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The School District 5 Jiggers danced in front of a crowd at Rotary Park on Thursday

Métis heritage honoured this week

The dance was a part of the Metis Week Proclamation and Celebration.

The School District 5 Jiggers danced in front of a crowd at Rotary Park on Thursday

Child care positions are not being filled in East Kootenay

Child care in the East Kootenays is lacking according to a delegation that spoke to council this week.

Cranbrook Council has vetoed a private apartment in the industrial section.

Industrial flat falls flat

Cranbrook Council defeats motion to allow apartment in industrial building.

Cranbrook Council has vetoed a private apartment in the industrial section.

The path to restorative justice

From Nov. 15 to 22 it is Restorative Justice Week.

Enjoy a cup of tea, or two, for charity

An upcoming ladies night fundraiser will involve having a cup or two of tea for charity.

Western Financial Place receives accessibility funding

Western Financial Place was a topic of conversation at city council on Nov. 2.

Police report: Intoxicated man calls for ride, ends up in cell

Cranbrook RCMP responded to 110 calls from Monday, Nov. 2, to Sunday Nov. 8.

A B-1B Lancer may make an appearance at the Canadian Rockies International Airshow.

Airshow will bring in exotic aircraft

As plans for next year’s airshow fly into view, the show is shaping up to be an exciting one with many exotic aircraft coming to Cranbrook.

A B-1B Lancer may make an appearance at the Canadian Rockies International Airshow.

Businesses join cities in new initiative

A new economic development initiative hopes to attract industry to Cranbrook and Kimberley by marketing directly to them.

The iconic 1935 Ford truck was lifted from its spot on the Williams Moving and Storage building to get a tuneup and refresh

1935 Ford will move again (in parades)

The 1935 moving truck that sits on top of Williams Moving and Storage is getting a new lease on life.

The iconic 1935 Ford truck was lifted from its spot on the Williams Moving and Storage building to get a tuneup and refresh

Little two-bedroom in the industrial zone

Cranbrook City Council debates the existence of living quarters on a property in the industrial park.

A cannabis leaf.

Change to pot laws likely to come slowly, despite Liberal win

A local advocate for reforming cannabis laws was happy with the federal election outcome.

A cannabis leaf.

Joint meeting works out common ground

Cranbrook and Kimberley councils meet for first time since municipal election.

City council looks over the bylaws

City council looked over five bylaws at the Oct. 19 council meeting. Four bylaws were given third reading and one was adopted.

The food bank is looking for a few more volunteers to help out on the team. From left to right

Food bank looking for volunteers

The Cranbrook Food Bank is looking for volunteers, especially with the busy upcoming holiday season on the way.

The food bank is looking for a few more volunteers to help out on the team. From left to right
A cannabis plant.

Investment in Canadian pot industry likely to increase

Carmen Wannop, from Dycar Pharmaceuticals Ltd, confirmed there is interest stateside in the industry.

A cannabis plant.

Construction values see drop from last year

Construction values were down in the third quarter of 2015, as compared to the same period in 2014.

Committee details poverty work in Cranbrook

The Cranbrook Poverty Reduction Committee updated council on the initiative.

Cranbrook Council’s pre-election ponderings

The election was on everyone's minds during Monday night's city council meeting.

Muriel Baxter would be pleased, descendent says

City of Cranbrook may name dog park after legendary schoolteacher