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Cranbrook Hub for Refugees (CHR) will soon welcome an Ethiopian family consisting of a father, mother and three boys
Sweetheart Pageant held Friday, June 17, kicks off Sam Steele Days
High school is into exams. Monday, June 20, is the last day for Middle Schools, and Elementary Schools are done on Thursday, June 23.
Canada will celebrate contributions of Indigenous Peoples on Tuesday, June 21
Chalk Art Challenge in support of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 24 Cranbrook
Fisher Peak Brewing Company has created Sam's Ale, a light beer to mark the annual celebration of the historical lawman.
The Little Brick Building began its existence in the ovens of the fledgling Cranbrook Brick Company which went into production in 1909
High Peak Early Learning Centre set to open in August
Annual charity golf tournament plays one last round, thanks all its participants and businesses from over the years
The Cranbrook Colonels men's hockey team is doing all it can to give back to the community and surrounding area
June 1 marks Camp Day, the largest source of funding for the Tim Hortons Children's Foundation, with both Cranbrook locations participating
What did W.S. Santo do to have his name engraved so neatly in city cement and exactly how long has it been there?
Now vanished buiding became one of the most-used public places in town through the Roaring Twenties, the Depression and two World Wars.
Cranbrook Community Theatre launches new website, announces "Lucy," "The Weir," "On Golden Pond," "Chautauqua," "Spamalot"
Local pickleball players hoping to get more court time and grow the sport in Cranbrook.
It is almost solely by accounts that one must describe the place as no proper photographs of the exterior have yet come to light.
Cranbrook Chess Club offering Summer Chess School program
Booknotes looks at the life and times of Natalya Medvedeva
Families turn out en masse for biggest kids' event in the region
"Janus: Cranbrook Then and Now" continues its look at Cranbrook curious and dubious pitch as an orchardist's paradise