The colourful, crowded, market-style Centex store in Kimberley has fresh, locally sourced food that’s attracting customers from miles away.by Marie Milner
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Funding for the Lilac Terrace expansion in Sparwood has been approved.
Medical Biomagnetism is now available in the Kootenaysby Kimberly Shellborn
September 15th – 20th, a 6 –day cycling event around the International Selkirk Loop, a 350 mile route through Washington, Canada and Idaho.
With proven results in some of the most grueling industries, Selkirk College biology instructor Dr. Delia Roberts is bringing her expertise in the field.
Teck is helping to raise awareness of breast cancer and its impact on the local community.
Help improve avalanche forecasting with Canadian Avalanche Centre's new app upgrade.
Trail-based Kootenay Savings donated $5,000 to help fund healthcare travel.
CKCA and the Trust announce 2014/15 programs.
This past September, Fairmont Hot Springs welcomed RVers from across western Canada for the 9th RVwest Rally
The City of Nelson is celebrating the completion of Canada's newest All Wheel Park for skateboarders and bike riders.
The initial design phase for the East Kootenay Regional Hospital’s new intensive care unit and upgraded electrical system has been completed.
In the heart of downtown is Kimberley’s newest restaurant, Heartbeet Vegetarian Bistro.by Lisa Crane
January 9 deadline for CBT’s Social Grants Program
Selkirk College has agreed to lease part of the Gymnasium at Tenth Street Campus (Mary Hall), to the Kootenay Climbing Association.
Is your company ready to comply with new WorkSafeBC workplace bullying and harassment policies?
Fernie seniors, along with other residents and community groups, will be able to enjoy an upgraded seniors drop-in centre thanks in part to $25,000 from CBT.