Cranbrook Daily Townsman

Elkview dryer incident results in significant production loss

Teck Coal says the significant pressure event which occurred at Teck Elkview Operations on January 19 will cost between $5 to $10 million to fix.

  • Jan 25, 2018

Kootenay Ice ready for colourful clash with Wheat Kings

Team hosting weekend doubleheader with Brandon, wearing 'Pink the Rink' uniforms on Saturday

Moon puts on a show Jan. 31

The total lunar eclipse of a blue supermoon is expected Wednesday, Jan. 31.

Power restored after outage in Cranbrook

A failed insulator outside the downtown core to blame for outage.

Province approves mine near Canal Flats

Project is expected to mine 400,000 tonnes of gypsum over 43 years.

Kootenay Ice burn Hurricanes in 7-3 home victory

Two minutes of magic in second period lead Cranbrook squad to first win over Lethbridge this season

SPCA puts out adoption call for injured cat

Bethany, a tri-pod feline, is looking for a forever home.

Kootenay Ice seek first win over Lethbridge Hurricanes at home tonight

Team looking to bounce back from rough loss to Oil Kings in game against another division rival

Kootenay Soul Diva: Loud and Proud

Creston's fiery chanteuse Velle Weitman launches Winter Ale Series with strength and charm

  • Jan 23, 2018

Never felt more like singin’ the blues

Vancouver blues legend Harpdog Brown plays Heritage Inn Lounge

  • Jan 23, 2018

Plan to cover rare train cars approved

Cranbrook History Centre to build timber-frame structure to cover rare train cars.

COTR Avalanche men fall twice to CBC Bearcats at home

Volleyball team drops to tie at bottom of conference standings as home court struggles continue

COTR Avalanche women squash eight-game losing streak in comeback win

Volleyball team beats CBC Bearcats on Saturday afternoon thanks to incredible fourth set performance

Cranbrook’s India Sherret nominated to Canadian Olympic ski cross team

Local skier set to compete at PyeongChang games in February, week after first World Cup medal

Dog stomped by deer on Norton Avenue

Udi, 15, had to be put down

  • Jan 22, 2018

Fuel treatment underway in Cranbrook Community Forest

Project manager urges public to avoid area while fuel treatment work is being completed.

Guest Column: Benefits of supplemental elk winter feeding

Elk numbers in the East Kootenay have declined in recent years for reasons that are mainly habitat related.

  • Jan 22, 2018

Kimberley Alpine Team opens season with plenty of success, medals

Local skiers win competitions at Red Mountain, Panorama and qualify for provincial events

  • Jan 22, 2018

Pair of Kootenay Ice players listed by NHL Central Scouting in midterm rankings

Forward Brad Ginnell and goaltender Duncan McGovern included as part of 43 potential WHL draft picks

Adams celebrated as 2017 Citizen of the Year

Gala dinner recognizes Mike Adams for his community volnteerism.