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Fernie local, Zeth Ellis, took first place overall in the TransWorld MX El Dorado race in Southern California.
The Small Glories, a near-perfect harmonic folk duo will be stopping in Fernie on Thursday, April 27 at The Arts Station.
The Fernie Potters Guild recently hosted an open house, selling their handcrafted pieces in order to keep the program running.
At 80-years of age, Geoffrey Seagram continues to ski, every day. Previously, he was Calgary's first pediatrician.
Teck will be paying forward $300,000, following a sediment-laden discharge spill at Elkview Operations (EVO) in September of 2012.
The KIJHL community is mourning the death of 24-year-old former Fernie Ghostrider and Columbia Valley Rockies hockey player Brendan Burge.
The FMHA hosted the 2017 PeeWee Tier 4 B.C. Hockey Championships, but were knocked out of the tournament on day four of five.
The group art show kicked off on March 23 with over 60 people present. At times, so many you could barely move.
The Province of British Columbia has pledged to invest in emergency preparedness for the Kootenay region.
Council approved in-kind support for up to $4,500 for this year’s Project Heavy Duty event to take place in Sparwood from May 29-31.
Four individuals make hockey in Fernie possible, through their dedication in keeping the Fernie Memorial Arena alive and operational.
Online small claim disputes could serve as a giant leap in efficiency for the judicial system, and I’m almost on board.
Minister Bill Bennett announced on Friday that Teck Resources Ltd. has begun work on its Baldy Ridge Extension project in Sparwood.
The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) is advocating for the province to expand the scope of the Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Act.
With spring just around the corner, Elk Valley Homesteading is aiming to educate individuals on the future of food security.
Juno Award nominees and triple Canadian Folk Music Awards winners, Sultans of String, are making their way to Fernie on April 4.
On Thursday, March 16, Tourism Fernie held their 10th Annual General Meeting, celebrating a decade of growth and success.
The City of Fernie met with the Ministry of Education on March 14, to discuss the potential expansion of Isabella Dicken Elementary School.
On March 17, a small car traveling at high speeds struck a parked truck, incurring life-threatening injuries to the passenger.
Fernie local, Caleb Brown, cheated death last Sunday when he survived a deadly 3.0 magnitude avalanche, which carried him 1.4 km.