Barry Coulter

Woensdregt: ‘Imprinting the Day’

Rev. Yme Woensdregt

Pat Morrow unveils hidden world in new book

Renowned Canadian Mountaineer at the St. Eugene Literature Series Feb.15

Amigo’s Blue Guitar is relevent to today’s troubled world

Cranbrook Community Theatre's latest play opens tonight, Friday, Feb,. 8, at the Studio Stage Door

Locals Coffeehouse, Cranbrook, Feb. 2

The third installment of this season's Locals Coffeehouse featured a plethora of performers in a variety of styles down at the Studio Stage Door in Cranbrook, Saturday, Feb. 2: Cole Keilty Caufield, Grace Cleland, Ian Jones, Dan Unger and John Wiebe, Sugar Moon, Maddi Keiver and Brians Brons. Emcees for the evening were Gina and Keith Larsen. The next show in the popular concert series is march 9. Stan Saliken photos.

Wasa business broken into

A business in Wasa Park Lake Drive was broken into during the early morning hours on Saturday, Feb. 2. Two suspects broke a window at 3:20 am which activated the alarm. They entered the store and stole wine, pop and chips. The subjects exited the store less than two minutes later.

‘Amigo’s Blue Guitar’ brings timely relevance to the stage

Cranbrook Community Theatre's second show of the season opens Friday, Feb. 8

Bud Abbott: 1921-2019

Cranbrook has lost one of its most iconic and beloved citizens, whose community involvement, altruism, performing skills and warm personality made Cranbrook a better place to live over the past almost 60 years.

Eaton resigns from Cranbrook Council

"This decision has been banging around my head constantly throughout January, and events over the past few days solidified my decision."

On the road with rock’s greats

Thom Gimbel talks about life and music with Foreigner in Cranbrook and around the world

On the road with rock’s greats

Thom Gimbel talks about life and music with Foreigner in Cranbrook and around the world

44 Engineer Squadron’s new Cranbrook armoury officially opens

The Canadian Army and the City of Cranbrook celebrated the start of a greater presence in the community with the official opening of a new armoury for 44 Engineer Squadron at the end of Cranbrook Street North.

A Bright Idea: Studio Arts students’ exhibition

Mount Baker Secondary School Visual Arts students' hosted their end of semester art show Jan. 17

44 Engineer Squadron opening new Cranbrook Armoury

The Canadian Army has a new and growing presence in Cranbrook, and is celebrating with an open house, Saturday, Jan. 19.

Subject arrested for drug trafficking – ten ounces of cocaine seized.

Early on January 14, the Kimberley/Cranbrook Crime Reduction with the assistance of General Duty members from both detachments and a Police Dog arrested a Kimberley resident for trafficking.

Singer-songwriters take Locals Coffeehouse season into 2019

The latest installment of Locals featured a singer-songwriter theme. Six performers took the stage at the Studio Stage Door in Cranbrook in front of a sold-out house, Saturday, Jan. 12, as the popular concert series kicked off the 2019 part of its season.

RDEK looks to hear from public as part of plan review

The review of the region's Solid Waste Management Plan is now underway and the RDEK is hoping to residents and property owners will get involved and engaged in the process

Car fire spreads to house, fire department quick in response

The Fire Department was quick in a response to keep and dangerous situation from spreading, in the early morning of Monday, Jan. 7.

2019: The dawn of a golden age

Ah 2019, how we've longed for your arrival. Truly, we are entering a golden age.

Cranbrook’s most important five stories of 2018

I am not omniscient, but from where I sit I get a good view of the doings in Cranbrook, and people's reactions to them. I have been reflecting on some of these events from the past year. Every year is unique, and different things happen of great importance that change things for all of us, but 2018 will go down as an especially tumultuous year.