Trevor Crawley

Fire conditions won’t change anytime soon

BC Wildfire Service crews grappling with large-scale fires in the East Kootenay

Western Financial Place hosting community registration night

Venue shifting due to the Emergency Reception Centre operations at the curling arena.

UPDATED: Wildfires continue to burn in the area

Residents grapple with evacuation orders and alerts in the region.

Fact sheet for backcountry closure

Why are you restricting access to all Crown land in the Rocky…

Chernove strikes gold at World Championship

Tristen Chernove of Cranbrook, B.C., and Michael Sametz of Calgary each won…

Backcountry closed in Rocky Mountain Forest District

In the interest of public safety, effective at noon Pacific Time on…

RCMP warn drivers to slow down as school starts

It’s that time of year again when parents are sending their kids…

Liberal leadership in good hands: Shyptika

The BC Liberal Party officially opened their leadership race on Tuesday, setting…

Fires burning near Moyie, Lake Koocanusa

Wildfire season shows no sign of abating, as crews continue to work…

Wakeboarder a national champion, nabs bronze at Worlds

Colden Thompson making waves in national and international wakeboarding competitions.

Enrolment up slightly in SD5

District also managing staffing increases resulting from Supreme Court ruling.

Ice training camp set to open

WHL veterans and prospects look to impress new ownership and coaching staff.

Construction to interrupt traffic flow

City crews upgrading traffic lights at Baker St. and 11th Ave for five weeks.

Chernove leads cycling team to world championship

Local para-athlete and 12 other Canadian cyclists aiming for the podium in South Africa.

Province funds new trades spaces at COTR

Just over $100,000 will open 16 trades spots at the College, announces government minister.

Local partnership hopes to develop high-level hockey players

Kootenay Ice team up with regional bantam, midget program based out of Kimberley.

Remote wildfires continue to burn

No communities or structures threatened as wildfires burn in backcountry areas.

The week on the beat

Police responded to 193 calls for service last week.

Ice deal for d-man, Murray off to school

Ice, Hurricanes swap prospects, Murray opts for university.

Former husband and wife get jail time in B.C. child bride case

Emily and Brandon Blackmore sentenced for taking a child to the U.S. to marry their religious leader