Annalee Grant

Judo Jottings: Local judokas demonstrate skill in Creston

The Invermere Judo Club is active since September with 60 members registered that are split into two groups.

2012: The year in local news, Part III

Here is a recap of some of the area’s biggest stories in 2012 from September through December.

2012: The Year In Local News – January to March

Here is a recap of some of the area's biggest stories in 2012 from court happenings to the Jumbo Glacier Resort.

Theatre key to new Cranbrook high school

Proclamation declares that theatre space will be part of new “neighbourhood of learning”

Driving safe for the holidays and beyond

Mainroad East Kootenay urges driver/snowplow awareness.

Fake Ktunaxa treaty maps in circulation

An anonymous person has distributed a number of fliers purporting to be a map of the proposed lands being offered to the Ktunaxa Nation.

Mayor happy to see sign bylaw feedback

Deadline for public feedback extended to Feb. 1, 2013.

Merry Christmas from the RCMP

It's the festive season, and the RCMP are urging residents to be responsible as they celebrate.

Barnett to represent himself at Supreme Court trial

Fernie man accused of abducting son makes first appearance in Cranbrook court.

Name of accident victim released

The B.C. Coroners Service has confirmed the identity of the woman killed in the traffic accident near Invermere on December 12.

Traffic patterns

School by school report looks at vehicular issues in Cranbrook

Panebianco matter stalled by judge shortage

A judge shortage at the Cranbrook Law Courts has caused Brian Panebianco's bail hearing to be put over once more to February 6.

Eyes in the skies: A visit from the Canadian Forces

This is part one in a two-part series on Civilian Air Search and Rescue training at the Canadian Rockies International Airport.

Cranbrook Chamber caps off fantastic year

Mike Adams will assume the president position in January. Dave Butler will be vice president. Janette Sissons will remain as treasurer.

Second road fatality this month claims life of Radium woman

Dodge Dakota lost control and crossed the centre line, hitting northbound Chevy Silverado.

For the love of ektorp!

What we have to learn from the trials of the IKEA monkey

A little help from owl friends

Just 4 Pets hands owl over to local raptor specialist

With a little help from owl friends

Local pet store rescues Clyde; one-eyed owl on road to recovery.

Sign bylaw open house draws huge turnout

Meeting the most well attended City of Cranbrook public consultation session in recent memory — and frustrations were running high.

Cranbrook teachers who claimed mercury poisoning get new hearing

Judge says 2010 decision in Mount Baker Secondary School mercury case was 'manifestly unfair.'