Barry Coulter

Wall of Honour vandalized on Nov. 11, 2021 in Cranbrook, B.C. (Reddit photo)
Wall of Honour vandalized on Nov. 11, 2021 in Cranbrook, B.C. (Reddit photo)
Golden Life’s Kootenay Street Village in Cranbrook has been notified that since Golden Life requires visitors to be fully vaccinated, Canada Post will no longer be delivering their mail. (Barry Coulter photo)

Canada Post delivery to B.C. assisted living facility on hold over vaccination concerns

Canada Post has declined to deliver mail to various locations, Golden Life says

Golden Life’s Kootenay Street Village in Cranbrook has been notified that since Golden Life requires visitors to be fully vaccinated, Canada Post will no longer be delivering their mail. (Barry Coulter photo)
The Ktunaxa Nation governments have declared a mental health state of emergency for its vulnerable citizens.

B.C. First Nation declare a mental health state of emergency

Mental wellness of Ktunaxa youth and young adults is a particular concern, Nation says

The Ktunaxa Nation governments have declared a mental health state of emergency for its vulnerable citizens.

Fernie author publishes first book

Huguette M. Forest-Coultry, known as "Mike" invites you to peruse Journeying the Waters: A Book of Poetry and Prose.

City of Cranbrook to observe National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

The City of Cranbrook announced Thursday that it stands alongside the Ktunaxa Nation Council to formally observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Thursday, September 30th.

2 arrested for fraudulent selling at southeast B.C. lake ‘resort’

Two Calgary men were arrested for fraudulent sales of RV camping lots, cabin lots and dock spaces

Two arrested, charged, in fraud case at Sweetwater Resort at Koocanusa

Two Calgary men were arrested for fraudulent sales of RV camping lots, cabin lots and dock spaces

Kootenay Conservative candidate sits on top; final result pending mail-in ballots

Rob Morrison appears headed for second term as Member of Parliament for Kootenay-Columbia

Nelson brings Green Party values to the voters

Rana Nelson of Revelstoke running for Greens in Kootenay-Columbia

Province launches Elko overhead replacement project website

The Province has launched new website to provide people with details of the proposed Elko Overhead Replacement Project on Highway 3 west of Fernie.

Hydrant replacement on Saturday to impact traffic, water services

Water crews with Public Works will be replacing a fire hydrant and valve at the corner of 4th Street South and 18th Avenue South on Saturday August 28.

Election campaign signs: The Rick Astley strategy

You want your signs to give your election campaign the appearance of building momentum. Here's how …

New COVID-19 restrictions affect City facilities

City of Cranbrook must follow the mandates from Interior Health.

New restrictions force postponement of Summer Sounds concert series

The final two shows of FPPAS's Summer Sounds, Aug. 21 and 28, have been postponed, and possibly the Peak Music Festival as well.

Plumbob fire classified as being held – Evacuation alert rescinded

Thanks to the cooler temperatures, rain and tireless work of the BC Wildfire Service crews, Plumbob fire west of Koocanusa is now classified as Being Held. On recommendation from the BC Wildfire Service the RDEK has rescinded the Evacuation alert for 4 properties near Plumbob Mountain as of 2:00pm August 19.

South Country fire departments Respond to tanker truck fire in Elko

Highway 3 at Elko was closed Wednesday evening, when a tanker truck caught fire while refueling a tank

Highway 3/22nd Street North traffic affected next week

Hwy 3 will be affected as theCity of Cranbrook's influent trunk main project continues into the next phase of construction

Rock’s Bif Naked on the return to performance, rock as protest music, the post-pandemic world, and the Armond Theatre

"Maybe not revolutionary, but evolutionary … bands have had to really shift their thinking"

Cats rescued in Creston get new lease on life at Cranbrook SPCA

Thirteen cats and kittens rescued from a Creston property last month are getting a new lease on life at the East Kootenay SPCA in Cranbrook.

Alberta bike gangs battle in Cranbrook

RCMP separate two brawling gangs; several bikers went to hospital with apparent stab wounds; one group escorted out of town