City eyes 2017 capital projects program
The AAP process is Cranbrook's story of the year, as determined by the Cranbrook Townsman. — image credit: Townsman file photo. 0. by Trevor Crawley - Cranbrook Daily Townsman; posted Jan 13, 2017 at 9:40 AM. City council gave staff the pre-approval ...
- Health Foundation breaks Starlight record
Left to right: Christine Hoechsmann, EKFH Board; Scott Edmonstone, IH Diagnostic Imaging Director; Karyn Morash, EKRH Acute Health Services Director; Russ Colombo, EKFH Board; Mike Calder, EKFH Board; Dennis Rounsville, IH Board; Wes Rogers, ...
- Goodman named PACWEST Athlete of the Week
Adriel Goodman (#14, right) celebrates a point during the College of the Rockies Avalanche match against the VIU Mariners on January 7, 2017. — image credit: Brad McLeod. Second-year College of the Rockies Avalanche outside hitter Adriel Goodman ...
- RDEK gets update on homelessness
Representatives from the Homeless Outreach Program under BC Housing recently presented to the RDEK board of directors. — image credit: Submitted photo. by Trevor Crawley - Cranbrook Daily Townsman; posted Jan 11, 2017 at 9:32 AM.
- How a long walk on a cold night can help out
East Kootenay Community Credit Union manager Mindy Atti, with one of the special yellow toques participants in The Coldest Night Of The Year will be wearing, at an event launch Saturday, Jan. 7, at the Heid-Out. — image credit: Courtesy Margy DeNeef.
- Curling club lauds Grand Slam success
Val Sweeting's team capped a strong Tour Challenge with a Tier 1 victory and Grand Slam title at Western Financial Place in Cranbrook in November. Meanwhile, Jacqueline Harrison's squad took the Tier 2 women's final. — image credit: Barry Coulter photo.
- COTR to build $10 million trades facility
A new $10 million trades training facility will be built at the College of the Rockies campus in Cranbrook. Construction will begin in April, building to open in fall semester of 2018. — image credit: Trevor Crawley photo. 0 ...
- Seeing success in battling Cranbrook cat overpopulation
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The results are in. And they're impressive. Thanks to a Pet Smart Charities® of Canada grant of $83,957 awarded to the BC SPCA East Kootenay Branch in 2015 to help address the community's cat overpopulation crisis, intake of stray kittens at the branch ...
- Cranbrook hockey royalty has legacy sealed
Ron “Spike” Huston signs his 'Wall of Fame' California Golden Seals jersey at Western Financial Place on Thursday afternoon. — image credit: Brad McLeod. Cranbrook posted Jan 10, 2017 at 9:34 PM. Anthony Dransfeld. In 1965, Cranbrook had three gas ...
- It happened this week in Cranbrook: 1908
Nomination for mayor ... To the Citizens of Cranbrook: Notwithstanding my refusal to many personal requests I have, within the past week, received a strong petition signed by almost all the business men and many other citizens requesting me to ...
- Nitros explode after rough Cranbrook night
The Kimberley Dynamiters played to a crowd of 575 fans at the Cranbrook Memorial Arena on Friday night. — image credit: Trevor Crawley. 0. Kimberley posted Jan 9, 2017 at 6:43 PM. Josh Lockhart. The Kimberley Dynamiters had a busy weekend with 24 ...
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A crash has blocked the A229 near Cranbrook
A collision involving two cars and a lorry has shut the A229 near Cranbrook Common close to the London Lane junction. It is not yet known if anyone is injured or when the road will reopen. Read more: Tonbridge High Street has been blocked by an accident.
- Zborosky, Alfaro sit against Giants — possible trade announcements ...
Kootenay Ice GM Jeff Chynoweth indicates team is close to trading top-end 20-year-olds in radio interview on Sunday after sitting players.and more »
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Zak Zborosky sits in the press box at Western Financial Place during the Kootenay Ice's game against the Vancouver Giants on January 6, 2016. — image credit: Brad McLeod. by Brad McLeod - Cranbrook Daily Townsman; Cranbrook posted Jan 8, 2017 at ...and more »
- The results from the 2016 Cranbrook Christmas Bird Count ...
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Now that the 2016 Cranbrook Christmas Bird Count is largely complete, we can think about the results, thank the participants and prepare for the Kimberley ...and more »
- It Happened This Week In Cranbrook
PUBLIC MEETING … city council will make a report to the public. Tomorrow evening at 8.30 at the Auditorium a public meeting will be held at which the retiring mayor and council will make their annual report to the ratepayers and citizens generally. It ...
