Trevor Crawley

RDEK calls on province for clarity, stronger measures for inter-community travel

The Regional District of East Kootenay has passed a resolution urging the province's top doctor to provide clarity and introduce stronger measures around inter-community travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vehicle parades celebrate birthdays, recognize workers on COVID-19 front lines

Melissa Young started the parades in Cranbrook as a way to mark her son's 12th birthday

MP Morrison ‘disappointed’ in six-week delay for wage subsidy support

Kootenay-Columbia MP says small businesses and employees need financial help now

Nelson product commits to Cranbrook Bucks

Noah Quinn will make the jump to Jr. A next year with the BCHL's newest franchise

School district staff reaching out to students, parents for educational guidance

Staff maintaining contact with students, ramping up remote technology to deliver learning opportunities

More snow expected overnight Tuesday: Mainroad

Get ready for another blast of winter.

Cranbrook Bucks add two more players to growing roster

A forward and a goaltender have committed to the newest BCHL franchise for next season

Cranbrook RCMP seek public help locating stolen truck

Cranbrook police are investigating a report of a stolen truck from a local business overnight on Thursday, March 26.

Rotary Club launches grocery voucher program to support Salvation Army

The Cranbrook Rotary Club has launched a program to provide grocery vouchers to the Salvation Army to continue their efforts to provide food for those in need.

Interior Health officials outline pandemic response in virtual town hall

Kelowna-Lake Country MLA Norm Letnick moderates digital discussion, Q&A with Interior Health leadership

Cranbrook Bucks add forward to the roster

The Cranbrook Bucks have added another player to their ranks with the commitment of Brendan Rogers for next season.

Cranbrook RCMP seek public help to find wanted man

Cranbrook RCMP are asking for public help to find a local wanted man with un-endorsed warrants.

Local Paralympian reflects on Tokyo Games postponement

Tristen Chernove said he is proud of Canada's action to protect athletes in response to COVID-19 pandemic

MP Morrison touts non-partisan effort to provide relief amid COVID-19 pandemic

The federal government has announced a slew of economic initiatives for those impacted by the pandemic

Fire restrictions in place for high smoke sensitivity zones

The province has issued open burning ban for high smoke sensitivity zones across B.C. until the middle of April in response to concerns that elevated smoke levels might help spread COVID-19.

Local Paralympian reflects on Tokyo Games postponement

Tristen Chernove said he is proud of Canada's action to protect athletes in response to COVID-19 pandemic

MLAs, Interior Health to hold virtual town hall

MLAs Shypitka, Clovechok and others, along with IH reps, available to answer public questions

Defenceman commits to Cranbrook Bucks

Connor Sullivan captained the Boston Jr. Bandits this past season, with 45 points in 50 games

City closes playgrounds, play courts in response to COVID-19 concerns

The City of Cranbrook is closing down access to playground structures, including ones at schools, along with play courts and other related outdoor recreation spaces effective Tuesday.

Cranbrook Bucks hire Ryan Donald as head coach, general manager

Donald has been serving as an assistant coach with Yale University for the last five years