Trevor Crawley

Cranbrook’s top official inks new contract

Chief Administrative Officer David Kim signed five-year agreement in September

Cranbrook, Kimberley mayors discuss local issues at business event

Mayor Lee Pratt and Mayor Don McCormick sound off on economic development, housing, and wildfires

Charges laid after RCMP traffic stop

Cranbrook police arrest 32-year-old man on prohibited weapon charge, breaching conditions

City of Cranbrook suffered malware attack in 2018

Emergency upgrade of information technology was announced last May

Deadline for CBT funding program approaches

There are less than two weeks left for interested non-profit organizations to…

Kootenay-Columbia MP talks federal legislation with regional politicians

Topics included firearms, navigable waters protection, Columbia River Treaty negotiations and more.

Temporary traffic lights coming to Theatre Rd intersection

The city has approved the purchase of used temporary portable lights for…

Group wants to study feasibility of multi-use facility

A group of volunteers is hoping to garner support from city council…

Yellow Vest protest movement comes to Cranbrook

Group wearing high-visibiltiy vests gather outside MP office; counter-protest group also present

UPDATED: Council endorses two cannabis retail locations

With council support, cannabis license applications go back to province for final approval

Cranbrook property assessments up by six per cent

Homeowners across the Kootenay region will be shortly receiving their 2019 property…

Cranbrook RCMP searching for missing man

Cranbrook RCMP is requesting the public’s help to find a man reported…

RCMP searching for robbery suspect

Police release photos of Christmas Day robbery suspect, ask public for help

Year in Review: RCMP put a dent in property crime, traffic enforcement

Detatchment also touts the ongoing success of a Mental Health Liaison officer

Top Cranbrook RCMP boss off to Kelowna

S/Sgt. Lee wrapped up last day on Dec. 20 in Cranbrook, will assume new duties in January.

Ice announcement on future ‘very soon’: Robison

WHL commissioner says new ownership has done exactly what league has wanted

SD5 is not considering fees for non-resident students

MLA Tom Shypitka had raised concerns that the school board was considering fees for WHL players

Kootenay East MLA ‘couldn’t be happier’ with electoral reform result

71.8 per cent of the Kootenay East vote favoured keeping the First Past the Post system

Santa arrives early for kids Christmas party

The holiday season came a little bit early for local families last…

Four in custody following home invasion

Stolen items seized after search warrants executed in three residences