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Crime stats down in first quarter report: Cranbrook RCMP

First quarter crime stats are down on average from the last year,…

Unique partnership opens coffeeshop at Joseph Creek Village

Golden Life Management, REALM and Auntie Barb’s Bakery partner to open new Java Creek Cafe

Regional government group elects new executive

Roly Russell of Grand Forks is the new President of the AKBLG; takes over from Rob Gay of Cranbrook.

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Cranbrook gets third disc golf course at Idlewild Park

City’s water ambassador hits the streets

Cranbrook’s water conservation public education campaign moves into full swing for the summer season

Classic car show returns to downtown Cranbrook

2019 Cranbrook Cruise’In kicks off Wednesday, May 8, on 10th Avenue S., from 5 to 9 pm

Police warn of another scam after senior defrauded

RCMP are asking scam victims to contact them as part of an ongoing investigation

Council approves zoning changes for new apartment building

City council has approved zoning changes to allow the construction of a…

Murder charge dropped in fatal stabbing

Crown initiated a stay of proceedings on Monday at the Cranbrook Law Courts

Woman found dead in Montrose

Police arrested an adult male at the scene

User groups mull Balment Park decision for indoor facility

KEYSA, BMX group working together to ensure minimal impact on their respective operations

Randy Tapp running for Cranbrook city council

Tapp one of five candidates vying for open council seat

RCMP warn of scammer trading rings for money

Cranbrook RCMP are currently searching for a man trading rings for money.…

Council finalizes proposed indoor facility location at Balment Park

City to offer space between BMX track and curling centre as affected parties work out compromises

People’s Party names Kootenay-Columbia candidate

Stewart, 62, is a retired Registered Professional Forester and former Canadian Armed Forces member.

Cyclist pedalling from coast to coast raising money for Parkinson’s disease

Walter Reich is cycling across Canada to fundraise, boost awareness for Parkinson’s disease

Dog-stealing women likely an urban myth, say Castlegar police

Kootenay social media frenzy has no local basis in reality

Feds announce Indigenous inclusion in Columbia River Treaty talks

Indigenous Nations had earlier protested their exclusion from negotiations last year

Isn’t it spring? Forecast calling for snow in the Kootenays

Up to 10 centimetres expected over the next two days, Environment Canada said

Drug decriminalization report welcomed in East Kootenay

Provincial report recommends decriminalizing people who use illicit drugs, shift focus to treatment

University mourns student who died in Moyie Lake accident

Andrew Milner, 19, was in his second year with the University of Calgary’s basketball program