Barry Coulter

How Bruce Cockburn recharged his songwriting

Four years ago, Bruce Cockburn was wondering if he was still a songwriter.

How Bruce Cockburn recharged his songwriting

Four years ago, Bruce Cockburn was wondering if he was still a songwriter.

Performers delight crowd at Wild Horse Talent Show

Organizers are on cloud nine at Fort Steele Heritage Town after an exciting inaugural Wild Horse Talent Show, Friday and Saturday, May 24 and 25, at the heritage Wild Horse Theatre.

Performers delight crowd at Wild Horse Talent Show

Organizers are on cloud nine at Fort Steele Heritage Town after an exciting inaugural Wild Horse Talent Show, Friday and Saturday, May 24 and 25, at the heritage Wild Horse Theatre.

The exoneration of Poundmaker

There occurred a small but significant moment in Canadian history Thursday. The Canadian government formally exonerated Chief Poundmaker.

Wild Horse Theatre Talent Show this weekend

All eyes on Fort Steele this weekend, when the inaugural Wild Horse Talent Show showcases some remarkable individuals on stage.

Winter Ale Concert Series wraps up with Lovebullies

The Fisher Peak Winter Ale Concert series finished off a stellar season of music with with the retro rock and roll stylings of The Lovebullies, featuring Caroline Connolly (lead vocals, flute), Chantal Vitalis (guitar/vocals), Joni Brent (bass/vocals) and Paul Jahn (drummer/vocals). Opening the show at the Key City Theatre Lobby Lounge was The Hurricanes, with Allyson Blake and Stacy Decosse.

Wild Theatre’s Mama Mia! rocks the Key City Theatre

Mama Mia! opens tonight, Thursday, May 9, and runs through Sunday

World O’ Words: From an horrific event evolves a trivial phrase

Summer is just around the corner, and we know what that means. It means drinking the Kool-Aid.

McKerrow seeks seat in Cranbrook byelection

William McKerrow has been campaigning hard for the Cranbrook municipal byelection, set for Saturday, May 11.

Regional government group elects new executive

Roly Russell of Grand Forks is the new President of the AKBLG; takes over from Rob Gay of Cranbrook.

RCMP warn of scammer trading rings for money

Cranbrook RCMP are currently searching for a man trading rings for money.

RCMP warn of scammer trading rings for money

Cranbrook RCMP are currently searching for a man trading rings for money.

It happened this week in Cranbrook: 1912

April 21 - 27: Compiled by Dave Humphrey from the newspapers at the Cranbrook History Centre and Archives

Irrepressible Anne slowly draws us into tragic tale

Cranbrook Community Theatre's 'Diary of Anne Frank' opens Friday at the Studio Stage Door

New lights shine on local stage

Upgrades at Studio Stage Door theatre illuminate a new era for Cranbrook Community Theatre

Accident at downtown Cranbrook intersection

Emergency personnel were on the scene of an accident at 2nd Street South and 11th Avenue South in Cranbrook for a while on Thursday, April 18. As of publication no details of the accident were available.

Cranbrook’s Business Excellence Awards

Best of Cranbrook business celebrated at gala event Saturday, April 13

Hugs and Slugs

Slugs: To the little white truck that turned off Baker Street and on to 9th Avenue. Thanks for blowing the crosswalk light on me. Same to who ever it was in the SUV that ran another crosswalk light and I hollered at you because the old lady never hit the crosswalk light but I did. So thanks for the scare. And finally, to the black, newer Chevy who blew through a red light on 14th Avenue and 2nd Street. I will be putting a slug in the paper every week for you drivers.