Phil McLachlan

Teck’s water treatment facility on track for 2020 completion

Teck is on schedule for late 2020 for the completion of their…

Career fair in Cranbrook to present a world of new opportunities

Come Thursday, around 40 employers will be waiting to shake hands with their potential new employees

River rescue near Fernie prompts log jam warning

The City of Fernie announced at the beginning of August a dangerous…

Black Pistol Fire ignites Wapiti festival crowd

Off stage, Kevin McKeown is a calm, collected individual. On stage, he…

Barry Marchi’s spirits high as treatment in Seattle continues

Barry Marchi’s spirits are high as he continues treatment in the United…

PHOTOS: 2019 Wapiti Music Festival

With eyes to the stage and hands to the sky the crowd…

New art gallery opens downtown Fernie

Two local artists, Tara Higgins and Kerri Holmes have joined forces to open H2 Studio Gallery

Search continues for new leads in Mt. Bisaro cave system

Cavers returning October, November to push new leads, extend Canada’s deepest cave near Fernie

North Coal presents water quality solutions to public

The mining company held an open house in Sparwood, August 1

Fernie Mayor says City is committed to hosting Mine Rescue competitions

Fernie mayor Ange Qualizza says that a rumour alleging the City will…

Over 350 lost but not forgotten; memorial plaque unveiled in Fernie

365 individuals, for whom there is no known final resting place, now share a common one

UPDATE: Suspicious package deemed not a threat, downtown re-opened

As of 12:35 on Sunday, business returned to normal. Police re-opened the…

Elk Valley’s first cannabis store opens its doors, serves first customer

Summit Cannabis will open Saturday morning at 10 a.m. for their first full day of business

“For the sake of tradition” – Queer Anglican minister reflects on same-gender marriage vote

Minister feels ‘hamstrung’ by group of people intent on preserving the traditional view of marriage

Wounded grizzly bear near Fernie never found

One month after a grizzly bear was wounded by authorities in an…

Kootenay Anglican bishop voices favour for same-gender marriages

Kootenay Diocese among 19 out of 30 around country to voice approval for same-gender marriage

Statistics Canada report shows fluctuations in Elk Valley crime levels

Crime in some parts of Fernie is on the rise, according to…

Youth unemployment in Fernie soars, employers suffering

Employers are resorting to hiring youth out-of-province to help fill their labour needs

Heidi Gravelle elected chief, Tobacco Plains Indian Band

The Tobacco Plains Indian Band’s newest elected chief is excited to give…

Past, present and future of Tobacco Plains

Ktunaxa Nation elder reflects on granddaughter’s election, speaks to the future of band