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One of this country’s proudest traditions is a long history of boring politics.
On March 10, at approximately 12:30 p.m., RCMP responded to a fatal motor vehicle collision that occurred on Highway 3/93 near Wardner.
Kootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski is calling on the Liberal government to subsidize local mills.
B.C.’s attractiveness for mining investment has fallen says the Fraser Institute’s recent survey of global mining companies.
Local pet supply story, Barkside Pets, recently celebrated their tenth birthday in Fernie.
CBC Television host, Rick Mercer, stopped in Fernie during the 40th anniversary of Fernie's Griz Days winter festival.
On Feb. 25, about 87 athletes competed in the annual Fernie Judo Club Invitational Judo Tournament at Fernie Secondary School.
Bylaws are like that geeky, know-it-all classmate who demands the rest of the class stop talking so she can concentrate and get an A.
The East Kootenay Urban Mule Deer Translocation Trial began one year ago this week and results to date have been highly variable.
Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett lauded his party’s decision to reduce Medical Services Plan premiums.
Sparwood Spartans’ shooting guard Mackenzie Adams will be competing in the Single A Provincial Championships.
“We’ve got a legal opinion that our zoning bylaw right now is not enforceable on the short-term rental issue,” said Fernie CAO Norm McInnis.
The Sparwood Spartans Senior Boys basketball team are Kootenay champions after defeating the Fernie Falcons, last Saturday.
Goddess Rising celebrates International Women’s Day (IWD) for a fifth year in a row in Fernie.
"I can’t say why, but something is happening,” said Stacey Hallman, a Statistics Canada demography division analyst.
The building has found a new life and a new purpose as a community centre.
The Riders won their last game of the regular season 3-2 against the Beaver Valley Nite Hawks.
Elkford council decided against a deer cull and earned praise from the Animal Alliance of Canada.
In the words of Richard Attenborough, “Our lives are in your hands and you have butterfingers?”
Fernie Freestyle hosted the AFSA provincial mogul competition at FAR last weekend, and many local athletes ended up owning the podium.