Community

Cranbrook boy, 6, creates blankets for kids

Elias Quick feels everyone deserves a fuzzy blankets, especially at Cranbrook Transition House and Alberta Children’s Hospital

Christmas Village 2017 in support of United Way EK

For the second year in a row, the Cranbrook Townsman, Kimberley Bulletin and Black Press are hosting a magical Christmas village in support of the community.

Lighthouse offers hope to those facing an abyss

New Cranbrook program supports those with recent dementia diagnosis and their caregivers

Vancouver Island woman draws portrait of B.C. fire chief who was swept away by floods

‘I felt their loss, and wanted to reach out to them’ says Harpaul Nandhra.

Kimberley Alpine Resort gears up for another season

Cold temperatures and snow have helped to build a base on the ski hill.

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        Random Acts of Fordness

          Team B.C. wins second straight bronze at nationals

          B.C. defeats Saskatchewan 2-1 in overtime.

          • Nov 13th, 2017

          Public rallies around B.C. woman after life-altering brain aneurysm

          A GoFundMe page has been set up after a Langley mom was hospitalized

          Cranbrook Legion’s 2016 Poppy Campaign raises $50K

          Remembrance Day ceremonies set for Saturday, Nov. 11

          • Nov 6th, 2017

          Save power after Daylight Saving

          Remember to turn your clocks back an hour Sunday morning

          • Nov 3rd, 2017

          Kootenay Literary Competition returns

          The deadline for submissions from writers across the Kootenays is December 31

          Keep your pets safe this Halloween

          Halloween can be the most dangerous night of the year for your cats and dogs

          B.C. paramedic honoured for instructor excellence

          Chilliwack’s Bill Bailey has dedicated his life to improving trauma care for patients and providers

          Local climbing gym hosting competition

          Approximately 200 athletes from BC and Alberta expected to attend.

          Sheep on the lam in Penticton

          Not black sheep, but pretty baaaah-d