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Camping, motorized recreation banned at Koocanusa

Restrictions in effect immediately for spring and summer

 

College of the Rockies launches new emergency fund for students

Businesses and individuals are encouraged to donate to the fund to help students in need during COVID-19

  • Apr 8, 2020

 

Local political leaders outline supports for residents, business during virtual town hall

Hosted by Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce, politicians at all levels explain supports, answer questions

 

RCMP looking for truck stolen overnight in Cranbrook

Cranbrook RCMPare looking for a pickup truck stolen overnight from the 600-Block of King Street West.

Bucks add forward as roster continues to grow

The Yale connection strikes again.

Cranbrook firefighters respond to small grassfire

Cranbrook firefighters responded to a grass fire near the railway tracks north of Cranbrook St behind the Finning building on Tuesday afternoon.

Farm life: the meaning of a memory

I live in an old hospital. It was built in the late 1800's. So when we first moved in and decided to renovate, we worked hard to keep the original charm of the building intact. E and I felt a responsibility to make sure that when you walk through the front door, you know that this place has a story to tell.

  • Apr 7, 2020

East Kootenay family doctors now available for telephone, video appointments

To book a virtual appointment, call your family's medical clinic and staff will walk you through the process.

  • Apr 6, 2020

RDEK calls on province for clarity, stronger measures for inter-community travel

The Regional District of East Kootenay has passed a resolution urging the province's top doctor to provide clarity and introduce stronger measures around inter-community travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Truck destroyed in fire after collision near Moyie

Cranbrook RCMP along with East Kootenay Traffic Services attended a Motor Vehicle Incident on Thursday morning, April 2, in the Bluffs area adjacent to Moyie Lake. An SUV travelling northbound lost control coming around a corner and hit a southbound truck. The truck caught fire and was completely destroyed. Thankfully no one was injured in the incident. The roads were icy at the time. Photo submitted

RDEK calls on province for clarity, stronger measures for inter-community travel

The Regional District of East Kootenay has passed a resolution urging the province's top doctor to provide clarity and introduce stronger measures around inter-community travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

City of Cranbrook seeks public cooperation with provincial COVID-19 mandates

City Bylaw will be monitoring, educating public around orders set by the province

  • Apr 3, 2020

Vehicle parades celebrate birthdays, recognize workers on COVID-19 front lines

Melissa Young started the parades in Cranbrook as a way to mark her son's 12th birthday

Columbia Basin Trust announces $11.7 million in COVID-19 support funding

The funding will help businesses, First Nations, food banks, social service agencies and child care operators.

  • Apr 2, 2020

MP Morrison ‘disappointed’ in six-week delay for wage subsidy support

Kootenay-Columbia MP says small businesses and employees need financial help now

Nelson product commits to Cranbrook Bucks

Noah Quinn will make the jump to Jr. A next year with the BCHL's newest franchise

A Message From East Kootenay Regional Hospital ER Staff

Please Continue to Stay Home and Practice Social Distancing

Cranbrook food recovery programs still in operation

Cranbrook programs working together to ensure the community is fed.

  • Apr 1, 2020

Farm life: the little things that brought me joy in March

In celebration of the little things in life that bring us joy

  • Apr 1, 2020

School district staff reaching out to students, parents for educational guidance

Staff maintaining contact with students, ramping up remote technology to deliver learning opportunities