Trevor Crawley

Mayor wades into indoor sports facility debate

The debate over where to build a proposed indoor sports facility has turned into a full-blown election issue, as mayor Lee Pratt responded to a recent lengthly statement from one of the leading organizations that outlined concerns with the state of the project.

Regional cadets compete in orienteering exercise

Three regional cadet corps recently competed against each other in an orienteering competition in Cranbrook, with the 552 Air Squadron (Cranbrook) taking first place, followed by 2756 Army Corps (Invermere) in second and 561 Air Squadron (Nelson) in third.

Where can cannabis be consumed in Cranbrook?

City lays out policy framework where consumpion is prohibited

Council adopts cannabis bylaw ahead of legalization

Retail cannabis locations capped at 10, changes made to clean air bylaws and licensing fees

RCMP make arrests after crime spree

Two B.C. residents are in custody after evading police in Fernie and Creston in a stolen truck over the last few weeks.

RCMP make arrests after crime spree

Two B.C. residents are in custody after evading police in Fernie and Creston in a stolen truck over the last few weeks.

BC Attorney General talks money laundering, ICBC in Cranbrook

David Eby outlines steps taken to fix money laundering scheme, ICBC losses.

Indoor sports facility location debate ongoing

KEYSA declines Moir Park offer, says it isn't a financially viable location

Council tweaks proposed cannabis bylaws

Municipalities scrambling as deadline for federal cannabis legalizaiton fast approaches

Ice dethrone Oil Kings in shootout

Peyton Krebs was the lone goal-scorer in the shootout, while goaltender Duncan McGovern stood tall to lift the Kootenay Ice to a 5-4 shootout win over the visiting Edmonton Oil Kings on Friday night in Cranbrook.

Avalanche volleyball program celebrates 20 years

College of the Rockies celebrated the 20th anniversary of their Avalanche volleyball program with an alumni weekend, September 21 and 22. Thirty-five former athletes took part in a nine-hole golf tournament and buffet dinner at Bootleg Gap Friday before taking part in a four-team, co-ed volleyball tournament and barbecue lunch at the College on Saturday. Guest coaches John Swanson, Cisco Farrero, Steve Kamps and Tyler Fraser drafted their teams from the participating alumni, with Coach Fraser's team coming out victorious. The College thanks the many sponsors who helped to make the event a great success: Bootleg Gap, Shadow Mountain, St. Eugene Mission, Blake Martindale - Investor's Group, The Heidout, Fire Hall Kitchen and Tap, Boston Pizza, Dewey's Pub, St. Mary's Angler, Resorts of the Canadian Rockies, Kootenay Life Cycle and the Kootenay Ice.

Cranbrook Community Choir back for another season

Community choir always recruiting new members if anyone is interested in joining up

Graham seeks another term on council

First-term councillor hopes to continue infrastructure progress, eonomic development

Ice gear up to face Oil Kings, Tigers

Head coach James Patrick says team working on systems play after doubleheader against Chiefs

Morrison running for federal Kootenay-Columbia Conservative nod

Local resident touts years of government experience working as a RCMP member and diplomat

Cranbrook RCMP seize suspected cocaine, crystal meth in drug seizures

Police take hard drugs off the streets in separate traffic stops over the weekend

RCMP seize suspected cocaine, crystal meth in drug seizures

Police take hard drugs off the streets in separate traffic stops over the weekend

UPDATED: Power restored in Cranbrook after outage

BC Hydro says electricity is back on after four separate outages were reported

UPDATED: RCMP find missing person

Cranbrook RCMP issued a request for public assistance Sunday afternoon, for help to find a man who had been reported missing in the Gold Creek area.

Construction values soaring: City

Growth led by residential, industrial development, according to top administration official