A clinical counsellor urges people to play sports or take trips instead of taking a prescription to treat stress.by Breanne Massey
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It has been nearly two months since the grand reopening of Indigo Spa in Fernie, B.C. After three years in business, the spa burst through the walls into the neighbouring space (formerly home to Re/Max offices) and added a host of new services to the menu.
10 women out of 2,000 are treated for a breast cancer that they don't have.by Breanne Massey
The 5th Annual Health and Wellness Expo—organized in part by Kootenay Business and the participating sponsors —attracted a steady crowd of over 200 people.
Kick off the new year with the Health and Wellness Expo of 2012
Dr. Kathy Murphy hands over the reins of her Kimberley chiropractic practice to Dr. Brian Miller. Both doctors are looking forward to the future.by Lisa Crane
Teck Resources Ltd. is keeping CEO Don Lindsay in place, but several members of the senior management team are retiring, prompting an executive shake-up.
Street-involved youth in Cranbrook and area are the focus of a new business plan being developed by Operation Street Angel.
Revolution Acupuncture has been a fixture in Kimberley for five years and features an acupuncture clinic as well as interesting products and jewelry.by Lisa Crane
BC Hydro is once again supporting the Association of Kootenay Boundary Local Government (AKBLG) Annual Conference, hosted this year by the City of Kimberley.
A new Emergency Services Training Centre will be built in Elkford thanks in part to support from Columbia Basin Trust.