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Gardens of Earthly Delights: 23rd Edition

Cranbrook’s 23rd Open Garden Day, Saturday, July 13

Whats on in July at Cranbrook Arts

The featured artist this month in the gallery at Cranbrook Arts is…

  • Jul 5, 2019

Theft/carjacking of multiple vehicles leads to RCMP pursuit, three in custody

Cst. Debra Katerenchuk Media Relations Officer, Elk Valley RCMP Three people have…

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Cycling Without Age comes to Cranbrook
BC Cannabis Store opens its doors in Cranbrook
?aq'am receives $400K funding from Federal Government
Angel Flight East Kootenay takes first patient to Kelowna

Rotary Club looks to recruit more women, younger members

The Cranbrook Rotary Club is hoping to grow their ranks and has…

Tobacco Plains Indian Band hosts first annual powwow

Many years ago, indigenous groups around North America would welcome in visitors…

Cranbrook History Centre organizing summer junior paleontology sessions

Kids can get the chance to learn about the local fossil record at the Cranbrook History Centre

CBT grants $30,000 for Cranbrook art installation

Cranbrook will be receiving a $30,000 grant from the Columbia Basin Trust…

Expensive E-bikes stolen from Flaman Fitness

A local business reports that a pair of electric bikes worth over…

Invasive species council gets funding for mussel testing

East Kootenay Invasive Species Council to sample over 10 regional lakes for Zebra and Quagga mussels

Council votes to fund Studio Stage Door roof repairs

Building is currently under renovation from theatre society, but city staff had roof concerns

Green Party invites the public to meet the two candidates vying for Kootenay Columbia nomination

Meetings in Cranbrook and Revelstoke; candidate will be chosen on July 14

Residents sound off on solid waste management plan

Regional government body releases survey results asking for feedback on solid waste management

School District 5 hires Silke Yardley as new Superintendent

School District 5 (SD5) Board of Education is pleased to announce the…

Oldtimer hockey league donates to local community organizations

$8,000 donated to Food Bank, Street Angels; two scholarships awarded to Mount Baker graduates

Federal Conservative candidate proposes series of debates

Kootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski accepts challenge of election debates across the riding

KEYSA, BMX society praise council pledge to cover track costs

A joint statement from a youth soccer association and a local BMX…

Watch: Tobacco Plains celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

In commemoration of National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21, the Tobacco…

Three Kootenay students awarded legacy scholarship

Neil Muth Scholarship honours legacy of former Columbia Basin Trust leader

Council pledges to cover cost of BMX track reconstruction

Indoor facility construction set for the fall; city to cover any costs from BMX track modifications