Barry Coulter

Resident calls for ban after dog caught in leg hold trap

Bill Post of Cranbrook is pondering an horrific experience that happened to one of his dogs while on a hike, and wants the community to be aware of what occurred.

Wild Theatre presents “A Christmas Carol”

Wild Theatre and Mount Baker Music join forces this week to present "A Christmas Carol," the Charles Dickens classic adapted for the stage.

RCMP investigate Saturday night stabbing in Cranbrook

Cranbrook RCMP are investigating a stabbing incident after being called to the hospital Saturday evening, Dec. 7.

Group argues for Lake Koocanusa weir

Weir would return water level control to Canadian side, boost recreation and tourism for area

Group argues for Lake Koocanusa weir

Weir would return water level control to Canadian side, boost recreation and tourism for area

Team Dickson hits the heights at IDFA events

Team Dickson has returned from Calgary with achievements and accolades in the world of competitive fitness.

Team Dickson hits the heights at IDFA events

Team Dickson has returned from Calgary with achievements and accolades in the world of competitive fitness.

Cranbrook RCMP report: Nov. 25-December 1

November 25 - December 1

Canada’s foremost spoken word artist returning to KCT

Poet Shane Koyczan back in Cranbrook April 2020

Skookumchuck venting odorous gases

If you've noticed the atmosphere around the area has been more aromatic of late, here's the explanation.

Eagles boxers soar at Idaho Fight Night

Cranbrook Eagles boxers returned home from Wallace Idaho's Fight Night 7 on Saturday Nov.23.

Triton swimmers make great times at Montana meet

Kalispell the first meet for many swimmers since their own pool reopened Nov. 1.

Pedestrian hit by vehicle at Cranbrook intersection

A young woman sustained minor injuries Monday after being hit by a car on Victoria Avenue in Cranbrook.

Fire destroys house in downtown Cranbrook

Firefighters arrived at the 1600 block of 2nd Street North, across from Western Financial Place, to find a residence that was "significantly involved in a fire"

Fire destroys house in downtown Cranbrook

Firefighters arrived at the 1600 block of 2nd Street North, across from Western Financial Place, to find a residence that was "significantly involved in a fire"

Summer Blackmore wins RBC Future Olympian funding

Cranbrook's Blackmore was one of just thirty athletes at the final, from a variety of sports, to earn funding.

SPCA fundraiser being held in the name of Claude the Cat

The travails of Claude the Cat some months ago has prompted an outpouring of musical support for the institution that took him in.

SPCA fundraiser being held in the name of Claude the Cat

The travails of Claude the Cat some months ago has prompted an outpouring of musical support for the institution that took him in.

Cranbrook’s Clark takes single sculls win

Canadian University Rowing Championships (CURC) were held this past weekend on Elk Lake near Victoria, BC.

The argument for Alberta independence in 1911

Alwyn Bramley-Moore, the first advocate for Alberta independence