Kris Dickeson writer profile

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Kris Dickeson grew up in Cranbrook and re-located to Victoria to pursue a career in media. She spent five years in radio news in several BC and Saskatchewan markets. In 2003, Kris moved back to the Kootenays, traded her microphone in for a pen and started freelance writing for several publications throughout the interior of BC. Kris believes everyone has a story to tell and she wants to help them find it and in turn share it with others.

Most recent articles by Kris Dickeson

The expansion being built on the Village of Warfield Community Hall to accommodate a new kitchen and washrooms.
Trail, Developments A bigger and better gathering place in Warfield

Warfield Community Hall gets a facelift

Aaron and Cindy Anthony of Grand Forks Realty Ltd in Grand Forks, BC.
Grand Forks, Christina Lake, Real Estate Encouraging news for home sales in Grand Forks

Aaron and Cindy Anthony, husband and wife realtor team at Grand Forks Realty,predict real estate market in the Grand Forks will shift to favour sellers in 2014.

A photo of an emergency exercise held in Hosmer, BC in 2011.
Cranbrook, Fernie Business Emergency Preparedness 101

Business emergency preparedness in the Kootenays.

A photo of Harvie Hurd.
Trail, Retail

For over half a century, Gordon Wall Floorcoverings has been offering its top-notch expertise to clients in and around the Trail area.

Larsen Whelan Enterprises Ltd’s award winning, environmentally friendly home.
Fernie, Developments

An Elk Valley building company with unique designs and strong customer relations.

Pete Durning, new owner of the Byng Roadhouse in Cranbrook.
Cranbrook, Cuisine, Small Business Historic hotel bar gets a facelift

Good food and live music are the hallmarks of the new Legendary Byng Roadhouse in Cranbrook

Kaslo Staying afloat

Known as a National Historical Site, the S.S. Moyie is the world's oldest intact passenger sternwheeler.

Kaslo Hanging on to heritage

Nestled between the Purcell and Selkirk Mountains and the shores of Kootenay Lake sits a piece of paradise, the Village of Kaslo.