the Aug. 22 regular council meeting, a report was presented to Fernie Council in regards to the well at James White Park.
Last week, Ghostriders head coach and general manager, Craig Mohr, confirmed that Alex Cheveldave is the new captain of the team.
Ashley Pederson is becoming recognized throughout the Elk Valley and beyond for her work as a farrier.
The Fernie Ghostrider hockey camp camp is open to young players between the novice and peewee age levels
Lilac Terrace has opened a palliative care room at their facilities.
The editorial for Aug. 18 discusses the City's plan to participate in the task force regarding marijuana legalization on Aug. 22.
On July 28, Teck released its second quarter results for 2016, posting a $15 million profit to shareholders, equating to $.03 per share.
The trail crew at Island Lake Lodge has had a busy summer, maintaining trails, guiding hiking tours, and building a new trail in the alpine.
This week's Face of the Valley is Rose Watson, who has lived in Fernie for 62 years.
The One Bag Challenge (#onebagchallengefernie) is a collaboration project between Kettle Black Bartending and the Fernie Food Bank.
July 27th was a good day for a special tenant at Tom Uphill Manor as she was donated a new mobility scooter to get herself around town.
This week's editorial discusses the Albertan couples that collected 15 painted turtles from B.C. to take home with them.
At the July 25 Committee of the Whole meeting, Fernie resident Sarah-Jane Nelson addressed City Council in regards to cannabis.