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Business women are all the fashion

Business women are all the fashion

An upcoming women’s fashion show is about more than just showcasing leggings and flowing tunics that are all the rage this spring. Naramata Bench Clothing Co.
Towns partner for day of festivities

Towns partner for day of festivities

Two communities are joining forces to provide people from across the region a day of outdoor activities in one of the most anticipated events in Diamond Valley on June 7.
Oilfields musical brings audience under the sea

Oilfields musical brings audience under the sea

A group of high school drama students are venturing under the sea to bring to life a love story that captured hearts 25 years ago.
Cyclists to descend on the foothills this weekend

Cyclists to descend on the foothills this weekend

A Calgary outfitter is giving cyclists one of the most scenic views in the region in a road ride that will take them from Turner Valley to Bragg Creek and back this weekend.
Town manager gets helping hand

Town manager gets helping hand

Turner Valley’s new chief administrative officer is getting a helping hand as he begins his various duties in the town of 2,200.
Pet neglect penalties increasing

Pet neglect penalties increasing

Irresponsible pet owners in Diamond Valley could face penalties up to 10 times higher than before if they don’t change their ways.

Council rethinking housing situation

Turner Valley residents worried they would have to put off plans to move previously lived-in homes onto their property may not have to wait.
Former councillor taking on Town role

Former councillor taking on Town role

A former Turner Valley councillor expects to settle nicely into his role as a Town employee after spending almost 10 years getting to know the operations and issues of his community.
More money needed for spray park

More money needed for spray park

A Turner Valley committee needs financial support from the Town in order to see its spray park completed this year.
Residents appeal infiltration gallery

Residents appeal infiltration gallery

Two Turner Valley women concerned about the quality of water residents may soon be drinking will appear before the Environmental Appeals Board, likely in September.