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Visitor Centre at Kootenay Trout Hatchery closed until further notice

Outreach programs, such as the learn to fish program, have also been suspended for the time being

Number of COVID-19 cases in Interior Health region remains at two

Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry addressed the media today

Data suggests B.C. efforts to flatten the curve of COVID-19 cases are starting to work
Young Abbotsford couple marries in quiet ceremony despite COVID-19
B.C. premier announces $5-billion COVID-19 aid and recovery plan
Feds release ads to back COVID-19 fight

Resorts of Canadian Rockies suspend operations for one week

All resorts, including Kimberley, are now temporarily closed

UPDATED: Western Financial Place, arenas, library closing until further notice

Decisions were made in the best interest of public health to avoid unecessary social interactions: city

MP Morrison appeals for calm over COVID-19 fears

Kootenay-Columbia parliamentarian encourages people to be vigilant, mindful of symptoms

Vancouver Island ‘coffee group’ wins $1-million 6/49 prize

Seven retirees who meet weekly for coffee will share windfall from Tuesday night’s draw

COVID-19 affecting community events and organizations

A round-up of local event cancellations and closures, including Fort Steele Heritage Town, Key City Theatre.

Paul Vogt to become College of the Rockies’ new president

The College of the Rockies will soon have a new president at…

Challenge your brain during Brain Awareness Week

Alzheimer Society of B.C. says adopting lifestyle changes helps reduce the risk of dementia

  • Mar 13, 2020

KEYSA unveils plan for indoor facility at Balment Park

A representative with a local youth soccer organization has unveiled upcoming plans…

Take COVID-19 seriously, says Cranbrook doctor

Cranbrook’s top emergency doctor stresses importance of working together to protect one another

RCMP now investigating death of dog

Last week, the Bulletin reported that there had been some suspicious dog…

Pacific Coastal ends flight service between Cranbrook, Vancouver

WestJet, Air Canada maintain daily flights between the two airports

City moving forward on plan for digital records management

The city is looking at digitizing existing and back-filed documents while also…

Grants distributed to rural, First Nations communities for wildfire mitigation

The Regional District of East Kootenay and the ʔaq’am community have each…

RDEK adopts five-year financial plan

The Regional District of East Kootenay has adopted a five-year financial plan…

City marks success of latest Winter Blitzville event

Council and city staff acknowledged the success of the latest Winter Blitzville,…

Snowpack levels’ growth slowed in February, but uncertainty remains

While West Kootenay levels are higher than normal, it doesn’t mean forecasters can predict flooding