Claire Palmer

A sketch of what a potential Aquatic facility would look like in the area. (CSRD photo).

Golden and Area A votes yes to proposed indoor aquatic centre

The vote was 1,172 ‘yes’ to 423 ‘no’.

A sketch of what a potential Aquatic facility would look like in the area. (CSRD photo).
Candidates gathered at the Civic Centre for unofficial results. (Claire Palmer photo)

Oszust wins third term as Golden mayor, new council elected

The unofficial results are out

Candidates gathered at the Civic Centre for unofficial results. (Claire Palmer photo)
The body was recovered on Oct. 1, when the search was able to resume. (File photo)

Body of missing rafter recovered from Bugaboo Creek

The rafter had been missing since June 16

The body was recovered on Oct. 1, when the search was able to resume. (File photo)
Construction continues as the fourth round of closures are set to commence this month. (Claire Palmer photo)

Trans-Canada multi-day closures return east of Golden today

Starting at noon, traffic will be re-routed south through Radium

Construction continues as the fourth round of closures are set to commence this month. (Claire Palmer photo)
RCMP badge. (File photo/Phil McLachlan)

RCMP continue to investigate 2 ‘suspicious’ fatalities in Golden

Two deceased individuals were found in a car on Sunday morning on Bowles-Evans Drive

RCMP badge. (File photo/Phil McLachlan)
File photo.

2 dead in vehicle incident east of Golden

It’s the 4th fatality in as many months on the highway east of Golden

File photo.
Brandon Johnson (Facebook)

GoFundMe campaigns started for two Fraser Valley men killed in fatal semi crash near Golden

Three killed including Tanner Liefting and Brandon Johnson in one truck, Jagsir Gill in another

Brandon Johnson (Facebook)
Construction continues as the fourth round of closures are set to commence this month. (Claire Palmer photo)

Extended closures loom as Highway 1 September closure schedule east of Golden announced

Highway will be open for Labour Day weekend, extended closures return on Sept. 26

Construction continues as the fourth round of closures are set to commence this month. (Claire Palmer photo)
Photo from the scene of the collision on Aug. 28. (Facebook photo)

UPDATE: Highway 1 open after 36 hours due to fatal semi-truck collision near Golden

Traffic flow has been restored in both directions

Photo from the scene of the collision on Aug. 28. (Facebook photo)
Photo from the scene of the collision on Aug. 28. (Facebook photo)

UPDATE: Highway 1 re-opens after 36 hours due to fatal semi-truck collision near Golden

Closure still ongoing; estimated time of reopening is now today at 7 p.m.

Photo from the scene of the collision on Aug. 28. (Facebook photo)
94 of the top 100 most expensive gas stations in Canada can be found in B.C. according to the Oil Price Information Service (OPIS). (File Photo)

Bring cash: B.C. gas stations make up 94 of top 100 priciest in Canada

The average price of gas in the province sits at 199.2¢/L as of July 20

94 of the top 100 most expensive gas stations in Canada can be found in B.C. according to the Oil Price Information Service (OPIS). (File Photo)
RCMP photo.

1 Alberta man dead in long-weekend collision on Highway 1 east of Golden

An SUV collided head-on with a semi-truck, according to RCMP.

RCMP photo.
Doug Clovechok at a community event in Golden. Clovechok has worked with John Horgan for six years and says he was a pleasure to work with. (Claire Palmer photo)

Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Clovechok reflects on Premier Horgan’s career

Despite their political differences, Clovechok says it was a pleasure to work with Horgan

Doug Clovechok at a community event in Golden. Clovechok has worked with John Horgan for six years and says he was a pleasure to work with. (Claire Palmer photo)
Kicking Horse Canyon extended closures are back, with a one month closure that comes into effect on April 19 and will last until the May long weekend. (MOTI photo)

Fourth round of extended Highway 1 closures announced east of Golden

It’s a part of Phase 4 of the Kicking Horse Canyon Project

Kicking Horse Canyon extended closures are back, with a one month closure that comes into effect on April 19 and will last until the May long weekend. (MOTI photo)
Construction in the canyon continues. (MOTI photo)
Construction in the canyon continues. (MOTI photo)
Highway closed, no detour available. Take alternate route.
Highway closed, no detour available. Take alternate route.
The Kicking Horse River in Golden. (Claire Palmer photo)

Flood Watch issued for Upper Columbia

The advisory is in effect for Invermere, Radium, Golden and Revelstoke.

The Kicking Horse River in Golden. (Claire Palmer photo)
The first chalet to be preserved from the Swiss Village. (RE/MAX Golden photo)

Digital preservation of Golden’s Swiss Village begins

The Edward Feuz house is the first to be digitally preserved

The first chalet to be preserved from the Swiss Village. (RE/MAX Golden photo)
Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park. Due to cold temperatures and persistent snowpack, avalanche hazards persist throughout the mountain national parks, such as in Banff, Yoho and Kootenay, with access roads and camp grounds having delayed openings to start the season. (Claire Palmer file photo)

Hikers beware: Avalanche hazards persist in mountain national parks

Due to an above average snowpack and a cold spring, be safe and aware when heading to the mountains

Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park. Due to cold temperatures and persistent snowpack, avalanche hazards persist throughout the mountain national parks, such as in Banff, Yoho and Kootenay, with access roads and camp grounds having delayed openings to start the season. (Claire Palmer file photo)
Doug Clovechok at a community event in Golden in November 2019. He has been the MLA for Columbia River-Revelstoke since 2017 and just introduced a new Private Member’s Bill to help reclaim Indigenous names, inspired by a letter written to him by a Golden student. (Claire Palmer photo)

‘Emme’s bill’: Call to use Indigenous characters, symbols on B.C. IDs inspired by Golden student

Bill would allow Indigenous language characters on birth certificates, adoption papers and pieces of government identification in B.C.

Doug Clovechok at a community event in Golden in November 2019. He has been the MLA for Columbia River-Revelstoke since 2017 and just introduced a new Private Member’s Bill to help reclaim Indigenous names, inspired by a letter written to him by a Golden student. (Claire Palmer photo)