CAO gets permanent contract – for two jobs

August 23, 2017 0

by LAURA KEIL Village of Valemount CAO Adam Davey has passed his probationary period and the Village has offered him a permanent contract – for both Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and Corporate Officer (CO) positions. […]

Youth get a lesson after starting grass fire

August 21, 2017 0

By LAURA KEIL Playing with fire during a record wildfire season in B.C. is not a good idea, as two 11-year-olds learned the hard way last week. On Aug. 10th The Valemount Volunteer Fire Department […]

Education

Grade 7 Berg Lake trip

July 2, 2017 0
by GOAT STAFF This year’s Grade 7s from Valemount carried on tradition, as they spent the Jun. 23 weekend hiking up to Berg Lake. For the past 40-odd years, students have embarked on the journey. [...]

Robson Valley students return to Little Mudder

July 1, 2017 0
For the second straight year, students from the McBride and Valemount Elementary Schools went to Prince George to get a little muddy. The second annual Little Mudder Challenge, put on by the Aboriginal Education Department [...]

Sports

Mud and nuthin’ but at Valemount mud races

August 9, 2017 0
The Northwest Mud Racing Association’s annual event at the Canoe Mountain Rodeo grounds in Valemount brought out the crowds despite 30 degree temperatures last weekend. See more photos P6. Races included street legal vehicles, off-road [...]
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Opinion

Editorial: Tax breaks should be based on need

August 20, 2017 0

by LAURA KEIL, Publisher At the Aug 8th Valemount Council meeting, Council considered yearly tax exemptions for several local non-profits that own buildings in Valemount. These include a 100% exemption for the churches and the […]