Trevor Crawley

City endorses wildfire mitigation grant application

City council has endorsed a staff application to apply for grant funding that would go towards FireSmart activities and treatment work to mitigate wildfire risk.

RDEK chips in for Theatre Rd. intersection upgrade

$1.39 million project will see signalization at Theatre Rd./Highway 95A intersection

Cranbrook Bucks expansion franchise joins BCHL

Hockey will be back in Cranbrook for the 2020-21 season after the departure of the WHL last March

VIDEO: Cranbrook Bucks expansion franchise joins BCHL

Hockey will be back in Cranbrook for the 2020-21 season after the departure of the WHL last March

Candidates talk food security at Cranbrook forum

NDP, Liberal and Green candidates answer questions on food security and sustainability

RCMP continue to look for hit-and-run suspect

Police are continuing to search for a white pickup truck that struck a child in a hit-and-run on Sunday afternoon around 2:45 p.m.

RCMP searching for vehicle involved in hit-and-run

A 12-year-old pedestrian was hit on 21st Ave at roughly 3 p.m. on Sunday afternoon

PROFILE: Trev Miller running for Animal Protection Party in Kootenay Columbia

Party policy includes addressing climate change and eliminating subsidies for unsustainable industry

UPDATED: Entire Western Financial Place roof project estimated at $5.6M

$2.6M will be spent on repairs by the end of the year, arnea barrel roof expected to cost $3M

Cranbrook chamber executive director has left the organization

Announcement was made by chamber president Jason Fast in email to members

Candidates pitch visions, plans at Cranbrook election forum

All six candidates running for Kootenay-Columbia shared their policy ideas at debate

Successful BMX season wraps up

Local riders find the podium at provincials, will head off to nationals over Thanksgiving weekend

Candidates field questions at Indigenous issues debate

Five of seven candidates for Kootenay-Columbia discuss Indigenous policy at forum

Cranbrook looking for new fire chief

Wayne 'Dez' Desjardins has left the city due to personal and family reasons: City

Funding available to control B.C. urban deer population

Provincial government providing up to $100,000 for urban deer operational or research projects

New dual zipline completed at Idlewild Park

The Cranbrook Rotary Club recently celebrated the official opening of a new dual zipline, which replacied an existing zipline, as part of a slew of upgrades to amenities at Idlewild Park.

PHOTO: Local politicians gather for UBCM conference

Cranbrook Mayor Lee Pratt, along with four councillors, are in Vancouver for annual event

Province requires disease testing for harvested deer heads

East Kootenay hunters are asked to bring deer heads to various locations for disease testing

Save-On-Foods stores raise $19,000 for medical transport service

Angel Flight East Kootenay is a volunteer medical transport service based in the Elk Valley

Kootenay-Columbia election debate and forum roundup

A look at what election-related events are happening Kootenay-Columbia during the campaign