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Cranbrook City Council debates the existence of living quarters on a property in the industrial park.
A local advocate for reforming cannabis laws was happy with the federal election outcome.
Cranbrook and Kimberley councils meet for first time since municipal election.
City council looked over five bylaws at the Oct. 19 council meeting. Four bylaws were given third reading and one was adopted.
Carmen Wannop, from Dycar Pharmaceuticals Ltd, confirmed there is interest stateside in the industry.
The Cranbrook Poverty Reduction Committee updated council on the initiative.
City of Cranbrook may name dog park after legendary schoolteacher
The election was on everyone's minds during Monday night's city council meeting.
Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett provided the provincial government’s side of the story.
A celebration marking the successful joint bid to host games by the communities of Cranbrook and Kimberley took place Friday.
Council has authorized city staff to enter into a professional services agreement for the completion of a Forest Management Plan.
Candidates for federal election in the Kootenay-Columbia riding sat down to take questions at the JCI All Candidates Forum Tuesday.
City council’s discussion on a zoning amendment bylaw Monday quickly turned to the legislative process of approving such a bylaw.
There will be a new off-leash dog park in Cranbrook.
Cranbrook city council approved an application for a new storage use for a building along 1st Avenue South.
Sonja’s Garden, an affordable family housing complex on Kootenay Street, is planning expansions.
Cranbrook RCMP responded to 180 calls for service from Monday, August 31 to Sept. 6.
A grizzly bear attacked an angler near Canal Flats on Wednesday night.
On Aug. 31, Conservation Officers trapped the three bears on a large ranch property just outside of Hosmer, near Fernie.
In the early hours of Monday morning, conservation officers responded to a call about a hungry grizzly bear.