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Men's and women's volleyball teams suffer more losses at home as regular season winds down
Penalties, game misconduct for goalie mar otherwise solid effort from Cranbrook team at home
Tractor trailer and pickup truck with horse trailer collided head on
Kimberley woman stuck in California when residency suddenly denied after 10 years
The week of January 28 - February 3
Team looking to get back on track against pair of playoff teams, continue success in home arena
Potential for flash freezing conditions on Friday evening, flurries expected all weekend.
Sharp needles are being found in yellow recycling bins, which is unsafe, says RDEK.
Over six years, 33 staff contributed nearly 11,000 hours to secure the Kootenay West Mine Environmental Assessment (EA) approval for local mining client
Social media came alive last Friday night, Jan. 26, with hard talk of an axe murderer making the rounds.
Let's step away from politics this week and talk breakfast spreads.
Men approaching do-or-die point of season, women looking to build confidence heading into playoffs
Kootenay experiences another tough night against Edmonton at home, winning streak cut short
Eight-team tournament featuring local schools set to entertain Cranbrook on Friday and Saturday
Rev. Yme Woensdregt
'Onegin' plays the Key City Theatre Tuesday, Feb. 6
The Kootenay Ice have enjoyed a lot of success at home so far this season.
Company says operational requirements for service haven't been met yet.
Winner of last three games, team hoping to avoid repeat of recent blowout by Edmonton club
Kootenay-Columbia MP to hold teleconference to talk about proposed Liberal legislation.