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Rough first period sinks Cranbrook squad, unable to recover against scrappy bottom-feeders
2018 Magic Variety Show hits Key City Theatre
Team on a roll heading into showdown against league's bottom feeders, looking for third straight win
Avs host Columbia Bible College this weekend, look to keep two-win separation in standings
Volleyball team looking to get back to winning against dangerous Bearcats bunch at home
Bystander fishing at nearby lake describes springing into action after hearing the collision.
Cranbrook Community Theatre tries something new with next play
There's good news and bad news for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The bad news is that he's dipping in the polls. For the first time since he was elected in the fall of 2015, Trudeau's approval rating has dipped below 50 per cent.
As long as man has been using fire, he has been chopping down trees. Even in our pre-forestry, pre-agriculture days. Back then, when we were foragers, we made use of everything possible in our environment. The chopped down tree was easy to make use of. But what possible use could there be for the stump left behind? A stump is possibly the most useless thing ever created by humanity. With the possibility of the 8-track tape.
Team entering Wednesday night game after 7-2 win, still in search of first victory at Canalta Centre
Brett Davis scores with under 5 seconds left, team ends lengthy losing streak in Tigers' series
The cave, named Bisaro Anima, was confirmed to have broken the record on New Year's Day
Andrew Wilkinson drums up local support as race enters final weeks.
'Tallest team in Kootenays' built for tremendous success at February provincial tournament
Locals Coffee House, Saturday, Jan. 13, at the Studio Stage Door
It's almost time for the latest edition of a significant cultural event on our winter calendar.
Volleyball team drops pair of matches at home to top-ranked Capilano, show no quit in close finale
Mount Baker Wild standout athlete Quinn Grist commits to volleyball program for 2018-19 season
Volleyball team unable to beat with Capilano squad at home, despite close five-set Saturday match
The provincial government's River Forecast Centre has issued its first snow survey for this winter, collecting data from 76 snow courses and 64 automated snow weather stations around the province.