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Sitting in the field on the farm, I can hear thunder rolling in the distance. A dark, grey cloud forms over the mountain tops to the east.
The local Paralympian travelled via bicycle from Fernie to Merrit in just a few days
According to RCMP, the vehicle may be associated with a robbery in Kimberley
A toxic substance is circulating, IH reports increased overdoses with 'severe outcomes'
The Conservatives have requested an emergency debate on Trudeau's WE Charity controversy
Step back into the 1890's with Fort Steele's videos and tutorials
The City of Cranbrook will be able to continue their plans to upgrade the wastewater lagoons at the north end of the community starting in the spring of 2021, thanks to $7.3 million in funding from the federal and provincial governments.
Cross country skiers from around the Kootenays gathered in Kimberley last week, July 11 and 12, for a regional drylands training camp. The skiers taking part are those who are part of the BC Team and the BC Development Squad.
RCMP seized a large quantity of drugs last week, and arrested four people after an investigation by the Cranbrook/Kimberley Crime Reduction Unit (CRU).
Language hawks are all a-chatter these days with the news that "irregardless" has been added to the dictionary.
Canada and the United States recently concluded the tenth round of talks over the renegotiation of the Columbia River Treaty at the end of June, as the two sides continue to discuss updated terms for the decades-old agreement.
Did you know, a group of ladybugs is called a loveliness?
Cranbrook city council has approved a new reserves and surplus policy, which provides a framework and guidance for long-term municipal finance planning activities, according to a staff report.
Paul Vogt steps in to lead the College as former president David Walls retires
The province of B.C. has banned commercial-scale picking from July 15 to October 15
Cranbrook city council has expressed interest in continuing with an interim national RCMP auxiliary constable program that supports and assist local full-time members with various policing duties.
Cranbrook city council has taken another step towards curbside recycling collection, unanimously granting staff the authority to pursue a curbside recycling collection program through RecycleBC.
The Cranbrook Arts Council is asking for the sculpture to be returned, no questions asked
The program aims to encourage, promote and celebrate local heritage, arts and culture