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Cathy MacArthur named Kootenay Lake school district secretary-treasurer

The Kootenay Lake school district has named Cathy MacArthur as its new secretary-treasurer and chief financial officer. She was hired as manager of finance for the district in April and served as interim secretary-treasurer since May. She replaces Johan Glaudemans, who is now the secretary-treasurer for the Northlands School...

B.C. launches food fund for rural communities

The B.C. government has launched a new funding stream meant to help improve food availability and affordability in the province's rural communities. Provincial government officials said the program aims to strengthen food supply chains and streamline logistics, storage and transportation options in remote, rural and indigenous communities. "British Columbians rely on...

Cyclists following International Selkirk Loop bound for Creston

About 130 cyclists from three Canadian provinces and 28 American states as well as Europe are taking part in a six-day, 635-kilometer bicycle ride along the International Selkirk Loop. "It is beautiful this year," said Stephanie Sims, executive director of the loop, which is providing administrative support for the ride. "Blue skies,...

Cops For Kids bike ride stops in Creston

The Cops for Kids bike ride made its stop at the Creston RCMP detachment yesterday. RCMP officers, peace officers, BC sheriff and Correction officers, and civilians are set to bike almost 1,000 kilometers from Kelowna to Cranbrook and back. And Creston's own Cst. Brett Urano says it has not been an...

B.C raises allowable rent increase to 3.5%

The provincial government has announced its 2024 allowable rent increase has been set below the inflation rate for the second consecutive year in a row.   On Jan. 1, 2024, landlords can raise rents up to 3.5 per cent. Although the allowable increase is still set below the province’s 5.6 per...

Four Creston museum board members voted out

Four board members were voted out following a special Creston Museum Society meeting last night. Over 100 concerned citizens showed up for the meeting at Trinity church, packing the inside of the chapel, with those who couldn't get seats standing at the back. After the sudden dismissal of long-time museum manager...
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