Trevor Crawley

City seeking feedback on childcare services

A consultant will be holding an open house on Oct. 5 to gather public comments

Province seeks feedback on backcountry access issues

The provincial government is holding local consultation sessions with an eye to…

Vandalizing election signage is against the law

There are criminal code consequences for vandalizing election signage

PHOTO: Goldsbury opens Liberal campaign office in Cranbrook

Robin Goldsbury, the Liberal Party candidate for Kootenay-Columbia, opened her campaign office…

PHOTO: Stetski opens NDP campaign office in Cranbrook

Kootenay-Columbia NDP candidate Wayne Stetski was joined by supporters while opening his…

PROFILE: Stewart running for People’s Party of Canada in Kootenay-Columbia

New conservative-leaning party wants to cut immigration, slash foreign aid funding

PROFILE: Stetski running for NDP in Kootenay-Columbia

Regional NDP candidate was first elected to federal office four years ago

PROFILE: Brynne running for Green Party in Kootenay-Columbia

Long-time West Kootenay resident advocates for food security, environmental issues

PROFILE: Goldsbury running for Liberals in Kootenay-Columbia

Long-time Kootenay entrepreneur hoping to bring experience to federal government

PROFILE: Morrison running for Conservatives in Kootenay-Columbia

Former RCMP member, diplomat looking to recapture the riding for the Tories

RCMP seize large amount of copper wire

Cranbrook RCMP has seized an extensive amount of stolen copper wire and…

Two upcoming election forums set for Cranbrook

Voters will soon have some opportunities to hear from candidates running for…

Work underway for new COTR housing facility

Work has begun on a new housing complex at the College of…

Kootenay Rockies Gran Fondo celebrates volunteers, sponsors

The Cranbrook Rotary Club honoured volunteers and sponsors of the Kootenay Rockies…

Regional chambers meet with provincial government staff

Regional representatives with Kootenay chambers of commerce recently met with the provincial…

Aquatic centre to remain closed for the next month

City staff say the closure is due to ongoing roof construction at Western Financial Place

Latest round of Columbia River Treaty talks wrap up in Cranbrook

Federal, provincial, U.S. and Indigenous representatives recently met for eight round of discussions

Evidence hearings begin for 2010 double-murder suspects

A process that determines evidence admissibility ahead of trial proceedings has begun in Vancouver

City looking to sell ‘retired’ fire engine

1995 Freightliner fire engine has reached its end of life, will be put up for sale

Cranbrook’s second quarter crime stats are in

S/Sgt. Barry Graham says the crime rate per 1,000 is lower than average across Southeast Distirct