The Griz Day’s parade was delightful and festive, drawing a large crowd of spectators and featuring a variety of entries to entertain everyone.
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Firefighters have contained a structure fire in a home on Thistle Road in the Tie Lake area. “We received an […]
The Ghostriders defeated Creston in 5 games, next up is the Columbia Valley Rockies who defeated Kimberley in 5 games. […]
Making changes to ecosystem health in the Columbia Basin takes time, which is why four organizations are undertaking long-term projects to create significant, positive impacts.
The Fernie Chamber is so excited to bring you the 47th Annual Griz Days from March 1 – 3 and […]
Three new members are joining the Columbia Basin Trust board, becoming part of the 12-member Board of Directors which helps ensure that the organization continues to support the efforts of the people in the Basin.
Recent progress on a proposed new coal mine in the Elk Valley highlights government inaction on the region’s growing water pollution crisis.
For years, the Fernie Arts Theatre Ensemble Society has brought captivating plays to the public, celebrating community and creativity.
In its aim to support people and communities in the Columbia Basin, Columbia Basin Trust is celebrating the release of its new Columbia Basin Management Plan 2024–2034.
Wildsight is calling for an interim moratorium on logging and road building in core southern mountain caribou habitat until permanent protections are in place.
The Fernie Ghostriders ended their regular season with a win at home against Kimberley! With this win the Fernie Ghostriders […]
The local community of Fernie celebrates as freestyle skier Sam Goodison secures the gold medal at the FIS Freestyle NORAM dual moguls event held in Apex today!