Trevor Crawley

Former polygamous leader found guilty of removing a child from Canada

James Oler found guilty of removing an underage child from Canada to marry a U.S. man in 2004

No-stopping zone implemented for highway stretch through Kootenay National Park

Two day use areas also closed in order to reduce human-wildlife conflict for feeding bears

City monitoring water levels, warn residents to be safe

Given the spring freshet and a rainy forecast for the ucpcoming long…

Stetski presents petition to save Air Canada flights from Cranbrook to Calgary

Kootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski presented a petition in the House of Commons…

City adopts tax rate bylaw with 3.97 per cent increase

Cranbrook city council has formally approved a tax rate bylaw that will…

Cranbrook History Centre requests increase to annual city grant

Guy Santucci, president of the board, says operational costs continue to rise

City road construction projects well underway

If you haven’t noticed, road construction projects are very much underway in…

Laurie band earns silver rating at music festival

The Laurie Middle School Concert Band recently returned from a successful Con…

Officials expecting lower water levels at Koocanusa reservoir

BC Hydro anticipating lower snowpack, lower water flows through regional river systems

Letter to the Editor: An open letter to MP Wayne Stetski

Mr. Stetski, Why did you vote against a motion (vote No.1308) on…

Updated: John Hudak wins city council byelection

Results will be officially validated on Wednesday at city hall

Second advance poll nets 657 ballots for upcoming byelection

General election day set for Saturday, May 11, with polls open at the Prestige Rocky Mountain Resort

BCTF president tours through Southeast Kootenay school district

Glen Hansman talks teacher shortages, status of new collective bargaining agreement negotiations

COLUMN: A state of limbo for Cranbrook’s hockey future

What’s happening at Western Financial Place next season is anyone’s guess

More projects at Idlewild Park are underway

City staff and community groups are working to improve and upgrade park amenities

Kootenay communities receive funding for wildfire mitigation

Province doles out nearly $1 million to regional communities, First Nations, ahead of fire season

Stetski’s local food day bill goes to committee review

Proposed legislation would recognize agricultural producers on Fridays before Thanksgiving

Stetski secures funding for federal summer jobs program

Kootenay-Columbia MP helps set priorities for regional summer work experience program

Crime stats down in first quarter report: Cranbrook RCMP

First quarter crime stats are down on average from the last year,…

Unique partnership opens coffeeshop at Joseph Creek Village

Golden Life Management, REALM and Auntie Barb’s Bakery partner to open new Java Creek Cafe