Barry Coulter

The time of the week when people speak

Hugs: For Judy who works at the Gold Creek Market. Always serves…

Rotarians at work at Fred Scott Villas

Members of the Cranbrook Rotary Club, along with some key community volunteers,…

George Morris turns 99

Friends, family and neighbours gathered outside at Terra Lee Terraces in Cranbrook…

It happened this week in 1913

May 24 - 30: Compiled by Dave Humphrey from the newspapers at the Cranbrook History Centre and Archives

The geese families of Idlewild

The geese families of Idlewild Park in Cranbrook, B.C., are out and…

Taking the Auspices: What’s in a Murmuration?

This is the most wonderful time of year, if you ask me.…

The third photograph of Robert Johnson

An old photograph comes to light — a reminder that mythology is real and the past is still alive

Continue keeping calm, and being kind

Hugs: Big hugs for Margaret, a cashier at Wal-Mart. Every time my…

200 metres of Joseph Creek

Joseph Creek, running through Kinsmen Park and along Rotary Way in Cranbrook,…

Car stolen from Cranbrook airport

Cranbrook RCMP are investigating a report of a stolen vehicle. The 2020…

Cranbrook Public Library Launches ‘Library Takeout’

Curbside materials pickup program available as of May 19th

Restaurants, facing tough times, remain engaged

Barry Coulter With lockdown and self-isolation now the norm, the importance of…

Legion marks VE Day with Cranbrook ceremony

Friday, May 8, 2020, marked the 75th Anniversary of VE Day, when…

New manager takes helm at market

Jessica Kazemi is taking over from Livia Lara as the Manager of the Cranbrook Farmers Market

Is a shuttered library a sign of an impending apocalypse?

More and more, I find myself missing the Public Library. I know…

Hugs and Slugs: The voice of the people as the months change over

Offering heartfelt Hugs, condolences and prayers for the victims, their families and…

“And their music, it’s just noise!”

World O’ Words: Juvenoia, and the ongoing generation trust gap

Kootenay grocers working to keep us fed

This is part of an ongoing series in the Townsman/Bulletin paying tribute to our front line workers during the pandemic

WolfPack women’s basketball sign Cranbrook’s Josie Mackie

For the Townsman The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack have gone to the…

World O’ Words: Hemerophiles, and a new era of synanthropization

They say if we can keep up our lock-down, self-isolating ways for…