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An acclaimed Paralympic champion with local roots has been named to a leadership role as Team Canada's Chef de Mission for the 2022 Beijing Paralympic Games.
Ice on area waterbodies is currently quite thin, and not yet ready for recreation
Starting in January 2021, glass will no longer be collected through the yellow bin program
The City of Cranbrook is eyeing a new procedure to resolve disputes, particularly in light of uncollected fines from a parking metre bylaw, which is estimated to be in excess of $90,000.
Major repairs on a break in the water main feeding Wildstone and River's Crossing are underway Monday morning, according to the City of Cranbrook.
Cranbrook RCMP are looking for the driver of a vehicle that was found on fire Monday
Hugs: To the people who have already put out their Christmas Lights. During this Covid time we can all use the cheering up that the Christmas Lights bring.
Constitutional questions had to be settled before a polygamy prosecution could move forward
All indoor group fitness activities are currently suspended province-wide
Pacwest has curtailed competitive play for the winter 2021 semester
Pacwest cancels all winter sports competition after cancelling fall sports back in June
Cranbrook has formally adopted a secondary suites bylaw that will allow secondary suites in single family residential zones throughout the city.
An application for an overnight shelter will be presented at a forthcoming next city council meeting, as councillors voted on Monday night to punt debate on a proposed planning amendment for an adjacent property beside the proposed site.
The number of calls and the intensity of calls has increased. But the community is stepping up to help
Special prosecutor says mandate has ended following review of evidence from Bountiful investigations
Winter has arrived in Cranbrook.
In the words of Dr. Bonnie Henry: be kind, be calm, be safe.
Randy Moody, president of the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation of Canada (WPEFC) and owner of Moody Tree, who's spent nearly 20 years trying to preserve and promote this endangered tree species, had another big season, planting seedlings grown from seeds collected in 2018.
The efforts of a Kimberley-based company have gone a long way to preserve an important but endangered native tree — the whitebark pine.
Interior Health is reporting potential COVID-19 exposures at St. Mary's Catholic Independent School last week in Cranbrook.