Barry Coulter

Farmers, ranchers set to square off in MBSS Drama’s ‘Oklahoma!’

There's about to be a bright golden haze on the stage of the Key City Theatre as Mount Baker Theatre students gear up for their production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!

Cranbrook cull comes to an end: Eight deer the result

Cranbrook's latest deer cull operations have come to an end, with the urban deer herd reduced by eight.

Cranbrook named one of the most secret municipal governments in Canada

City of Cranbrook gets "Honorable Mention" in the annual Code of Silence Awards

Avalanche season comes to an end at PACWEST Provincials

With Files from Mo Hussain

Eagles Boxers at BC Championships

Pictured above: Eagles Boxers are back from the BC Provincial Championships in Richmond this past weekend, with two fighters - Braydon Hellikson ( centre) and Connor Ferrier (second from right) - returning as uncontested provincial champions. Left to right: PCoach Bill Watson, Nike Blackmore, Braydon Hellikson, Connor Ferrier, Coach Tom White.

Local athletes off to Special Olympics Canada Winter Games

Six athletes and one alpine skiing coach from Special Olympics BC-Kimberley/Cranbrook, will leave Saturday afternoon on a journey that will take them to the 2020 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games in Thunder Bay, Ont.

Region’s judo dojos take part in Cranbrook training session

On Saturday, February 15, the Cranbrook Judo Dojo hosted the Kootenay Regional Judo training here in Cranbrook. Dojos from Invermere, Fernie, Jaffray and Creston joined the Cranbrook dojo for a full day of training in judo.

Bucks sign defenseman Rhys Bentham

The Bucks' roster - and D-line - continues to grow in advance of Cranbrook's new BCHL team's inaugural season.

CCT’s ‘The Fighting Days:’ Find a voice, find freedom

Play opens tonight, Friday, Feb. 7 at the Studio Stage Door

Heroes hold flickering candles

Yme Woensdregt

Cranbrook RCMP seize drugs and weapons

The Cranbrook RCMP Crime Reduction Unit took a significant amount of drugs and weapons off the street this past weekend.

Opening ceremonies celebrate 2020 BC Curling Championships

The 2020 BC Curling Championships got underway in Cranbrook Tuesday, January 28, with 24 teams competing to represent the province in the national championships - the Scotties for the Women's and the Brier for the Men.

Avalanche take on Mariners in weekend PACWEST action

The College of the Rockies Avalanche took on the visiting Vancouver Island University Mariners this weekend past in Cranbrook, as the PACWEST regular season nears its end.

Eagles Boxers battle it out in the ‘Hat

For the Townsman

Historic Theatre Reborn – The Armond will rise again

Three local men have purchased the Armond, and work is underway to transform the decrepit 78-year-old building into a multi-purpose community arts centre.

Cranbrook Chamber calls for Business 2020 Awards nominations

Chris Thom of Dunlop Truck Centres won Business Person of the Year (sponsored by TD Canada Trust) at the Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce Business Awards, April, 2019. Left to right: Isabelle Randal (presenter) and Chris Thom. Barry Coulter photo

Matt Andersen to tear it up in Cranbrook

Canadian singer, songwriter and guitarist showcasing new album at February concert at Key City Theatre

Accident knocks out power to 2,700 customers Thursday night

2,700 BC Hydro customers were without power for several hours following an accident at the intersection of 22nd Street North and Highway 3/95 Thursday evening.

CHCA Thrift store hit with backalley theft, vandalism

CHCA asking public to drop off donations during store hours instead of after-hours bin

CHCA Thrift store hit with backalley theft, vandalism

CHCA asking public to drop off donations during store hours instead of after-hours bin