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Creston teacher wins Great Canadian Baking Show

Loïc Fauteux-Goulet is the pride of Creston after taking home first place in the Great Canadian Baking Show. After filming in spring, Fauteux-Goulet had to wait until the finale to finally celebrate with his loved ones. However, that didn't stop the valley from watching his journey every step of the way. "It's...

CBT gives over $1 million to local trail initiatives

Over $1 million will go to 23 projects and 16 organizations to improve trail networks across the Columbia Basin. Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) officials said the funding will ensure the trails are in good shape and provide an enjoyable experience. “These programs offer a two-pronged approach to growing and upkeeping the...

Kootenays not included in speculation and vacancy tax expansion

The B.C. government is expanding speculation and vacancy tax to 13 new municipalities, but there are still no Kootenay communities that have made the list. The tax is designed to turn vacant homes into housing for people in British Columbia by taxing people who own the home but don't live...

Drumming circle set for tonight in Creston

Creston has a chance to get its groove on with Rhythm by Nature this evening. Patrick Carrick will host a drumming session at the local legion to bring the power of community, connection, and collaborative music to the valley. For seven years, Carrick has been operating throughout the Columbia Valley and...

Proposed 5G tower will not cause harmful health effects, says Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Multiple community members have been informed a cellphone tower will be built in Creston. The proposed tower's location is off 24 Ave North, where a water tower sits on town property. Rogers sent out letters with information regarding the regulations that must be followed when building, and ways to get into...

Creston councillor Anthony Mondia resigns

Another Creston town councillor has called it quits. Anthony Mondia resigned Monday, one year into his term. No reason was provided in a news release from the town. “I hold a lot of respect for Anthony personally, and I have appreciated having the opportunity to serve alongside him on council this...
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