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The Joan Delich Kindergym Society celebrated its 30th anniversary this morning with a party and fundraiser.
Elkford residents may notice burning in the south end of the community next week, but don't worry about calling the fire department.
Fernie local Brooke Malakoff is co-hosting the BC Children's Hospital's Miracle Weekend Telethon.
The BC River Forecast Centre has issued a High Streamflow Advisory in the East and West Kootenays.
After almost two years of planning, updating, and consultation, the update to Fernie’s Official Community Plan is complete
Spring has sprung in the Elk Valley. And what says spring more than the arrival of newly born wildlife...
Fernie council has initiated a boundary extension process that will incorporate West Fernie into the city.
Students at Isabella Dicken Elementary School showed off their love of reading at the school's first ever Literacy Fair.
75 women enjoyed an evening at The Arts Station to raise funds for five Fernie women participating in the Freedom Climb.
Mining Week 2014 is happening from May 11 to 17, and you bet we're honouring it in the Elk Valley.
Two Fernie Secondary School students recently travelled to the Lower Mainland to compete in a French Speaking Contest.
First aid and surface mine rescue teams showed off their high safety standards and skills on Saturday, May 10.
The second consultation phase for Teck’s Elk Valley Water Quality Plan is complete.
The City of Fernie and the Beautification Committee have announced the artists chosen for Out of the Box: A Dumpster Art Project.
The fate of the Elk Valley's solid waste is up in the air.
The City of Fernie voted on Monday, April 28 to rezone a property located at 200 Burma Road, allowing for development.
The City of Fernie is hosting an Emergency Preparedness Fair at the Community Centre today.
Elkford residents will soon be safer from flooding thanks to $2,381,000 that will upgrade Boivin Creek.
Eager parents, family members, and friends arrived for the Isabella Dicken Spring Tea this afternoon.
The lineup for the fourth annual Wapiti Music Festival was unveiled Thursday morning and includes July Talk, Zeus, and The Strumbellas.