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One Cranbrook nutritionist says a plan is most important part of any goal
An upcoming public hearing has been delayed for a zoning amendment facilitating a proposed homeless shelter, following discussions during a Cranbrook city council meeting on Monday night.
The local detachment is asking anyone with information to come forward
The industry is optimistic for the future, but pessimistic for January
Interior Health starts to receive and deploy COVID-19 vaccine
Cranbrook up six per cent, Kimberley up 12 per cent as BC Assessment sends out notices
Production is now available for viewing via online streaming until January 17, 2021.
Cranbrook Community Theatre is ringing in 2021 with three opportunities for theatre lovers.
Baby girl Paisley was born on New Year's Day at 3:37 p.m. at East Kootenay Regional Hospital
In my view, dear people of Cranbrook, the irruption of fireworks around the city at the stroke of midnight, 2020/2021, was an unprecedented community celebration, illuminating the black winter night from the ground up, as if my neighbours and fellow Cranbrecians had been stocking up on fireworks for weeks to make this pyrotechnical statement of love and resilience and rejoicing.
Liam and Oliver also remain popular choices for new babies in the province
Mary Weselake has been making masks to help raise money for Angel Flight East Kootenay
Hugs: Huge hugs to Steve on 5th Street South who saw me shoveling my driveway and offered to help! He used his snowblower to finish my driveway as well as the street at the end of the driveway so we wouldn't be plowed in. It was very much appreciated! Thank you so much and Merry Christmas to you and your family!
At least six community post boxes have been broken into in the last two months
Board chair Rob Gay talks about the challenges faced and addressed by the regional district
Contractors, search and rescue calling for use of radios on forest service roads
Despite a trying year, community spirit remains alive and well
Kootenay-Columbia MP Rob Morrison reflects on the last 12 months as a new year looms