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Singer-songwriter Ben Kunder will play in Fernie on Oct. 1 as part of his west coast tour.
A representative of the City of Fernie said last week's heavy rainfall could be the reason for spike in in turbidity in water supply.
Candidates from the Kootenay-Columbia riding share their parties' views about the TFW program.
When tragedy strikes in one small community, the impact is felt by many others.
The plea hearing of the man accused of murdering two Blairmore residents earlier this month was adjourned until Sept. 30.
Information on how the AMBER Alert program works in light of the recent tragedy in Blairmore, Alta.
Last week, close to 150 Fernie residents lit candles in memory of Terry Blanchette and his daughter Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette.
The candidates for Kootenay-Columbia discuss their parties' position on electoral reform/proportional representation.
Kate Moran creates unique wearable art pieces using a micro macrame style.
Canada needs to reform its electoral system to properly represent the multiple parties in Ottawa.
Derek James Saretzky faces two counts of first-degree murder for the deaths of Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette and her father Terry Blanchette.
The Crowsnest Pass RCMP have found what they believe to be the body of the two-year-old toddler who went missing on Sept. 14.
Christina Yahn of Nelson is the Libertarian Party candidate for the Kootenay-Columbia riding.
The Fernie Trails Alliance will be closing a few trails for the next six weeks while logging takes place.
Deadlines to get information into the paper; a look at Canada's most recent recession.
Regulatory changes have been made to Kootenay angling management to protect high quality fishing areas.
Five Sparwood parks will undergo renovations this fall with the installation of new playground equipment.
A new adult-contemporary radio station will be going live on the air later this month.
More B.C. students than ever are taking French immersion at school; in this district, that number has nearly doubled over the past decade.
Starting in January 2016, students looking to upgrade courses will now have to apply for grants, as the tuition-free model is being replaced