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Kootenay Ice rookie living up to expectations, making team better with continual improvement
The race for the top baby name for boys born in B.C. in 2017 is close. Benjamin is out in front so far, according to the Vital Statistics Agency's preliminary statistics from Jan. 1 to Dec. 15, 2017.
Ice sweep four-game series against Calgary with dramatic regulation win powered by special teams
You may have noticed that it's been cold outside lately.
UPDATE 1:30 p.m. The highway has reopened to single lane, alternating traffic.
Team defeats Calgary in first game following holiday break, look to end four-game series with win
It may have been Christmas but the RCMP were still busy, fielding 133 calls for service between Dec. 18-25 last week, according to S/Sgt. Hector Lee.
I have come to realize I shall never be free - it is my doom
A day of free skiing and riding for locals
Second and third round picks exchanged for promising 2000-born forward with significant pedigree
Team gives up veteran forward acquired earlier this season for future pick in WHL Bantam Draft
Looking back at the top stories both locally and regionally around Cranbrook.
On Dec. 17, 2017, 32 dogs from the Ventura County Animal Services shelter were airlifted into Cranbrook, in an initiative by Playpen Boarding and Grooming and BARCS Rescue. Animal shelters are under great pressure to the wildfire situation in California. Normally holding 400 animals, the VCAS shelter's population swelled more than 1,100 in recent days. Cranbrook helped take some of that pressure off.
Further news and notes from yesteryear
As of this December 16, Cranbrook Special Olympics has started a new cross country ski program.
Cranbrook Community Theatre, in conjunction with the Key City Theatre, is bringing it's most ambitious project to the stage
The 2017 hunting season has come and gone, and without question it will go down as one of the most dismal seasons in decades.
Slugs: To the yobbo who stole the snow shovel out of my yard in the early hours of Wednesday, Dec. 20. I can see that, being frustrated with trying to get into my car looking for loose change, you've decided to move on to bigger things. Though I am sorry to be responsible for your moving to a higher level of crime, I am pleased you'll be able to make lots of loose change shovelling people's sidewalks for them with the shovel that once was mine.
Week of December 17-23
Wayne Stetski opens up about serving regional constituents both locally and in Ottawa.