Trevor Crawley

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

Council approves 20-unit BC Housing apartment building

New apartment will replace two existing four plexes in the Laurie Middle School neighbourhood

First Nations included in latest Columbia River Treaty talks

Seventh round of negotiations between Canada and U.S. wrap up in Washington D.C.

School board reports January malware attack

Email systems compromised at board office and Fernie Learning Centre, according to memo

KEYSA offers to support potential BMX track reconstruction

A local youth soccer organization hoping to construct an indoor facility at…

College, Ktunaxa sign new agreement building on long-standing partnership

An agreement between the College of the Rockies and the Ktunaxa Nation…

UPDATED: Honda Civic reported stolen is recovered, say RCMP

Police had put out a call for help after a vehicle was stolen in Cranbrook on Wednesday night

Cranbrook mayor responds to prospective junior hockey ownership group

Lee Pratt says city council will have a chance to be involved in a lease agreement decision

Contracts awarded to foster Tembec lands development

Three contracts have been awarded to companies that are working to develop…

Letter to the Editor: Sinclair/Epp group responds to Cranbrook junior hockey press release

City of Cranbrook Council Our group has been asked by various council…

On the role of journalism and public accountability

Lets talk about some news that hit the community last week. In…

Graduates recognized at COTR convocation ceremony

184 attendees make for one of the largest convocation ceremonies in 43 years at the College

Linklater wildfire 85 per cent contained: BC Wildfire Service

Wildfire was first discovered on June 4 and is suspected to be human-caused

City looking for best long-term fit for junior hockey

The city says a tender process designed to identify groups interested in…

Letter to the Editor: BMX group asks city to bear track reconstruction costs

Dear Mayor and Councillors, We would like to respectfully address the upcoming…

New political party hoping to make a splash in Kootenays

Rick Stewart running under the banner of the People’s Party of Canada in Kootenay-Columbia

Local group says city turned down arena sublease agreement

City responds and says it has not turned down any offers to bring a franchise to the area

COTR graduates first group of locally trained nurses

Nursing degree program was recently expanded to include all four years of education in Cranbrook

NDP MPs call for prioritization of softwood lumber agreement

The federal NDP is taking the governing Liberals to task for failing…