Fernie’s Ghostriders finished up the regular season this weekend with two wins on home ice and second overall in the Eddie Mountain Division.
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I don’t understand why Fernie’s not crawling with Americans. Their leader dyes his hair the color Cheetos and slathers on […]
The Fernie Museum offers interesting and diverse exhibits on a regular basis and this past weekend was no exception.
The Regional District of East Kootenay Board of Directors is seeking public comment on its draft five-year financial plan.
The spirit of Fernie’s mountain man is at the very heart of Fernie’s 43rd celebration of Griz Days. The powder king of the Lizard Range, the icon of Fernie’s winter heritage, is inspiring all things Griz Days for this year’s winter festival, from March 6-8.
Columbia Basin Trust provides Hope Air with $165,000 to offer flights for those in financial need
East Kootenay Community Credit Union (EKC) announces the return of their successful Community Cash Awards the Elk Valley and Cranbrook. […]
The Fernie Railyard Dog Park fence installation begins in Spring 2020 using a stacked cedar split rail design with a […]
Fernie Search and Rescue Avalanche Rescue Team has spent the day training at Fernie Alpine Resort. One hour after the […]
Columbia Basin Trust is providing a unique opportunity for youth to attend the Basin Youth Network Leadership Summit where they will meet new people, grow as leaders and have fun.
The City of Fernie is launching a pilot project to test proposed changes to the way we manage snow and ice.
In Fernie, the Elk River Alliance will continue to educate people on stormwater management and to develop a stormwater wetland.