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Concerned citizen warns of ‘Reader’s Digest contest’ phone scam

A Cranbrook Townsman reader is warning the community about her experience being…

Where to get your flu shot in Cranbrook

It’s flu-shot season and the Eagles Hall at 711 Kootenay Street N.…

Checking in with the COTR Avalanche volleyball squads

After some tough play at home and one road trip under their belts, the Avalanche hit the road again

“Time of the Season,” singers The Zombies coming to Cranbrook in April

Tickets on sale Friday to see newly-inducted Rock N Roll Hall of Famers

Open houses planned to bring public into Koocanusa recreation discussion

Open houses will be held this month in Baynes Lake, Jaffray, Grasmere…

Salvation Army gets community response vehicle to aid first responders

This canteen truck will provide sustenance during emergencies

Leeroy Stagger shares stories and songs from a life in music

Catch veteran Canadian singer-songwriter at Auntie Barbs on Saturday at 7 p.m.

Tickets on sale soon for 2020 Curling Championships at Western Financial Place

Tickets for the 2020 BC Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships which take…

Repertory Cinema comes to Cranbrook

Gordon Sheridan launches The REP at the Studio Stage Door; First up — ‘The Shining’

Fire Hall Kitchen and Tap celebrates Thanksgiving by giving back to community

On Monday, Oct. 14, for the second year in a row, the…

Nominations for 2019 Citizen of the Year open now

It’s that time of year again when the Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce…

COTR Avalanche season begins with two wins for women, two losses for men

The College of the Rockies Avalanche volleyball season opened this weekend with…

COTR Avalanche volleyball teams in fine form heading into season opener

Men’s and women’s teams square up against the Douglas Royals on Friday, Saturday

Old willow collapses in Spooner Park

A willow tree that has long stood in Rick Spooner Memorial Park…

COTR instructor Nathan Dueck launches third book

Dueck takes a unique look at ’80s pop culture in A Very Special Episode

Tuesday’s snowfall beats record set 118 years ago

The 8.4 centimetres of snowfall on Tuesday was nearly twice the usual total for the whole month

The Kootenay Up and Down disc golf tournament

This reporter’s first tournament, but certainly not last

Rev. Woensdregt: Living with Grace in Dark Times

Rev. Yme Woensdregt You have probably heard of Anne Frank. She was…

It happened this week in Cranbrook: Week of September 29 – October 5, 1912

Dave Humphrey Items compiled from the archived newspapers held at the Cranbrook…

Hugs and slugs

Hugs: Big hugs of appreciation go out to the City and the…