Barry Coulter

Honouring Clayton Murrell and Joan MacKinnon

Family and friends pay tribute to prominent couple in joint celebration of life.

MBSS Jazz hosts concert ahead of major festival trip

The Jazz musicians and singers of Mt. Baker Secondary School are gearing up for an historic sojourn at one of the most prestigious Jazz festivals in the the U.S., only a couple of weeks away.

How Suite It Is

Cranbrook Community Theatre's production of Neil Simon's "Plaza Suite," opening Friday, Feb. 9 at the Studio Stage Door

Medical marijuana company buys production facility in Cranbrook

Dycar is planning a hiring fair in Cranbrook for April.

A butterfly flaps its wings, blows up a rumour

Social media came alive last Friday night, Jan. 26, with hard talk of an axe murderer making the rounds.

Onegin: Canada’s hit musical takes on a life of its own

'Onegin' plays the Key City Theatre Tuesday, Feb. 6

Total eclipse of the full blue supermoon

Second full moon of the month passes behind the earth into the shadow of the sun

Total eclipse of the full blue supermoon

Second full moon of the month passes behind the earth into the shadow of the sun

Man arrested after theft at local business

Cranbrook RCMP have arrested a man after a break-in to a storage facility overnight.

Interior Health issues overdose alert for region

IH is urging residents who are using or considering using drugs to reconsider in the wake of a recent increase in suspected drug overdose deaths

Interior Health issues overdose alert for region

IH is urging residents who are using or considering using drugs to reconsider in the wake of a recent increase in suspected drug overdose deaths

Moon puts on a show Jan. 31

The total lunar eclipse of a blue supermoon is expected Wednesday, Jan. 31.

New slant on the next play

Cranbrook Community Theatre tries something new with next play

World O’ Words: No stumpage fees for the speechmakers

As long as man has been using fire, he has been chopping down trees. Even in our pre-forestry, pre-agriculture days. Back then, when we were foragers, we made use of everything possible in our environment. The chopped down tree was easy to make use of. But what possible use could there be for the stump left behind? A stump is possibly the most useless thing ever created by humanity. With the possibility of the 8-track tape.

World O’ Words: No stumpage fees for the speechmakers

As long as man has been using fire, he has been chopping down trees. Even in our pre-forestry, pre-agriculture days. Back then, when we were foragers, we made use of everything possible in our environment. The chopped down tree was easy to make use of. But what possible use could there be for the stump left behind? A stump is possibly the most useless thing ever created by humanity. With the possibility of the 8-track tape.

Rare bird visit to Cranbrook sparks BC-wide interest

A female northern cardinal has made Cranbrook her home, and is drawing birders from all over BC

The tradition carries on

Locals Coffee House, Saturday, Jan. 13, at the Studio Stage Door

Third Winter Ale Concert Series kicks off Jan. 31

It's almost time for the latest edition of a significant cultural event on our winter calendar.