Trevor Crawley

KCA marks Remembrance Day

Kootenay Christian Academy students and staff marked Remembrance Day with a poignant…

Local society ramping up community outreach programs

A local society is stepping up efforts to address homelessness and poverty…

Council informed about potential natural gas pipeline projects

Four sections in the East Kootenay tentatively set for construction in 2022/2023

Council, staff continue budget talks with focus on industrial lands

Mayor and council continued to debate the future of the industrial lands…

Firefighters respond to commercial fire Tuesday afternoon

A fire destroyed a commercial building up in the Gold Creek area…

Kimberley girl fundraises for volunteer medical transport service

Brielle Waite raised $350 for Angel Flight East Kootenay using leaves for crafts sold at $7 apiece

Fire department pursuing grant funding for wildfire gear

Equipment for wildfire-specific events will help with response and outcomes, says acting fire chief

Protesters decry urban deer cull decision

Concerned citizens say city council should have considered other non-lethal options

College of the Rockies searching for new president

After seven years with the post-secondary institution, David Walls is retiring

Construction underway for 39-unit affordable housing complex

An affordable housing complex for Indigenous Peoples in Cranbrook is officially underway,…

Social worker program expanded to enhance primary care

Parternship between EK Division of Family Practice and Ktunaxa Nation to improve health care acess

Legion, cadets honour veterans during ceremony

Members of the Royal Canadian Legion and dignitaries recognized and honoured the…

Former ʔaq̓am chief helps mark new provincial bill upholding Indigenous rights

New legislation to align provincial law with United Nations declaration affirming Indigenous rights

Protest planned against urban deer cull decision

A protest is being organized by an animal welfare advocate disappointed in…

UPDATED: Two missing people from Columbia Valley have been found

Catherine Gibbons was reported missing on Oct. 30, RCMP believe Damon Brodeur is with her as well

Macnair elected to College board chair role

Fernie resident Randal Macnair is the new College of the Rockies board…

Preparation well underway for B.C. Performing Arts Festival

Organizers brief Cranbrook city council on plans for upcoming festival in June 2020

Council supports boundary extension, needs provincial approval

Proposal would see 18 hectares at the south end of the city brought into the municipal fold

Q3 construction values in Cranbrook continue to soar

Construction values continue to soar in Cranbrook as the city is on…

Council addresses crap concerns in park fields

Complaints over dog feces in park spaces force proposed changes to Animal Control Bylaw