Paul Rodgers

Four in custody after armed robbery, suspects linked to other recent crimes

Four people are in custody after Cranbrook RCMP responded to a robbery…

Kootenay Anglican bishops, priests grapple with same-sex marriage vote

After same-sex marriage amendment rejection, priests, bishops voice discontent

Fundraiser started to support young burn victim and his family

Nine-year-old Jax Shannon is receiving care for severe burns in Vancouver

WATCH: Medical transport service celebrates historic first flight

Angel Flight East Kootenay takes to the skies with first patient flight to Kelowna

Cranbrook Chamber, Air Canada discuss Cranbrook-Calgary route cut

Regional business community and government plan to keep pressure on airline to re-instate service

June on track to meet precipitation average after dry spring

Cranbrook and its surrounding area experienced quite a thunderstorm Wednesday night, but…

Trip to Cranbrook featured as prize on The Price is Right

Contestant wins prize, forfeits it for reasons unknown

BC Wildfire Service action 40-hectare fire south of Baynes Lake

The fire is being managed by 18 personnel with the assitance of heavy equipment and air tankers

Weed Warrior Frank: Dandelions

The Weed Warrior returns for 2019 with some helpful information on dandelions

Galloway Lumber sold to new owners

Family-run business for the past 75 years has been sold

College of the Rockies celebrates annual Awards Ceremony

Over $89,000 in scholarships, bursaries, and awards presented to students in the ‘18/19 academic year

Avalanche Canada says winter’s not over yet in the high alpine

Take winter precautions if exploring the back country

College of the Rockies hosts International Day Celebration

Community invited to enjoy cultural display booths and performances

Getting to know Cody Coyote

Indigenous musician and motivational speaker speaks to Ktunaxa Youth Summit

Ktunaxa Nation holds Ahead of the Game 2.0 youth summit

Youth summit coincides with language summit

Ktunaxa Nation holds first language summit since 2011

The language summit coincides with the youth’s, allowing for trans-generational transfer of knowledge

Creative Monkeys gets permanent home, launches summer camps

Grand opening for new studio is April 6

Paul Blais provides daily, free breakfast to Cranbrook’s homeless

After winding up on the streets in 2018, Blais wanted to do everything he could to help others

Region’s trails get $484K boost from Columbia Basin Trust

29 projects in total will receive funding

New Bishop elected for Anglican Diocese of Kootenay

Rev. Dr. Lynne McNaughton’s consecration set for May 16 in Kelowna