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Clark to provide update on government’s work since last election
Interior Health has announced that the drop-in laboratory inside the F.W. Green Clinic will close July 25
MP David Wilks said the border crossing near Grasmere will remain congested for travellers entering Canada
911 calls made from the East Kootenay will soon be sent to a call answer service in the Lower Mainland, rather than Kelowna.
The $20 million project began in May and will continue until summer 2016.
Social media giant Facebook let slip that it conducted a social experiment on about 700,000 unknowing users in January, 2012.
Claudia De Assumpcao will be in Cranbrook in November for a dry-run of her provincial court trial
After more than 30 years, the esteemed Karin Penner is retiring as manager of the Cranbrook and District Chamber of Commerce
A man accused in a series of home invasions elected a Supreme Court trial by judge and jury.
The Cranbrook in the parallel universe is having some rodent issues
Last week’s decision that found the Tsilhqotin have title throughout their traditional territory could have implications for Ktunaxa
Townsman reporter Sally MacDonald reports on the Sam Steele Days crowning moment from backstage at the Key City Theatre
On the eve of three B.C. exams, students learned that the Ministry of Education was dropping essay questions because of teachers’ strike
A cross-province cycle in aid of cystic fibrosis hopes to raise money and awareness of the fatal disease
It’s on! Cranbrook’s great summer festival, the 50th edition of Sam Steele Days
While the Elk Valley will be the most affected, rivers throughout the East Kootenay are expected to rise over the next two days
Physician shortage worsens as 3,000 people will be added to those without a family doctor come July
Nikita Dalke is heading to Texas for a head-to-head competition for the title of Extreme Huntress
Cranbrook’s Elizabeth Lake Lodge is ranked ninth in the country for exceptional service
Work is underway on the first phase of an extension
of the Trans Canada Trail in the East Kootenay