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Fernie's Red Rabbit Racing still roaring along

The Mitchell family of Fernie is the driving force behind Red Rabbit Racing

Fifth bear shot by conservation officers

A fifth bear has been shot in Fernie, after conservation officers were not able to scare him away from Fernie Alpine Resort.

Great music, good neighbours, and plenty of dancing - the Wapiti Music Festival returns to Fernie

The Wapiti Music Festival returns to Fernie Aug 10 and 11 and features some of the best up and coming Canadian independent acts.

Trans-Canada Trail - Teck donates $1 million

Teck Resources has upped the ante for Canada Day stakes with a $1 million investment to the Trans Canada Trail.

Open fire ban starts next weekend

Effective at noon on Friday, July 13, 2012, all open fires are prohibited within the Southeast Fire Centre

Elkford’s unique branding wins more awards

The District of Elkford’s branding has received awards again – this time on an international level.

Bylaw officer crack down after another bear death

Bylaw officers are preparing to issue 41 warning letters to residents who leave their garbage outdoors.

The Baynes Lake Farmers Market

The Baynes Lake Farmers Market has been up and running since June 16 and is as big a hit this year as always.
Elk calf rescued from river

Elk calf rescued from river

This is an elk calf that was rescued by conservation officers from the Elk River last week.

Wildcat Days draws in crowds

Elk Valley residents join in the fun and festivities of Elkford's Wildcat Day's celebrations.