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Sparwood has published results from its Business Retention and Expansion Survey, revealing the overall business climate is “good.”
Canadian Pacific Police were out in full force in Fernie on May 1 to educate the public during Rail Safety Week.
Local moms had the chance to treat themselves to a day of free workshops at Vitality on Saturday, May 9 as a lead up to Mother’s Day.
The Fernie Pets Society Book & Bake sale was hosted at The Arts Station on Saturday, May 9.
A national award is being given to Frank J. Mitchell Elementary for their efforts in creating an inclusive environment for all its students.
Fernie Secondary School (FSS) students will participate in this year’s community garage sale event to fundraise for Nepal.
Fernie Search and Rescue (SAR) stepped in to save a motorist who was stranded near the top of Morrissey Ridge on Monday, May 4.
Four carp-shaped flags were raised at City Hall as part of an annual flag raising ceremony to honour a national holiday in Japan.
An initiative to promote sport and physical activity in the Columbia Basin has been formed.
A BC Wildlife Federation (BCWF) workshop highlighting the importance of wetlands in the Elk River was held on Sunday, April 26.
Heads were bowed in prayer at Sparwood Centennial Square on Tuesday, April 28 as workers honoured those lost in workplace fatalities.
The Fernie Rod & Gun Club hosted their annual banquet on Saturday, April 25 at the Fernie Memorial Arena, which was filled with attendees.
North Carolina was a long way for pianist Kevin Ayesh to come to entertain classical-loving locals on Saturday, April 21.
For a New York-born bluesman, Davis delivered plenty of southern twang throughout the night at The Arts Station.
District residents work together to clean up Sparwood for Earth Day.
The Fernie Heritage Library celebrated Earth Day on Wednesday, April 22 with a variety of activities catered to kids.
Dragon Fli Empire will take the stage at The Royal on Friday, April 24 at 9 p.m.
Cooper Bauer, 3, of Elkford joined generations of child amputees to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the War Amps Child Amputee Program.
A bear was destroyed in Fernie on Monday, April 20 following several complaints over the weekend.
An annual count of Salvation Army Food Bank users has revealed that local user numbers have doubled over the last year.