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Crews responded to the Sunrise restaurant around 6 a.m. and put out the fire which was contained to the kitchen.
Smoke was seen rising from the area where a new smart meter had been installed.
Fernie's Avalanche City Roller Girls compete at the Memorial Arena on August 4.
Check out the slideshow of The Free Press staff, family and friends at the Fernie Aerial Playground and Rippin' Zipline
Serge Chiasson called Tour Divide, "the most expensive free race in the world."
The $120,000 sander will replace the current 15 year old truck
Twenty parking spots will be repainted throughout the next week
Elk Valley RCMP has busted three marijuana grow ops since April, 2012.
The festival features some of the best local breweries and wineries.
The vegetarian restaurant offers up nutritional, balanced, delicious fare.
Licensed restaurants can now allow customers to bring in their own wine while dining.
New energy efficient LED lights are coming to downtown Fernie.
BC Transportation Minister, Blair Lekstrom, and East Kootenay MLA, Bill Bennett, ride the train to the commemoration ceremony.
The ninth annual Highline 100 Ride raises money for the Elk Valley Hospital Foundation and the Fernie Alpine Ski Team
BC Hydro have told Fernie City council that residents will not be given the option to opt out of having a smart meter installed.
Rault will be in Fernie for the festival just on the heels of his second studio album release, Whirlpool.
The Elk Valley Family Society's proposal has been accepted by the Columbia Basin Trust and BC Housing
Sam Scott had a lung removed while coaching in Brazil. Now he's back and ready to take on all comers at the BC Summer Games
Yama2Go's solar-powered sushi truck is the first mobile food vendor allowed to operate in Sparwood.
Canadian indie-rockers, Born Ruffians, are gearing up to play Fernie in August when they headline the Wapiti Music Festival.