Paul Rodgers

Hugs and Slugs

Hugs: A big hug to Great Canadian Oil Change for their honesty…

Galloway Lumber sold to new owners

Family-run business for the past 75 years has been sold

Mike’s Booknotes: Rubaiyat

Three people. Three Books. And a whole lot of questions.

The week in review: May 10

A video recap of this week’s top stories in Cranbrook

Red Seal chef Steven Lechmann teaches Cannabis Consumables course

Marijuana is legal, but edibles can’t yet be purchased. This course teaches how to make them yourself

Comox Island author Kim Letson stops through Cranbrook on book tour

“Pomegranates at 4800 Metres” is a heartfelt memoir

The Week in Review

A video recap of this week’s top stories

College of the Rockies celebrates annual Awards Ceremony

Over $89,000 in scholarships, bursaries, and awards presented to students in the ‘18/19 academic year

Hugs and Slugs

Hugs: To Jim at Speedy Brake and Muffler for returning my call…

First disc golf tournament of the season a roaring success

Weather held out, and nearly 50 people attended the two day tournament

583 residents cast their ballot in City Council by-election advance poll

Next advance poll set for May 8, general voting day: May 11

Avalanche Canada says winter’s not over yet in the high alpine

Take winter precautions if exploring the back country

Fire Hall Kitchen and Tap’s second annual Happy Camper Day Thursday

Every pint purchased April 25 goes towards sending kids to summer camp

PDGA-sanctioned disc golf tournament takes place this weekend

The Double Disc Golf Cup takes at the Wycliffe and Cranbrook courses

VIDEO: Cranbrook’s crafty community gets new supply shop

Kootenay Arts and Crafts is open for business on Baker Street

WATCH: The week in review

A look back at some of this week’s top stories in Cranbrook

Sam Steele Society announces 2019’s festival theme

Celebrating the Spirit of Cranbrook: Its History, Its People, Its Future

Cranbrook Tourism full steam ahead

Cranbrook Tourism updated Council on their accomplishments and plans for future

Proposal for Kootenay-wide Inter-Community Business Licence approved at Council

The proposal would expand the existing ICBL with Kimberley to include communities around region

Council to reconsider Balment Park location for KEYSA sports facility

Mayor put forward motion to reconsider earlier vote, citing “new information” that’s come to light