- Cranbrook man convicted of 1994 triple slaying hopes new DNA tests clear him
- New agency to fund wildlife conservation
- Kootenay Ice to select second overall at 2017 WHL Bantam Draft
- ‘I’ll bring it back when I’m done’
- Sewer system strained with ground water
- First witness on stand for Bountiful trial
- KIJHL: Dynamiters ground Rockets for 11th consecutive win
- Conservatives lost their vision
- Randall Hopley to appeal seven-year sentence
- Players Bench Jets collect silver at home
- Manic Monday in Cranbrook
- Our Town
Dean Roberts has filed a petition in B.C. Supreme Court after spending nearly 25 years in prison.
Goal is to take politics out of decision-making for wildlife management and predator control, says MLA Bill Bennett.
The Prince Albert Raiders won the lottery to select first, over the Ice who had the best odds heading in.
Man steals his neighbour’s license plate, drives off in stolen Honda
Over capacity of water in the system as residents attempt to scramble to contain flooding in homes across Cranbrook.
20-year-old Cranbrook kid honoured for outstanding season, Fleury and Loschiavo also given prestigious awards.
The Nitros picked up a win and a loss in Fruitvale to bring the Kootenay Conference finals home tied 1-1.
On March 18, three hikers lost in the Kimberley Nature Park called for help.
Tough loss to old rival spoils final home game festivities, Payton Lee’s Cranbrook finale.
The soulful Canadian singer’s third record is drawing international attention. He’s touring it through Cranbrook next week
A Kimberley resident is very grateful to his letter carrier, for more than just prompt mail delivery.
Kimberley Dynamiters defeat Cyclone Taylor Cup hosts in six games, headed to Kootenay conference finals for third straight year.
Kootenay look to play spoiler, rekindle rivalry in home-and-home series against Calgary Hitmen during final weekend of the season
Cranbrook’s Memorial Arena will host the BC Tier Three Bantam Hockey Championship, which will take place from March 19 to March 22.
Local homes hit hard as warming temperatures causing basement floods.
Judge finds woman not guilty of counselling her husband to commit suicide.
The East Kootenay Volleyball Club’s U16 Avalanche boys had a big weekend, winning a tournament in Alberta.
A movie denied permission to film in Alberta's mountain national parks is now on location in British Columbia
RCMP respond to 125 calls for service from March 6 to March 13.
Ice unable to maintain lead against feisty Edmonton team, look for renewed effort and focus in Lethbridge road game.
Local Montana American Legion baseball team rise to higher division will mean more home games, creation of secondary 'B' team.
Jonathan Robins leads contingency of three local alpine skiers representing Canada at premiere competition in Austria.
Spate of two vehicle arsons in less than a week prompt investigation from local police.
Black Press is expanding its media presence in Cranbrook and Kimberley
MLA Bill Bennett announces $40,000 that will go to the Kootenay Wildlife Heritage Fund to feed elk and ungulates.