- Year in Review: July - September
Jared du Toit became a household name in Canada after a stellar performance at the PGA's RBC Canadian Open. — image credit: Submitted photo. by Trevor Crawley - Cranbrook Daily Townsman; posted Jan 6, 2017 at 11:44 AM. July 1. First Term City ...
- EKAS looking for volunteers
East Kootenay Adaptive Snowsports is putting out a call for volunteers to help instructors teach skiing and snowboarding to people with adaptive needs. The organization, headed by Al Watson, works with people with disabilities, whether it be physical ...
- Local climbers hit podium; off to World Cup
Noah Beek in action on the wall at the North American Championships in Durango, Colorado, in mid-December. — image credit: Photo courtesy Beek family. by Trevor Crawley - Cranbrook Daily Townsman; posted Jan 6, 2017 at 11:56 AM. Three Cranbrook ...
- IH reporting illness outbreak at Green Home
Interior Health is reporting an active facility outbreak of a gastrointestinal illness at the Dr. FW Green Home in Cranbrook. The illness was first reported on Dec. 29 and won't be lifted until 96 hours have passed since the last reported case. A ...
- Mediated Reality coming to Cranbrook
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Jesse Miller will be talking about digital citizenship at the Key City Theatre on January 12. — image credit: Photo submitted. by Contributed - Kootenay News Advertiser; Cranbrook posted Jan 6, 2017 at 8:00 AM. Cranbrook RCMP is teaming up with EK ...
- Kimberley Dynamiters look to stay hot in Cranbrook home game
After a lengthy eight-day break from hockey, the Kimberley Dynamiters return to the ice this weekend looking to continue their winning ways, having won their past eight in a row. The Kimberley Dynamiters (25-8-0-0) — top in the Eddie Mountain division ...and more »
- Avs men look to build off of strong November
After a miserable 0-4 start on the road in October, the men's Avs took the league by storm in the second half of the first semester. A 6-2 run brought the Avs to .500 and the fourth spot in the league. As they enter their second semester, they look ...and more »
- Kootenay Ice kick off three-game weekend at home
After a fairly easy portion of the schedule in which the Kootenay Ice (8-23-7-1) only played three games in 18 days, the team is back to the grind this weekend with three back-to-back. The Ice face the Spokane Chiefs (19-14-3-1) tonight at Western ...
- Harley raffle benefits Cranbrook Kimberley Hospice Society
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On Dec. 26 community members and elected officials representing both Cranbrook and Kimberley gathered to draw the three winners of the 2016 Harley-Davidson motorcycle raffle. — image credit: Photo submitted. by Contributed - Kootenay News Advertiser
- Cranbrook Herald
Volunteers praised in Honiton for community lunch
The team behind the Christmas Day Community Lunch at The Beehive, in Honiton, have been praised for their efforts. Share article from on facebook. Tweet article from. Share article from on Google Plus. post article from on reddit · email article from ...and more »
- Looking at the top stories of the year
The AAP process is Cranbrook's story of the year, as determined by the Cranbrook Townsman. — image credit: Townsman file photo. by Barry Coulter - Cranbrook Daily Townsman; posted Jan 3, 2017 at 9:11 AM. Looking back through our Year in Review ...
- CRTC ruling a boon for rural broadband - Cranbrook News
A ruling from a national regulatory body is mandating that high-speed internet as a universal service for all Canadians in rural and urban areas. The Canadian ...and more »
- CRTC ruling a boon for rural broadband
A ruling from a national regulatory body is mandating that high-speed internet as a universal service for all Canadians in rural and urban areas. The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced before Christmas that ...and more »
- Winter weather average for now
Though there has been plenty of the white stuff drifting from the skies over the last few days, there's nothing close to breaking any records, according to Environment Canada. It was a White Christmas, with 10.2 centimetres of snowfall on Dec. 24th ...
- Kootenay Ice end 2016 on a winning note
Kootenay Ice goalie Payton Lee robs Red Deer Rebels forward Cameron Hausinger on a first period two-on-none chance during their game on December 30, 2016. — image credit: Brad McLeod. 0 ...
- Kimberley Dynamiters sweep Christmas Classic series
The Kimberley Dynamiters were able to sweep their Christmas Classic series against the Fernie Ghostriders for the first time since 2011-12, with a 3-1 win at the filled to capacity Fernie Memorial Arena on Thursday night. It took until the later half ...
