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RCMP separate two brawling gangs; several bikers went to hospital with apparent stab wounds; one group escorted out of town
Boards of directors cite prohibitive increasing costs involved with the Elevatus project
The annual shutdown of the Aquatic Center at Western Financial Place will begin earlier than scheduled this year and does not have a defined end date at this time.
Starting in 2002, the survey has been conducted every two years to monitor changes in substance use patterns, attitudes and behaviors amongst East Kootenay youth.
Our feathered friends in action, as captured on camera by local photographers
A “new, ancient” technology is helping out in the fight against invasive plants
Volume increase to aid migration and spawning conditions for endangered white sturgeon in the Kootenai River
The work of photographers in the Kootenay Advertiser throughout 2021. Part XI. With links to Parts I-X
Collaboration between the Ktunaxa, IH, UBC and UVIC gets grant from the Canadian Institutes for Health Research.
The work of local photographers in the Kootenay Advertiser in 2021. Part X. With links to Parts I-IX
Doctors have noticed that during the pandemic some patients have not been not keeping on top of their medical care.
The work of local photographers printed in the East Kootenay Advertiser throughout 2021. Part VIII
The work of local photographers printed in the East Kootenay Advertiser throughout 2020. Part VII
The Cranbrook Hotel is the city’s oldest hotel and one of its oldest buildings.
48 % of players are 19 or older, which means nearly half of the BCHL’s players are ineligible to practice with their team
The work of local photographers printed in the pages of the East Kootenay Advertiser throughout 2020. Part VI.
107 years ago this month, lawyers were trying to save the life of Bruno Cutri
The work of local photographers printed in the pages of the East Kootenay Advertiser over the spring, summer and fall of 2020. Part V.
The Bulletin offered each candidate in Columbia River Revelstoke space to hold forth on issues important to them and to voters.
The rules around crossing the U.S. border led to a bizarre situation for an Invermere couple