Trevor Crawley

Province to ban Category 2 fires in Kootenay region

The prohibition covers open fires larger than a half metre tall and a half metre wide

Water service at Kotoenay St. project shut down due to emergency repairs

The city is shutting down water services to residential and business properties…

MLAs get earful on liquor, cannabis regulations

Tom Shypitka, John Yap hear local feedback on liquor, cannabis issues

Ministers discuss energy issues at Cranbrook conference

Federal government also provides update on the status of the Dominion Coal Block

Kootenay St. intersection temporarily closed

City, contractor continuing to work on Kootenay St. storm sewer main upgrade project

City seeking feedback on climate adaptation

The City of Cranbrook is teaming up with the Rural Development Institute…

NDP MPs hold plastic pollution roundtable in Cranbrook

Wayne Stetski and Nathan Cullen discuss plastic pollution crisis, hear concerns from local citizens

Liberal MLAs host forestry roundtable in Cranbrook

Official Opposition members meet with forestry industry stakeholders

Unicorns FC win JulyFest soccer tournament

Cranbrook squad earns third tournament title in five years

Residents living in two commerically zoned buildings evacuated

City fire department says both buildings are not up to code for residential occupancy

B.C. removes personal limits for bringing home out-of-province alcohol

Previous relgulations placed limits on the amount of liquor that B.C. residents could bring home

Local sheriff to be lifted up for cycling challenge

S/Sgt. Kelly Hunter’s latest fundraiser for Cops for Kids to be held at Tamarack Centre

National energy conference wraps up in Cranbrook

Provincial, territorial and federal ministers discuss energy policies, challenges and opportunities

Feds announce battery technology challenge at energy conference

Provincial and territorial energy and mines ministers talk policy, challenges at annual meeting

CBT heritage funding comes in for three local projects

The Columbia Basin Trust has announced 2.8 million that will be used…

Emergency repairs required for spray irrigation effluent pipeline: City

The city reports that emergency repairs were necessary after a break in…

WATCH: Feds announce $400K for ʔaq̓am housing energy retrofits

The federal government has announced $400,000 in funding for energy efficiency retrofitting…

Road, infrastructure projects well underway: City

City updates the state of local road and infrastructure projects

Stetski talks up NDP election platform

NDP candidate for Kootenay-Columbia riding outlines election ‘commitments’ to Canadian voters

Crown recommends up to two-year jail term for former Bountiful leader

Crown says sentence range should be 18 months to two years for Bountiful child removal case