Sally Macdonald

The mysterious fate of Flight 370

One month since the Malaysia Airlines plane disappeared, believed to have crashed into the Indian Ocean

Make a plan for medical decisions

Hospice society urges people to think about and share their wishes
for medical crises when they may not be able to speak for themselves

Celebrate local books

B.C. Book Day is April 9; celebrate home-grown works

Parkland Middle School students sing to the camera in this screengrab from a lip dub video now on YouTube.

Press play on Parkland

Students at the Cranbrook middle school came together to film a fun lip dub video that is gaining hundreds of hits on YouTube

Parkland Middle School students sing to the camera in this screengrab from a lip dub video now on YouTube.
Following her MasterChef Canada experience

What’s next for Danielle Cardozo?

Cranbrook’s MasterChef contestant is moving on in her food journey after her elimination

Following her MasterChef Canada experience

Bullock gets two years jail

Man charged over carjacking, police chase sentenced

Members of Cranbrook’s Youth Action Team said thanks to local businesses that were certified youth friendly in a survey by CBKyouth. Kootenay Roasting Company

Cranbrook youth speak up loudly

Young people don’t feel like they are being heard in their home town, survey finds

Members of Cranbrook’s Youth Action Team said thanks to local businesses that were certified youth friendly in a survey by CBKyouth. Kootenay Roasting Company
Ducks float in Joseph Creek between the Tamarack Centre and Joseph Creek Village. Residents are upset by the condition of the creek

Joseph Creek a mess, decry seniors

Residents of Joseph Creek Village are upset that the creek behind their homes is full of garbage

Ducks float in Joseph Creek between the Tamarack Centre and Joseph Creek Village. Residents are upset by the condition of the creek
Cranbrook’s Michel Lechmann (right) and business partner Rick MacDonald (left)

Missing Malaysian plane: Man from Cranbrook helps in search

Michel Lechmann has created a software program being used to spot possible airplane debris

Cranbrook’s Michel Lechmann (right) and business partner Rick MacDonald (left)
MLA Bill Bennett (left) and Agriculture Minister Pat Pimm (right) visit ranchers Lonnie and Jamie Jones on Picture Valley Ranch near Wardner in August 2013.

B.C. proposes changes to land reserve

Minister Bill Bennett says the East Kootenay will be in a new zone of the Agricultural Land Reserve, with changes to the use of farm land

MLA Bill Bennett (left) and Agriculture Minister Pat Pimm (right) visit ranchers Lonnie and Jamie Jones on Picture Valley Ranch near Wardner in August 2013.
Danielle Cardozo (left) grimaces as Chef Michael Bonacini opens her Baked Alaska on MasterChef Canada.

Danielle hangs up her MasterChef apron

Cranbrook's MasterChef contestant has been eliminated, but her culinary career is just beginning

Danielle Cardozo (left) grimaces as Chef Michael Bonacini opens her Baked Alaska on MasterChef Canada.
At The Paw Shop

Banjo’s big escape

The beloved local store pet is back home after the community rallied to find the missing feline

At The Paw Shop
It may look barren now

Let the growing season begin

Cranbrook Public Produce Garden will soon spring forth with life; visit on Tuesday to help plan out the planting

It may look barren now
At left: a well-constructed bridge. At right: A poorly constructed bridge identified in a Forest Practices Board audit.

Some backroad bridges unsafe, report finds

Forest Practices Board says Rocky Mountain Forest District has worst safety compliance for bridges

At left: a well-constructed bridge. At right: A poorly constructed bridge identified in a Forest Practices Board audit.

Province takes aim at feral pigs

Licensed hunters can now harvest feral pigs anywhere in B.C.

Author David Stevenson will read from his book 'Letters From Chamonix' in Cranbrook on Saturday

Mountaineering author to speak in Cranbrook

David Stevenson's book "Letters From Chamonix" brings together his short stories inspired by the mountains

Author David Stevenson will read from his book 'Letters From Chamonix' in Cranbrook on Saturday
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Nuts for Nutter’s

Cranbrook natural foods store marks 17 years in business

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Sparks fly over highway projects

Cranbrook council discussion on highway tasks opens old wounds

Salmon vital for treaty review: Ktunaxa

First Nation says restoring salmon should be a part of discussions with the U.S. to renew the historic water management agreement

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Group talks about KCT replacement

Cranbrook's Key City Theatre is slated to be part of the replacement of Mount Baker Secondary School, but funding is needed

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