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The Canadian Cancer Society and the College of the Rockies are partnering up to host a radon measurement and mitigation training course.
The editorial team at The Free Press has been under a bit of a transition period over the last year.
A recent Health Canada survey placed Sparwood in the top five for household radon readings in the country
Making the decision to bring a pet into your home is a big one.
Sparwood flower store Buds and Blooms is doing its best to make people smile this week.
During the month of June, golf professionals all over B.C. golfed from sunrise to sunset to support those living with ALS.
The summer season is also forest fire season, so don't forget to take precautions as you're enjoying the great outdoors.
A mother cat and two kittens were found outside of a Second Ave. business last week.
Teck is investigating the death of five bighorn sheep discovered at its Greenhills Operations in Elkford yesterday.
Temporary foreign workers will bring their allegations against the Fernie Tim Hortons to the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.
Ron Ulrich has been hired to take on the role of director/curator at the Fernie Museum.
The world's longest and largest torch running relay made a couple stops in the Elk Valley this week.
With summer classes in School District 5 (SD5) cancelled, the ongoing teachers' strike seems to have no end in sight.
Effective since July 2, the entire Southeast Fire Centre is on an open fire ban.
It's been a busy, and successful, last few months for Fernie Brewing Company.
We've all heard the saying before – people come to Fernie for the winter and stay for the summer...
Nine impaired drivers were taken off the road on Sunday, June 22, following a bush rave party held up at Coal Creek.
Elkford celebrated Canada Day yesterday with a community barbeque.
This weekend's Wildcat Days was jam-packed with a parade, fireworks, a craft and trade fair, volleyball tournament and live entertainment.
The Fernie Secondary School's class of 2014 marked the first group of students who entered the high school in Grade 7 to graduate.