Trevor Crawley

Stetski calls for ammonia phase-out in arenas

Kootenay-Columbia MP rises in the House of Commons to respond to Fernie tragedy.

Supreme Court to rule on Ktunaxa Qat’muk appeal

Ktunaxa argue religious freedom was violated when ski resort plan was approved near Invermere.

Road construction season wrapping up

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Top officials tour through hospital

Interior Health CEO and board chair come to Kootenays on listening tour.

Liberal leadership race stops in Cranbrook

Former provincial cabinet minister Andrew Wilkinson makes his case to local party members.

Province to rehab Moyie CPR retaining wall

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Officials lift open burning ban

The Southeast Fire Centre has announced that open burning will be permitted throughout the region, due to a decreased risk of wildfire in the region, effective Wednesday, Oct. 18, at noon.

COTR president signs on for three more years

The president of the College of the Rockies has signed a contract extension that will keep him at the helm for three more years.

KEYSA fundraising for indoor facility

The Kootenay East Youth Soccer Association (KEYSA) is proposing to construct and operate an indoor sports facility in Cranbrook. The facility will be an air-supported dome with artificial turf to provide year-round access to field-based sports.

KEYSA fundraising for indoor facility

The Kootenay East Youth Soccer Association (KEYSA) is proposing to construct and operate an indoor sports facility in Cranbrook. The facility will be an air-supported dome with artificial turf to provide year-round access to field-based sports.

Firefighters respond to garage blaze

No injuries reported as emergency personnel attend early morning fire in Cranbrook.

Inspiring the next generation

Chris Hadfield shares his experience as one of Canada's most decorated astronauts.

Province approves hotel tax for Cranbrook

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Strong turnout for advance voting in byelection

The city is reporting that 371 registered voters cast their ballots on Wednesday, Oct. 11, in the first of two advance polls for the upcoming municipal city council by-election.

Local politicians return from provincial conference

Local politicians across the province recently got the opportunity to rub shoulders with their provincial counterparts at an annual conference to air out priorities and concerns to specific ministers and ministries.

Proposed composting business wants ALR inclusion

A local entrepreneur wishing to start a composting business in a rural area outside Cranbrook is applying to the province to have his property included into the Agriculture Land Reserve (ALR).

Stepping up for the Fraggle Rock and Roll Fun Run

Cranbrook RCMP is pleased to be involved with this year's Fraggle Rock and Roll Fun Run and Walk.

Property crimes up in Q2 stats, says RCMP

It was a busy second quarter for the Cranbrook RCMP, which saw a jump in calls for service and property crime, said S/Sgt. Hector Lee in a report to city council.

Mistrial declared in sex assault case

A judge has declared a mistrial in a sex assault case in Cranbrook Supreme Court.

Crown delivers closing arguments in sex assault trial

An honest and mistaken belief of consent should not be a defence for a man accused of sexual assault, said Crown counsel, in closing arguments on Monday in Cranbrook Supreme Court.