Local News

Unions set for national strike against CP Rail

Locomotive engineers, conductors and signals specialists seeking new collective agreements.

WildWear shifts couture culture on the recyclable runway

Images of the eighth annual MBSS Trash Fashion Show

Scott’s Diamond Forever celebrates retiring great

Neil Diamond tribute at St. Eugene a fundraiser for Parkinson’s; marks singer-songwriter’s announcement

Photo exhibit showcases Mountains of Personality

Project from local photographer puts the spotlight on regional personalities, landmarks

Society wages campaign against distracted driving

As April is Distracted Driving Month, it’s a good occasion for SADD’s message to be heard loud and clear

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Kimberley Alpine Resort's Helicopter Easter Egg Drop
New resident octopus at Vancouver Aquarium
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Parkland grade 8 and 9 bands win golds in Seattle festival

“We are Parkland, this is what we do”

  • Apr 19th, 2018

Trans Mountain supplies 100% of Kootenay gas

Kootenay and Okanagan consumers have a lot to lose if Alberta slows gas supply say petroleum analyst

Wildsight, locals weigh in on proposed tenure from Retallack and Lower Kootenay Band

The proposal is for an adventure tourism tenure in 71,000 hectares of the Purcell Mountains.

Unions file strike notice against CP Rail

Negotiations to continue up till late Friday deadline.

More than 100 nests counted, and Turtle Day ahead!

Already a few Western Painted Turtle hatchlings have emerged from their nests at Elizabeth Lake by Cranbrook

BC SPCA seeks cruelty charge after seizing 45 filthy dogs

Dogs found in Victoria-area home; matted with urine and feces

Wildsight calls for full protection for Mountain Caribou habitat

Over the past year, the South Selkirks herd has lost nine animals, leaving only three females in the mountains south of Nelson

Passenger dies of injuries from King Street crash

Cranbrook RCMP Continue to Investigate Fatal Motor Vehicle Incident

  • Apr 15th, 2018

Tie Lake man fined for killing wildlife

Man sentenced to $14,000 fine, five-year hunting and firearms bans.

Fording River victim identified

Teck Resources identifies Fording River Operations victim as Albertan man, Pat Dwyer.