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A Cranbrook couple went looking for a missing ring after reading a plea on Facebook
Construction has broken ground for a multi-use indoor sports facility in Cranbrook that has been spearheaded by a local youth soccer association for the last few years.
Cranbrook, Kimberley, Canal Flats mayors discuss strategies to strengthen regional economy
Contractors have begun construction to replace an aging pressure reducing station on 2nd St. S, between 27th Ave S and 28th Ave S, and a traffic detour has been put in place for the duration of the project.
Kootenay Connect to use funding for habitat conservation to protect four areas in the region
Marriage Commissioner, couples, weigh in on getting married during a pandemic
Ultracrepidarianism: On offering one's opinion 'beyond the sole'
Spring Honda donated a van, while Minute Muffler ensured it was fit for the road
Southeast Fire Centre says ground crews, air support responding to fires near Revelstoke, Nakusp
Millions of litres of water were delivered to residents and businesses on a single day last week, according to the City of Cranbrook, as a heat wave is causing temperatures to spike across the southern interior of the province.
Man reported missing after swimming into river to rescue dog that had been swept into the current
Tom Lymbery shares his knowledge of the history of the Pass
Slugs to those who are operating ATVs and dirt bikes on the NON-motorized portions of the South Star trails. There are plenty of "authorized" off-road areas for you to spin your wheels.
Cranbrook RCMP is warning the public about a rental scam that was reported on Tuesday, July 28.
I feel as though I say this each and every month but I cannot believe July is coming to an end. Summer is so fleeting. This year has been a whirlwind. When I look back on stories I wrote in February and March it feels like an eternity ago, yet it has come and gone so quickly.
A motorcyclist was killed in a head-on collision just north of Canal Flats Tuesday late afternoon, July 28.
A local resident is questioning the fairness of closing Crown land in the Koocanusa region to overnight camping, even though campers on private properties are allowed to set up and stay.
East, West Kootenays expected to hit high 30s C as fire danger rating increases to high and extreme
Local photographer Chad St. Pierre captured images of the Comet Neowise out in the Fort Steele area, which has been visible to the naked eye in the northern hemisphere for the last few weeks. The comet was discovered in March, and captured the imagination of stargazers, astronomers and photographers as it became brighter and brighter in June and July as it moved closer to the Earth. Photos courtesy Chad St. Pierre.