Arne Petryshen

Senate needs an official opposition

MP David Wilks comments on Justin Trudeau's turfing of Liberal senators from caucus

One less family doctor

Cranbrook clinic informs patients they are without a family doctor

Accused in home invasion denied bail

One of the four people charged in connection with a series of home invasions in December appeared in Court Wednesday for a bail hearing.

The golf course at Shadow Mountain has been sold to a buyers' group out of Edmonton.

Shadow Mountain bought by oil and gas company

The golf course Shadow Mountain has been purchased by a gas and oil company out of Edmonton that was looking to diversify its operations.

The golf course at Shadow Mountain has been sold to a buyers' group out of Edmonton.
Community mailboxes have been the standard for new housing development for decades.

Canada Post phasing out home delivery

Union official says it’s too early to say how many of Cranbrook and Kimberley’s 30 letter carriers will be affected

Community mailboxes have been the standard for new housing development for decades.

USW reaches lumber, hospitality agreements

The first is with the Interior Forest Labour Relations Association, the second with the Kimberley Ski Resort and Trickle Creek Lodge.

Cranbrook Council talks streets, parks

Mayor Wayne Stetski tried to clear up some of the misconceptions about the 2nd Street South and Moir gravel pit proposals at Monday meeting.

Things are better at home

New seniors program going phenomenally well, co-ordinator says

Kimberley Mayor Ron McRae (front

All aboard the OK Connector!

Pacific Coastal Airlines runs inaugural flight from Cranbrook to Kelowna MOnday, Nov. 18.

Kimberley Mayor Ron McRae (front
Tickets to hear author Wade Davis in Cranbrook on Dec. 9 are available at the Key City Theatre.

Explorer Wade Davis coming to Cranbrook

Renowned author and anthropologist giving presentation at Key City Theatre Dec. 9.

Tickets to hear author Wade Davis in Cranbrook on Dec. 9 are available at the Key City Theatre.

Cranbrook settling fluoride lawsuit

Anti-fluoride activist Kevin Millership has asked the city to hold a referendum in November 2014

COTR starting new trades programs

Starting in February the College of the Rockies will be offering Steamfitter/Pipefitter and Metal Fabricator.

Ski patrol starts season with ski swap Saturday

This weekend the Kimberley Volunteer Ski Patrol is holding its annual ski swap.

Leave graveyard markers alone, residents request

Cranbrook City Council says cemetery request is reasonable

City gets public input on future of downtown block

40 people crammed around tables at the Manual Training Centre Tuesday night to discuss the future of the downtown city-owned block

Province says COTR’s college designation won’t change

College of the Rockies won't be getting university-college status anytime soon as a Government correspondence pointed out to council.

RCMP search for man who barged into Elkford home

Unknown man follows resident inside after slapping her

Feds move to increase rail safeguards

The federal government is looking to increase safety in the transportation of dangerous goods.

Students’ film shoot leads to takedown

Don't play around with prop guns in front of a bank is the lesson of the day.

Aqamnik School needs your votes for playground

Students have put together a submission to the Aviva Community Funds Competition in hopes that they can win funding to build the playground.