Local News

Grizzly killed after attacking man, injuring B.C. conservation officer

A man was attacked while running his dogs along Wycliffe Forest Service Road on Oct. 20, B.C. Conservation Officer Service said.

USW issues 72-hour strike notice

Union, employer association have applied for a mediator

I was the guinea pig: Tamarack Cannabis Boutique granted BC’s first license

First license for cannabis retail store issued in Kimberley

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Cranbrook Food Bank prepares for Christmas season
Don Davies Quartet
Black Press' Christmas Village
Cranbrook Postal strike

So far, so mellow

Only one ticket issued for cannabis-related violations, say law enforcement

Caribou maternity pen project nears its end by Revelstoke

Experts say work needs to continue to prevent extinction

Interactive map documents accidental deaths in Kootenay Boundary region

The research hopes to save lives in motor vehicle, recreational and drowning accidents

Legion continues support for community initiatives

Roughly $41,000 has been donated and distributed to various community programs and organizations

Conservatiave nomination won by four votes

Columbia Valley’s Wendy Booth loses to Morrison for Conservative nomination by four votes

Youth Impact program gets first corporate sponsor

Kootenay Mountain Metal donates $1,500 to program, encourages other businesses to step up

Morrison wins Kootenay-Columbia Tory nomination

Former RCMP officer and diplomat to represent Conservatives in 2019 federal election

Flags placed on Veterans Graves ahead of anniversary of armistice

Legion, veterans and Cranbrook Cadets mark the coming anniversary of the end of World War I with a ceremony at Veterans Cemetery

United Steelworkers in B.C. Interior return strike vote

Job action could affect 3,500 union members across three locals in Kelowna, Kamloops and Kootenays

Laurie Middle School celebrates diversity with rainbow sidewalk entrance

Student-led initiative comes together with the support of teachers and district staff

Regional news recap

The top news stories in Cranbrook, Creston, Fernie and Kimberley.

“This is Our Ice”

Green Bay Committee says we can do this as reach out campaign launches

  • Oct 26, 2018

Conference connects classrooms to communities

Participants learn from the land and people of the Ktunaxa Nation