Blind B.C. artist uses fingers for creative vision

Shuswap art studio helps people with special needs express themselves

Community says farewell to Bud Abbott

Cranbrook said farewell to one of its most prominent, beloved citizens Saturday.…

  • Feb 5, 2019

The 8th-annual St. Eugene Wedding Fair in photos

The eighth-annual St. Eugene Wedding Fair took place on Saturday, Feb. 2,…

Much Ado About Nothing
Spring Ceilidh at Cloverdale Catholic Hall
Seed Celebration
West Coast kids learn about ocean safety

At the Cranbrook Public Library

Mike Selby Bob McKenzie looks at hockey pros, fans and those who…

  • Feb 4, 2019

Black Press Media reporter chosen for prestigious leadership academy

Erin Haluschak to attend the Poynter Institute Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media

What’s happening at the Cranbrook Public Library

Mike Selby Family secrets are exposed when an elderly woman begins to…

  • Jan 29, 2019

$90,158 for Cranbrook’s heritage theatre

Cranbrook Community Theatre announces grants for Studio Stage Door renovations

VIDEO: Taking the plunge with Nelson’s cold-water enthusiasts

A group of dedicated dippers look forward to daily winter wading

The Future is Wild Horse

The vintage theatre at Fort Steele reinvents its mission

Is your dog one of Canada’s top 10 most popular breeds?

Labs still top the list, French bulldogs move up

Why film photography is less work (and more fun) than digital

A conversation with Nelson photographers Fred Rosenberg and Thomas Nowaczynski

What’s happening at the Cranbrook Public Library

Mike Selby ‘Operation Columba’ is the untold story of how British intelligence…

  • Jan 21, 2019

The shootout at the Bechtel Ferry: 1945

On August 24, 1945, Charles Bechtel, age 66, was killed by the BC Provincial Police just south of the ranch.

  • Jan 18, 2019

Hospice seeks clients for Live & Learn Program

After a successful two-year trial period, the Cranbrook and Kimberley Hospice Society is renewing its Live and Learn day program, and is putting out the word to prospective clients.

WATCH: Giving the special needs community a Night to Shine

Global event offers people with special needs a full prom experience in Chilliwack, Surrey

Kimberley man drives all night to get photo of rare duck

Local ‘bird-nerd’ gets shot of Mandarin Duck

New dog greeter spreading smiles at prestigious B.C. hotel

Trained as a guide dog, Winston was ‘too friendly’ for official service

B.C. man drives all night to get photo of rare duck

Local ‘bird-nerd’ gets shot of Mandarin Duck

VIDEO: Theo the 800-pound pig finds a home on Vancouver Island

An 800-pound rescued Langley pig, named Theodore, is off to a livestock sanctuary on the Island.

It happened this week in Cranbrook: 1910

The Week of January 6 -12: Items compiled by Dave Humphrey from the archived newspapers held at the Cranbrook History Centre and Archives