Barry Coulter

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.

Local young vocalist paired with Kootenay singer-songwriter

13-year-old Pyper Standing opening for Holly Hyatt Band Wednesday, April 17

Touch: Art that makes ‘sense’

Mount Baker Secondary School hosts Spring art showing.

Locals Coffeehouse holds last concert of season

The last Locals Coffeehouse of the season wrapped up another fall and winter of local music Saturday, April 6, at the Studio Stage Door in Cranbrook. The popular concert series raises funds for local school music programs, and features the wide world of music performance that the Cranbrook and Kimberley have to offer. Performers Saturday included ordan Caulfield and Shayena,The Handsome Devils (Brian Brons and Keith Larsen), The Confluentials (Christina Blaskovich and Barry Coulter), The Lost Voices (Janice Nicli, Jim Cameron, and Robin Sudo), Joel Purdy and Sarah Turk, and the Mount Baker Secondary School Vocal Jazz Ensemble and Band Photos by Stan Saliken

World O’ Words: Orchids and Dandelions

Extensive, groundbreaking research shows there are two personality types in children

City of Cranbrook plans prescribed burn for this week

27 ha in Gold Creek will be burned to remove surface fuels as part of ecological restoration

Cranbrook man arrested after serious assault in Kimberley

Kimberley RCMP are currently investigating an incident that took place Sunday afternoon, April 7, according to a press release from Sgt. Chris Newel, Kimberley detachment commander.

World o’ Words: The Party Whip, For Better Parties

The Mother of Parliaments has descended into a state of chaos.

Wildlife Symposium: ‘We can bring those numbers back’

Kootenay Wildlife Symposium will address plunging ungulate populations

Wildlife trends, and what can be done

Big game management symposium features impressive line-up of speakers

Bruce Cockburn and the Band coming to Cranbrook

The legendary singer-songwriter guitarist hits the Key City Theatre Aug. 8

Warmer weather contributing to increased thefts

Cranbrook RCMP responded to reports of several thefts from residential properties recently including:

Anne’s Diary coming to Cranbrook Stage

Cranbrook Community Theatre presents 'Diary of Anne Frank,' opening in April

Fiorentino to run in Cranbrook byelection

A candidate in last autumn's Cranbrook municipal election will again be seeking a seat on Cranbrook Council, in the City byelection set for May 11.