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Ktunaxa, supporters celebrate protection of Qat’muk and the Jumbo valley

Speeches, acknowledgements and ceremonies mark an emotional gathering in Cranbrook

Jumbo Valley to be protected, ending decades-long dispute over proposed ski resort

Development rights permanently retired for site of proposed year-round ski resort west of Invermere

RCMP, Conservation officers, locals attempt to save elk in frozen river

Local emergency services personnel teamed up with rural residents to try and save an elk that had fallen through the ice at Bull River on Wednesday.

COTR students heading abroad for international educational experiences

Local College students are heading abroad to Europe for some international educational experience.

Special prosecutor to review Cranbrook toddler drowning case

A special prosecutor has been appointed to conduct an independent review into evidence disclosure in the case of a Cranbrook woman who was prosecuted following the death of a toddler in 2011.

Cranbrook gearing up for second Winter Blitzville festival

The second annual Winter Blitzville festival is gearing up for a bigger and better show following an extremely successful debut last year.

MP Morrison reacts to Iran plane crash

Kootenay-Columbia MP Rob Morrison says the Canadian government is talking with Iranian officials about pursuing an investigation into the cause of a plane crash that killed 176 passengers on Wednesday.

Pools closed at Fairmont, Radium

No timeline to indicate when both locations will reopen

Shypitka updates RDEK on proposed provincial time changes

A famous German physicist once said time is relative.

Local mayors, RDEK area directors meet with Morrison

Kootenay-Columbia MP drops in on regional district meeting for post-election introduction

UPDATED: Pools remain closed at Fairmont, Radium

No timeline to indicate when both locations will reopen

MP Morrison reacts to Iran plane crash

Kootenay-Columbia MP Rob Morrison says the Canadian government is talking with Iranian officials about pursuing an investigation into the cause of a plane crash that killed 176 passengers on Wednesday.

Odorous gases venting at Skookumchuck mill after mechanical failure

Air quality is being monitored as repairs are expected to wrap up by Monday, according to statement

RDEK rescinds support for proposed Cranbrook boundary extension

The Regional District of East Kootenay has rescinded support for a proposed boundary extension by the City of Cranbrook that seeks to bring 18 hectares into the municipal fold.

City’s financial plan moves closer to adoption

Cranbrook's five-year financial plan moved closer to adoption following three readings by council on Monday night at city hall.

Cranbrook construction values continue to rise

Construction values topped $46.7 million in 2019, an increase of $3 million from 2018, according to a City of Cranbrook staff report presented to council on Monday evening.

handyDART transit services expanded in Cranbrook

BC Transit and the City of Cranbrook have announced an expansion of 1,000 hours of handyDART transportation services, which also includes the addition of a new bus to the local fleet.

Public hearing set for proposed Innes Ave housing development

City council passed a second reading of an amendment to a community plan that will open up the process to a public hearing for a proposed housing development on Innes Ave.

A year of transition for regional federal politics

Morrison reflects on 2019, looks ahead to navigating minority government in the new year

A year of transition for regional federal politics

Morrison reflects on 2019, looks ahead to navigating minority government in the new year