Barry Coulter

Trouble at the drive-thru

Customer freaks out after finding order not complete

Cranbrook Council tired of taking the flack for the province’s deer

Council voted to proceed with another cull of the city's deer herd, but not without some words for the Province of B.C.

Cranbrook nurse presented with Lifetime award

Melodie Hull was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the BC Coalition of Nursing Associations at a ceremony held in Vancouver on Friday, Nov. 17.

Disturbance Leads to Arrest of Female with Seven Outstanding Warrants

Early Tuesday morning, Nov. 21, Cranbrook RCMP arrested a Cranbrook resident who had seven warrants for her arrest.

Theft of Beer Leads to Police Officer Being Assaulted

Cranbrook resident is currently in custody for theft, resist arrest and assaulting a police officer.

Townhouse development will be going ahead on 4th Street South

The proposal to build a townhouse-style development on 4th Street South, near St. Mary's School, will be going ahead.

Barra MacNeils’ Celtic Christmas touches down in Cranbrook Nov. 28

The Barra MacNeil's national Christmas tour makes its way from coast to coast again this year, starting on Vancouver Island November 20, followed by a long string of additional dates across Canada; finishing up in Glace Bay (NS) at the Savoy Theatre on Saturday, December 23.

Blues guitar wizard returning to Cranbrook

Colin James plays the Key City Theatre in March, 2018

Council tired of taking the flack for the province’s deer

Council voted to proceed with another cull of the city's deer herd, but not without some words for the Province of B.C.

The bonfires of the vanities: Then and now

You feel strongly about something, strongly enough to protest it. What are the best ways to show your displeasure?

World O’ Words: More philippics and jeremiads, please

What we need these days, good people, are more philippics and fewer jeremiads. Or maybe it's the other way around. Let's examine this intriguing question.

The further adventures of FozzyFest

Paul Rodgers reports on the latest travails of the 'Little Music Festival That Could'

Darkness on the Waterfront

Cranbrook Community Theatre presents Arthur Miller's "View From The Bridge"

Arthur Miller’s gritty Greek tragedy

Cranbrook Community Theatre opens season with 'View From The Bridge'

Introducing the Abbotts

Cranbrook Community Theatre inaugurates new awards for local drama

Mike Peabody wins Council seat

Preliminary results show local businessman with 44% of byelection vote

Eratosthenes, now more than ever

As it turns out, the world is round. There are some who may disagree with this statement, but it was proven just the other day.