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Monster air!
Katie Anderson won the women’s category at the Monster Energy Boarderstyle event at Fernie Alpine Resort on the weekend.
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Sparwood Weather
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Future of intersection 3/43 looking up
With the Small Communities Fund Grant of $5,117,466 having been finalized and approved by the Sparwood Council this past [...]
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District of Elkford Council News
John Pumphrey provided an update on the CanAus mining project located in the neighbourhood of Coal Mountain Operations. The company continues to [...]
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YAS keeping youth busy
Youth Action Sparwood, or YAS, is a youth-directed, community-supported organization for Sparwood Youth aged 12 to 18. We are generously supported by funding from the Columbia Basin Trust, as well as [...]
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Sparwood museum opening in April
The Sparwood Museum is re-locating and will be holding a grand opening on April 1st to showcase the new venue. The great move began on [...]
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Canada caught on camera
With Canada’s 150th birthday just past, the celebration lives on, as The Arts Station in Fernie will be presenting “Canada Caught on Camera”. This [...]
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Previous Issues
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District of Sparwood Council Facts
Brian Conrad from College of the Rockies and Jeff McKay from WorkSafeBC made a presentation to Council regarding Project Heavy Duty (PHD). PHD, a partnership of the [...]
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Motor Vehicle Collision results in fatality
On Friday, March 10, at approximately 12:30 pm, Cranbrook RCMP and East Kootenay Traffic Services responded to a fatal motor vehicle collision that [...]
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Wildlife Management Round Table attracts big audience
If anyone had any doubts about how passionate people are in these parts about wildlife, those would have been quickly erased last Saturday at the Wildlife Management Round Table held in [...]
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Sparwood to receive infrastructure funding
The District of Sparwood is a receiving a joint federal-provincial Small
Communities Fund grant worth $5,117,466, announced Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett on behalf of [...]
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Budget fine-tuning to save Elkford 2.4 million
The Elkford Council has guided staff to reduce budget spending by 8% to save approximately 2.4 million dollars in [...]
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Sparwood Chamber of Commerce AGM
The Causeway Bay Hotel was filled with local businesses for the Chamber of Commerce’s Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, March 1.
Guest speaker [...]
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Sparwood Skating Club presents ‘Strong and Free’
Sparwood Skating Club will be presenting their end of season show ‘Strong and Free’ this March 10th and 11th. The club is excited to [...]
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The Denovian Playground set for make-over
The Elkford Community Enhancement Society is a non-profit organization that develops and promotes local projects ideas, and the latest project on their agenda is giving [...]
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SPECIAL FEATURE
50 Shades of Black  by Ezra Black
Climbing at ARQ Mountain Center
We drove a bit for this weeks adventure but I figured that a lot of us Elk Valley locals go to Cranbrook often so this would still be an appropriate adventure to write about, especially because it is such a fun place to visit. ARQ has been on my radar ever since [...]
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