Sally Macdonald

East Hill property for sale

$10 million sought for Summit West lands that were the subject of 2009’s boundary expansion referendum in Cranbrook

When pancakes and bikinis collide

Cranbrook’s Danielle Cardozo will raise money for Special Olympics at a Stampede celebrity cookoff

Local canine reaches tracking dog milestone

Samboya and her handler Waldy Gorka achieved the Tracking Dog Excellent title on May 24

Canada Day party back and bigger than ever

Connect Church has begun fundraising for Cranbrook’s celebration of the national holiday

Serious downpour on its way

Environment Canada predicts 25 mm of rain Wednesday.

Plan aims to protect species of interest

The East Kootenay Koocanusa Fish and Wildlife Program
is seeking input on a draft watershed plan

Woman walking alone assaulted in Cranbrook

A woman was randomly assaulted in Cranbrook early on Saturday, May 24, RCMP are reporting.

There are places I remember

The demise of a childhood library prompts memories of the acquisition of knowledge.

A matter of time

Cranbrook residents are asked to submit an item for a time capsule that will be opened in 2039

Two charged in trap tampering not present for first appearance

Two men charged for tampering with deer traps in Kimberley earlier this year had brief court appearances in Cranbrook on Tuesday, May 20.

Armond resurrection proceeding apace

Plans are underway to resurrect Cranbrook’s historic movie house since it was purchased by a new owner last July

‘Wreck-reation’ leaves appalling mess at Koocanusa

Long weekend campers leave behind trash, toilet paper, abandoned camping gear on East Kootenay Crown land.

Hospital project breaks ground

A celebration at East Kootenay Regional Hospital marks the beginning of construction for Cranbrook’s new Intensive Care Unit

Cranbrook judge appointed to electoral boundary review

British Columbia constituency review to take 18 months

New Kootenay degree aims to encourage rural doctors

Selkirk College will launch a three-year pre-med program that aims to ease the doctor shortage in rural communities such as Cranbrook

Pothole art the next big craze

In Scranton, Pennsylvania, potholes unite residents in their frustration, and creativity.

New hunting rules out now

The 2014-2016 Hunting and Trapping Regulations come into effect July 1

Unemployment rate on the rise

Job rate snapshot shows Kootenay region in a slump

Ktunaxa to appeal Jumbo decision

The First Nation says Supreme Court does not respect sacred relationship with Qat’muk

KCT hosting Chamber Music Festival

Once school lets out, the theatre usually takes a two-month hiatus. However, this year there will be events at the Key in July and August.