Trevor Crawley

COLUMN: ICE rumours heating up…again

Here we go again.

City pondering options with old fire truck

What to do with an old fire engine?

Agreement brings Ktunaxa closer to treaty with province, feds

Memorandum of Understanding to advance treaty negotiations for all three parties

B.C. patients running into Alberta health care roadblocks

Kootenay East MLA Tom Shypitka says Calgary facilities are seeing increased referrals from Kootenays

COTR, non-profit team up for resarch project

Nursing instructor partners with Cranbrook Family Connections to gather data on clientele, services.

RCMP deliver Q3 crime stats to city council

Top RCMP officials delivered the third-quarter crime stats to Cranbrook city council last week, highlighted fluctuations in different types of criminal offences.

Cranbrook Council approves zoning change to allow for cannabis sales

Cranbrook city council has approved a zoning change to allow for a government-run cannabis retail location at the Save-On-Foods shopping plaza off Victoria Ave.

RCMP urge responsible holiday festivities

As the holiday season approaches, the RCMP is warning residents to use care and common sense when making the rounds of Christmas parties.

Woman granted bail in murder case

Bail was granted for a woman charged with second degree murder following a ruling from Cranbrook Supreme Court on Thursday morning.

RCMP urge responsible holiday festivities

As the holiday season approaches, Cranbrook RCMP is warning residents to use care and common sense when making the rounds of Christmas parties.

Woman granted bail in murder case

Bail was granted for a woman charged with second degree murder following a ruling from Cranbrook Supreme Court on Thursday morning.

COTR nursing students organizing conference

Nursing students at the College of the Rockies are organzing a conference focusing on rural health care nursing in the East Kootenay that is set for Thursday, Dec. 6.

Bail decision reserved in murder case

A judge has reserved a decision following a bail hearing in Cranbrook Supreme Court on Tuesday for a woman charged with second degree murder.

Funding to boost local affordable housing project

Province announces affordable housing funding for Aqanttanam Housing Society apartment building

Wheelchair accessible outhouses built at Wycliffe park

Cranbrook Lions Club teams up with regional district to build four accessible outhouses

Rotating postal strike hits Cranbrook again

Union, Canada Post remain far apart over labour issues as federal intervention looms

Tie Lake dam project substantially completed

$450,000 project raises height of the dam; lake levels won't be affected, says RDEK.

Two found dead in vehicle near Cranbrook

Police assisting B.C. Coroners Service, say there is no danger to the public

So far, so mellow

Only one ticket issued for cannabis-related violations, say law enforcement

USW issues 72-hour strike notice

Union, employer association have applied for a mediator