Annalee Grant

MADD enough to see red

Local branch of Mothers Against Drunk Driving launches red ribbon campaign

Rally seeks to unite people from all walks of life

Bullying a serious problem in Cranbrook, say organizers of rally

YES in the Rockies for Aboriginal youth

The New Relationship Trust (NRT) and Cree Nation Youth Council are bringing the Young Entrepreneurs Symposium (YES) to the Rockies.

Fire topples former Tembec planer mill

A fire broke out at the former Tembec planer mill on the evening of November 1.

Novartis back on the market

Health Canada has lifted its suspension of the flu vaccines produced by Novartis as of Wednesday.

Dancing in the teeth of the gale

Cranbrook’s Royal Stewart Highland Dancers sailed straight into Tropical Storm Sandy

Northern B.C. mines not set in stone

Mandarin not required for potential mines, MLA says. But skills to work in underground coal mines are increasingly rare in Canada.

Hootin’ and hollerin’ on the thrift store runway

Cranbrook Health Care Auxiliary fundraiser a raucous success

Just remember the little guy

While the NHL and Player's Association quibble over a few million dollars, the fans are missing out

Cranbrook courts in critical condition

With new sweeping changes to the B.C. Justice System, the president of the Crown Counsel Association predicts little impact on Cranbrook

RCMP lace up for Special Olympics

Cranbrook RCMP stand beside Special Olympians on Be A Fan Day

Cranbrook protesters form unbroken wall of opposition

Defend Our Coast pipeline protest made its way to Cranbrook on Wednesday, October 24

Kimberley, Cranbrook protest pipeline

Protesters picket MLA Bennett, MP Wilks offices in Cranbrook

Old Man Winter is waking up

Snow will stay on the mountains around Cranbrook and Kimberley, but we may get a little more autumn in the valley bottoms: meteorologist

Parkland students rally on Raider Day

Raider Day was October 18 at Parkland Middle School. See photos online now.

SCRATCH online gets facelift

SCRATCH magazine has been publishing Columbia Basin youth writings and more for 10 years, and has now relaunched its website to suit 2012.

Access success

Stop Gap has made Cranbrook a little more accessible with the installation of seven new ramps at local businesses this week.

BC job fair tour hits Cranbrook

The BC Jobs Fair tour will stop in Cranbrook on Friday, October 19 at the College of the Rockies gymnasium

Interior Health rolls out the flu clinics

Clinics start in the region on October 18 in Cranbrook; Jaffray and Kimberley will also host

Local MADD chapter up and running

MADD Kimbrook welcomes first School Assembly Program