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Fisher

Orphaned bear cub falls ill

Fisher, one of two cubs rescued near Cranbrook last month, takes a turn for the worse at wildlife shelter

Fisher
African Children’s Choir. The choir will be performing twice in Cranbrook June 29.

A song for Africa in Cranbrook

African Children’s Choir will perform two shows on June 29

African Children’s Choir. The choir will be performing twice in Cranbrook June 29.
Don Carter beside his hot rod in his garage just outside of Cranbrook.

Hillbilly Hotrods brings back that classic shine

Don Carter and his friends have been building and restoring classic cars in his garage for decades

Don Carter beside his hot rod in his garage just outside of Cranbrook.

The search for a better banana

The Panama disease is wiping out the Cavendish — shades of Big Mike of yesteryear

Charters to all over: Airport reports growth

A flight route from Cranbrook to Spokane is a possibility in the future, according to the Cranbrook’s airport manager.

12 city employees making six figures

The City of Cranbrook has 12 employees on staff who received remunerations of more than $100,000 in 2013.

Olympic speed skater and cyclist Clara Hughes (second row

Volunteerism honoured with Olympic speaker

CMHA-K, Investors Group hold Volunteer Awards gala at St. Eugene

Olympic speed skater and cyclist Clara Hughes (second row
One of the bears cubs adrift in the woods after its mother was killed. The cubs have since been delivered to Northern LIghts Wildlife Society.

Orphaned cubs’ mother likely shot by mistake

Conservation officers have confirmed that the mother of the two orphaned bear cubs had been shot, likely by a hunter, by mistake.

One of the bears cubs adrift in the woods after its mother was killed. The cubs have since been delivered to Northern LIghts Wildlife Society.
SHOUT HOORAY FOR TURTLE DAY: The Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program (FWCP)

Shout hooray for Turtle Day

Inaugural event a day to celebrate our shell-backed friends

SHOUT HOORAY FOR TURTLE DAY: The Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program (FWCP)
The location of the proposed new Canadian Tire

New Canadian Tire development approved

Council has approved the development of a new Canadian Tire store on the north side of Cranbrook.

The location of the proposed new Canadian Tire

Deer cull proves popular option in Cranbrook

Results of Cranbrook’s Deer Resident Survey show respondents not opposed to management method

Taking Canada Post to task

Cranbrook Council resolution calls on Minister of Transport to order public consultation into home delivery

Dr. Abdul Aleem is pictured with his daughter

Noted Cranbrook surgeon retires after 28 years

Dr. Abdul Aleem served the whole East Kootenay region

Dr. Abdul Aleem is pictured with his daughter
Allen Langdon

Regional district question benefits of new recycling program

The managing director of Multi-Material BC spoke to regional district directors about the new recycling program on April 1.

Allen Langdon
Gerald Dekker’s house in Wasa was completely destroyed by fire on the weekend

Fire destroys Wasa home

Just the finishing touches were left to do on new log house

Gerald Dekker’s house in Wasa was completely destroyed by fire on the weekend

City deer survey done

Residents feelings about our urban ungulates to be revealed May 12

Six-year-old Brooke Willisson was born with the rare crommelin syndrome.

Family fundraising for wheelchair for local girl with rare condition

The family of a young Cranbrook girl with a rare condition is hoping to get a boost as they fundraise for a specialized wheelchair.

Six-year-old Brooke Willisson was born with the rare crommelin syndrome.

Shadow Mountain preparing for April opening under new owners

The golf course is going to be in full operation this spring, said John Swanson, the new general manager and director of golf.

Reinhart owns longest active WHL point streak

Ice captain takes over longest active run after Medicine Hat forward Curtis Valk is left off the scoresheet on Wednesday night.

Taylor Johnstone

Key City gymnasts heading to B.C. Winter Games

Taylor Johnstone and sisters Emma and Kayley Lim to represent the Kooteanys at the provincial event.

Taylor Johnstone