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Thunder Cats make trade with Nitros

The Kimberley Dynamiters have traded two forwards to the Creston Valley Thunder Cats for a forward in return. Peyton Twigg and Ty McRuvie are Creston-bound, while Campbell McLean will be suiting up for the Nitros. Twigg has tallied a goal and nine assists in 18 games, while McRuvie put up five...

B.C. families to have access to lower childcare fees

B.C. parents with kids in licenced childcare will have lower fees starting Thursday. B.C. government officials said parents will save up to $550 per month for every child in participating facilities. Families do not need to apply for fee reductions, as the money will be provided to participating providers directly from...

Creston RCMP remind the valley to lock their doors

In their weekly report, Creston RCMP report a few cases of near thefts and break-ins. On November 22, a person called the police to report a break-and-enter. Later in the week, another caller stated someone was walking around their property with a headlight. The person was not found and RCMP reminded...

New medical school coming to Simon Fraser University

For the first time in 55 years, a new medical school will be opening in Western Canada. Provincial officials said the school will open on the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Surrey campus and will help increase the number of doctors in the workforce. “While we have made enormous progress to strengthen...

Creston seeking feedback for Housing Action Plan

The town of Creston is working on a plan to address housing issues and is asking for your input. Town officials said the Housing Action Plan is meant to help with availability and affordability problems in the community. Once finished, this plan will contain action items to further Creston's efforts to...

RDCK reminds residents of ice safety

Despite the first day of winter not arriving until later in December, snow has taken the Kootenays and the RDCK is reminding everyone of the importance of ice safety. Ice formed on the top of ponds and lakes can be extremely dangerous if too thin. Before ice fishing, skating, or any...
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