Trevor Crawley

Firefighters train for ice rescue

Local emergency personnel get hands-on experience at Idlewild Lake.

Forecasters promote avalanche safety awareness

Avalanche Canada advising backcountry enthusiasts to get proper training and equipment.

Todd Stone campaigns in Cranbrook

BC Liberal leadership hopeful makes pitch to local supporters.

Emergency personnel set for ice rescue training

Ice training for the firefighters with Cranbrook Fire & Emergency Services is set for Wednesday and Friday this week at Idlewild Lake.

A week of snowfall records

Nov. 2 snowfall one for the record books, according to Environment Canada.

RCMP deliver Q3 crime stats

Calls for mental health issues decreasing due to work by mental health liasion officer.

RCMP deliver Q3 crime stats

Calls for mental health issues decreasing due to work by mental health liasion officer.

Constitutional challenge in polygamy case delayed

Legal process for fundamentalist Mormon leader found guilty of polygamy grinds to a halt.

Constitutional challenge in polygamy case delayed

Legal process for fundamentalist Mormon leader found guilty of polygamy grinds to a halt.

Jumbo resort consultants willing to work with Ktunaxa

Despite court ruling, project in standstill as proponents deal with government oversight

Man pleads guilty in manslaughter case

A man charged with manslaughter in the death of a Cranbrook senior earlier this year pleaded guilty in Cranbrook provincial court on Monday.

Polygamous leader to launch charter challenge

Winston Blackmore back in Cranbrook Supreme Court to argue guilty finding in polygamy case.

BREAKING: Supreme Court of Canada dismisses Ktunaxa Jumbo resort appeal

Ktunaxa argued the area around a proposed ski resort carries significant spiritual meaning

Public Works explains snow removal policy

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Public Works explains snow removal policy

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Stetski calls for ammonia phase-out in arenas

Kootenay-Columbia MP rises in the House of Commons to respond to Fernie tragedy.

Supreme Court to rule on Ktunaxa Qat’muk appeal

Ktunaxa argue religious freedom was violated when ski resort plan was approved near Invermere.

Road construction season wrapping up

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Top officials tour through hospital

Interior Health CEO and board chair come to Kootenays on listening tour.

Liberal leadership race stops in Cranbrook

Former provincial cabinet minister Andrew Wilkinson makes his case to local party members.