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2 from Alberta found dead in vehicle in B.C. Kootenays

Police assisting B.C. Coroners Service, say there is no danger to the public

Two found dead in vehicle near Cranbrook

Police assisting B.C. Coroners Service, say there is no danger to the public

USW issues 72-hour strike notice

Union, employer association have applied for a mediator

So far, so mellow

Only one ticket issued for cannabis-related violations, say law enforcement

Referendum a chance to reflect on democratic values

Majority rules, but what majority matters most to British Columbia voters?

Legion continues support for community initiatives

Roughly $41,000 has been donated and distributed to various community programs and organizations

Youth Impact program gets first corporate sponsor

Kootenay Mountain Metal donates $1,500 to program, encourages other businesses to step up

Morrison wins Kootenay-Columbia Tory nomination

Former RCMP officer and diplomat to represent Conservatives in 2019 federal election

United Steelworkers in B.C. Interior return strike vote

Job action could affect 3,500 union members across three locals in Kelowna, Kamloops and Kootenays

Laurie Middle School celebrates diversity with rainbow sidewalk entrance

Student-led initiative comes together with the support of teachers and district staff

Public sector union donates building to Food Bank

The Cranbrook Food Bank Society now owns the building on their property…

Kimberley business donates to Cranbrook non-profits

Alan Bowler and Laurie Weitzel with Earth’s Own Naturals in Kimberley donated…

Two accused in 2010 double-homicide appear in court

Two men charged with first degree murder appear by video for pre-trial conference in Vancouver.

ʔaq̓am community holding council elections

Six candidates vying for two council seats at the ʔaq̓am Community Council

Local Muay Thai fighters head to national, international competitions

A pair of Cranbrook martial artists are heading off to big stages…

College hosting open house

COTR throwing open it’s doors to showcase programs for prospective students

WATCH: Students learn about fire safety and prevention

Over 400 Grade 3 students recently toured through the fire hall as part of Fire Prevention Week.

New faces will be at the RDEK board table

New mayors, electoral area directors will be represented in the RDEK for the next four years

Voter turnout trending lower

Initial numbers appear to be significantly down from last election cycle in 2014