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Cuisine of India opens opposite the Prestige; lunch buffet draws in diners
In part two of a three-part series on how Cranbrook turns sewage into water, we learn how the city turbo-charges microorganisms
Normand Schmidt is walking across the country to encourage peace
Part 1 of a three-part series on how microorganisms turn Cranbrook's sewage into water
The accused and victim didn't know each other, according to local RCMP
Teck is investigating after five sheep were found dead at its Greenhills mine
The Cranbrook club of the Canadian Federation of University Women is prepping for its 30th annual Christmas bazaar in November
As British Columbians deal with a heat wave, BC Hydro says electricity usage has leaped
Book lovers are more empathetic according to research, points out reporter Sally MacDonald
The first Gifts That Give Hope alternative gift giving fair will be held on Saturday, November 15 at Western Financial Place.
Christy Clark speaks at Chamber of Commerce luncheon Thursday.
Dr. Karen Fordham will open a local practice in Cranbrook
Some teachers in Cranbrook work in schools where 17 per cent of the students have special needs
MP David Wilks goes over changes to the federal government’s controversial program
MP David Wilks said the border crossing near Grasmere will remain congested for travellers entering Canada
Christy Clark will speak to the business community and service club members on Thursday, July 10
Interior Health has announced that the drop-in laboratory inside the F.W. Green Clinic will close July 25
911 calls made from the East Kootenay will soon be sent to a call answer service in the Lower Mainland, rather than Kelowna.
The $20 million project began in May and will continue until summer 2016.
Social media giant Facebook let slip that it conducted a social experiment on about 700,000 unknowing users in January, 2012.