Trevor Crawley

Raccoons on the rise in the East Kootenay

WildSafeBC says the critters have increasingly been spotted in Cranbrook and Kimberley

Feds announce $25M for Avalanche Canada

Funding promise was initially made last fall during federal government budget update

Stetski, NDP take feds to task over UN concerns with Alberta national park

UN report outlines concerns over industrial development in Wood Buffalo National Park

Zip line to be replaced at Idlewild Park

The zip line at Idlewild Park is being replaced with a double-track…

WATCH: Medical transport service celebrates historic first flight

Angel Flight East Kootenay takes to the skies with first patient flight to Kelowna

Public consultation set to open for RDEK solid waste management plan

Public consultation is the next step after a draft solid waste management…

RDEK sets goals in creation of new strategic plan

The RDEK is eyeing a new strategic plan after establishing a series…

Rotary Club looks to recruit more women, younger members

The Cranbrook Rotary Club is hoping to grow their ranks and has…

Cranbrook History Centre organizing summer junior paleontology sessions

Kids can get the chance to learn about the local fossil record at the Cranbrook History Centre

CBT grants $30,000 for Cranbrook art installation

Cranbrook will be receiving a $30,000 grant from the Columbia Basin Trust…

Expensive E-bikes stolen from Flaman Fitness

A local business reports that a pair of electric bikes worth over…

Invasive species council gets funding for mussel testing

East Kootenay Invasive Species Council to sample over 10 regional lakes for Zebra and Quagga mussels

Council votes to fund Studio Stage Door roof repairs

Building is currently under renovation from theatre society, but city staff had roof concerns

Residents sound off on solid waste management plan

Regional government body releases survey results asking for feedback on solid waste management

It Happened This Week in Cranbrook: June 23-29, 1912

Week June 23 - 29 Dave Humphrey Items compiled from the archived…

Oldtimer hockey league donates to local community organizations

$8,000 donated to Food Bank, Street Angels; two scholarships awarded to Mount Baker graduates

Federal Conservative candidate proposes series of debates

Kootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski accepts challenge of election debates across the riding

KEYSA, BMX society praise council pledge to cover track costs

A joint statement from a youth soccer association and a local BMX…

Three Kootenay students awarded legacy scholarship

Neil Muth Scholarship honours legacy of former Columbia Basin Trust leader

Council pledges to cover cost of BMX track reconstruction

Indoor facility construction set for the fall; city to cover any costs from BMX track modifications