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The leader of the B.C. NDP party, John Horgan, toured the East Kootenay in late February.
Juno-nominated musician, John Wort Hannam, has made a niche for himself by focusing on the storytelling in his music.
Kootenay-East MLA Bill Bennett says that more people stand to benefit from Medical Services Plan premiums.
As February came to a slushy close, many people are looking forward to spring and wondering what kind of weather it will bring with it.
Laurie Sibbeston, a registered acupuncturist, is joining the team at Sparwood Chiropractic.
The RDEK is using an alternative approval process to determine if the electors are in favour of changes to the Hosmer Septage Ponds.
The Holy Family Perish is hosting a pledge weekend in support of their efforts to sponsor a Syrian refugee family.
Tanglefoot Veterinary Services announced their plans to open a clinic in Fernie this upcoming summer.
A group of DJs are bringing a classic style to Fernie on Mar. 5 as part of the 7 Inches of Pleasure tour.
The Editorial for Feb. 25 discusses the issue of housing in the Elk Valley, especially for young professionals and families.
The Elk Valley RCMP reported a break and enter occurred at Fernie’s City Hall early Saturday morning.
Last week, lacrosse professional Naomi Walser visited both Elkford and Sparwood, sharing her technique and stories with students.
The province recently introduced new regulations that harden the consequences for impaired driving in B.C.
Canadian folk artist Annie Lou will be playing at Clawhammer Press on Feb. 23.
The editorial for Feb. 18 discuss tragedies in small communities and its affect on people, including families and journalists.
The Fernie Mountain Film Festival is back for another year and is celebrating its 10th birthday.
At approximately 6 a.m., fire crews responded to a fire at the Silver Rock Condominiums in Fernie.
The public is invited to tour the new intensive care unit (ICU) at the East Kootenay Regional Hospital.
As the Ghostriders’ regular season is in it’s final stages, the team seems to have lost some energy.
On Feb. 17, Kootenay East MLA and Minister of Energy and Mines, Bill Bennett, spoke on the Liberal government's 2016 budget.