Barry Coulter

How Bruce Cockburn recharged his songwriting

Four years ago, Bruce Cockburn was wondering if he was still a…

D-Day and the Battle of Normandy: The importance of Memory; and the Fateful War Career Of Russell Craig

Seventy-five years is a length of time when memory starts to shift;…

Performers delight crowd at Wild Horse Talent Show

Organizers are on cloud nine at Fort Steele Heritage Town after an…

WATCH: The 2019 Kootenay Children’s Festival

Images and video from this past weekend’s festival

SPCA seeks help for frightened cat with dental problems

The BC SPCA’s East Kootenay Branch is seeking the public’s help with…

RCMP warn of scammer trading rings for money

Cranbrook RCMP are currently searching for a man trading rings for money.…

Wildlife Symposium: ‘We can bring those numbers back’

Kootenay Wildlife Symposium will address plunging ungulate populations

Bruce Cockburn and the Band coming to Cranbrook

The legendary singer-songwriter guitarist hits the Key City Theatre Aug. 8

Science, Faith, and the Mystery of Life

Yme Woensdregt Theoretical physicist and cosmologist Marcelo Gleiser has been awarded the…

Olson will be remembered for architectural, theatrical legacy

People from Cranbrook, Kimberley and beyond will gather Sunday, March 24, for…

Cold As Ice And Hot Blooded: Foreigner in Cranbrook

Juke Box Heroes Foreigner took the stage Feb. 26 with their repertoire of hits, and played it with verve and enthusiasm

EK Performing Arts festival starts Monday

Cranbrook to host provincial festival in 2020

Ballet Jorgen’s Coppélia features local dancers

Classic ballet runs at Key City Theatre Friday, Feb. 22

Air Canada to end flights between Cranbrook and Calgary

Air Canada will be discontinuing regional flights between Cranbrook and Calgary effective April 29.

Pat Morrow unveils hidden world in new book

Renowned Canadian Mountaineer at the St. Eugene Literature Series Feb.15

Bud Abbott: 1921-2019

Cranbrook has lost one of its most iconic and beloved citizens, whose…

On the road with rock’s greats

Thom Gimbel talks about life and music with Foreigner in Cranbrook and around the world

New military armoury opens in Cranbrook

Military presence in the Key City a part of the 44th Engineer Squadron

Hospice seeks clients for Live & Learn Program

After a successful two-year trial period, the Cranbrook and Kimberley Hospice Society is renewing its Live and Learn day program, and is putting out the word to prospective clients.

SPCA seeks help for Shelby the dog

Cranbrook branch seeks help with costs for a Shih Tzu suffering from a number of medical issues.