Sally Macdonald

Ktunaxa hopeful Tsilhqot’in Supreme Court decision will have Jumbo implications

The Ktunaxa Nation Council is determining how a landmark decision will affect its appeal against Jumbo Glacier Resort.

Children from Aqamnik Elementary School in Cranbrook sing about Qat'muk, home of the grizzly bear spirit, at a special event in Cranbrook on Friday, November 22nd.

Ktunaxa event explains importance of Qat’muk

The spirit of Jumbo Valley celebrated by Ktunaxa Nation

Children from Aqamnik Elementary School in Cranbrook sing about Qat'muk, home of the grizzly bear spirit, at a special event in Cranbrook on Friday, November 22nd.

Manslaughter case delayed

A Windermere man will have to wait a little longer to learn when he will go to trial on charges of manslaughter

Man charged in Invermere death released on bail

The Radium Hot Springs man charged in the April 2012 death of Cory Jarock in Invermere has been released on bail.

Mentors making a difference

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada celebrates 100 years of helping children

Clockwise from top: Derryll White of the Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History holds a class photo from Mount Baker High School 1947-1948, one of the last classes before the ‘new’ high school was built; White shows an old Mount Baker Secondary School ring, part of the collection in A Legacy of Learning ;Muriel Baxter and Amy Woodland (right), both Cranbrook teachers, pictured in June, 1943.

In search of school days of yesteryear

Legacy project draws on memories of past East Kootenay students, teachers and parents.

Clockwise from top: Derryll White of the Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History holds a class photo from Mount Baker High School 1947-1948, one of the last classes before the ‘new’ high school was built; White shows an old Mount Baker Secondary School ring, part of the collection in A Legacy of Learning ;Muriel Baxter and Amy Woodland (right), both Cranbrook teachers, pictured in June, 1943.

Teens attacked in unprovoked assault

Girl suffers concussion after being set upon by a group of 20-somethings.

Robert Barnett

Man ends extradition fight in Montana

Robert Barnett accused of abducting son in Fernie.

Robert Barnett

The war on drug overdoses

Kootenay support group trains users in stopping opioid deaths.

Randy Harvey indicates the field off LD Ranch Road where he saw the victims of Sunday’s bear attack.

Bear attack victims saved themselves, neighbour says

Local resident helped Kimberley-area couple make it to safety.

Randy Harvey indicates the field off LD Ranch Road where he saw the victims of Sunday’s bear attack.
Randy Harvey points to the field where he first spotted the victim of the bear attack.

Couple saved themselves, neighbour says

Man helped rescue badly injured couple after bear attack near Kimberley

Randy Harvey points to the field where he first spotted the victim of the bear attack.

RCMP continues to fight against drugs in Cranbrook

Man and woman arrested for drug possession in separate incidents in Cranbrook last week

Seeing the signs

Cranbrook council wants public input on new rules for business signs; the goal is to beautify the strip

Regional district grapples with carbon neutrality

The Kootenay governments spend about $11 million a year on energy — to heat buildings, power lights, and move their vehicles.

Giant Tiger closing

Department store moves out of Cranbrook's Baker Street mall on December 22.

Help for families in crisis

New Cranbrook branch of Friends of Children gives financial and emotional support to families with sick children

Telus launches Moyie to Yahk wireless service

New Moyie wireless site southeast of Moyie Lake, brings wireless coverage to 14 kilometres of Highway 3 between Cranbrook and Yahk.

A close look at infrastructure needs

Cranbrook residents will have the opportunity to hear a presentation on the state of the city's infrastructure, including roads, next week.

Cranbrook snaps up toilet rebates

Council is yet to decide whether to continue the rebate program next year.

Jamie Hodge (second from right) is pictured accepting the 2012 Sustainability Award from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of B.C. during its annual conference October 25 to 27 in Victoria.

City engineer wins B.C. award

Jamie Hodge recognized for Cranbrook’s wastewater improvements

Jamie Hodge (second from right) is pictured accepting the 2012 Sustainability Award from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of B.C. during its annual conference October 25 to 27 in Victoria.
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