- KIJHL: Nitehawks edge Leafs in OT
The Nelson Leafs lost an intense New Year's Eve game against rival Beaver Valley on Saturday afternoon. — image credit: Tyler Harper photo. by Tyler Harper - Nelson Star; Nelson posted Dec 31, 2016 at 5:00 PM. Billy Gorn told his Leafs teammates it ...and more »
- Collision near Wardner closes highway for a while
A head on collision on Highway 3/95 east of the Wardner Bridge is currently under investigation by the Cranbrook RCMP and East Kootenay Traffic Services.. Cranbrook RCMP were called to a motor vehicle collision Thursday evening, Dec. 29, and the ...
- Harley raffle raises over $20000 for Hospice
More than $20,000 was raised for the Cranbrook Kimberley Hospice Society at Harley Davidson of the Kootenay's annual Harley Davidson motorcycle raffle, held Boxing Day in the Kimberley Platzl. Aaron Featherling of Cranbrook took first prize —winning a ...
- Dynamiters will play home game in Cranbrook
It's not something that happens very often, but the Kimberley Dynamiters will play their Friday, January 6, 2017 home game against the Beaver Valley Night Hawks in another town. The game will take place in the friendly confines of Memorial Arena in ...
- COs free tarped-up Bull Elk
Local Conservation Officers were able to tranquilize and free a bull elk with a tarp trapped in his antlers on Christmas Day. — image credit: BC Conservation Officer Service photo. posted Dec 29, 2016 at 11:21 AM. On the morning of December 25th ...
- Woman killed in collision near Moyie
A woman is dead and a man severely injured after a serious collision near Moyie, south of Cranbrook. RCMP are reporting that mid-morning on Wednesday, Dec. 28, a two-vehicle collision occurred on Highway 3/95, about 20 kilometres from Cranbrook.and more »
- What's behind December's avian oddities?
A very cold Sage Thrasher, an extremely rare bird sighting for the East Kootenay at this time of year. — image credit: Dean Nicholson photo. Ian Adams. And you may ask yourself, Well, how did I get here? (Talking Heads, from “Once in a Lifetime”). The ...and more »
- Chernove wins national cycling award
Tristen Chernove was named the Canadian Para-Cyclist of the Year following his triple-medal performance at the Rio Paralympics and his success on the World Cup circuit. — image credit: Submitted photo. posted Dec 28, 2016 at 8:38 AM. 2016 has been a ...
- Zborosky, Ice blow Hurricanes away at home
Ice forward Barrett Sheen delivers a blow to the face of Lethbridge Hurricanes forward Ryan Bowen during their first period fight on December 27, 2016. — image credit: Brad McLeod. by Brad McLeod - Cranbrook Daily Townsman; Cranbrook posted Dec 27, ...and more »
- Nitros clash with 'Riders in Christmas Classic
The weather outside may be way below freezing, but tonight at the Kimberley Civic Centre, the hockey is going to be red hot. The Dynamiters are hosting the first of the annual holiday home-and-home games against the Fernie Ghostriders, and with both ...
- Mayor Lee Pratt reflects on 2016
It was a year of change in Cranbrook as Mayor Lee Pratt and city councillors got the chance to put their stamp on the municipal landscape. From building a budget with their own vision to making a decision to rebuild the dam at Idlewild Lake to beefing ...
- The Morning Sun
PBS 'American Masters' film to focus on Cranbrook's Eero Saarinen
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Architect and former Cranbrook dean Eero Saarinen will be the focus of an film airing Tuesday, Dec. 27 on PBS.and more »
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A Cranbrook cafe brought some Christmas cheer to those living with dementia
A new cafe in Cranbrook has brought song, dance and Christmas cheer to those living with dementia. People with various stages of dementia have been meeting at the Cranbrook Memory Lane Cafe to bring back cherished memories by joining in sing-songs ...
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Cranbrook RCMP detail rescue of Alberta family in Christmas poem
Two officers at the Cranbrook, B.C. RCMP detachment took a creative approach to explaining how an Alberta family got lost using a GPS “shortcut.” On Friday, Const. Katie Forgeron and Staff Sgt. Lee provided information in a news release modelled after ...
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- Heid-Out launches Hellroaring
Brewmaster Jordon Aasland, Piper Angus Beaton and staff at the HeidOut Brewhouse and Restaurant marked the launch of a new dark ale — Hellroaring Scottish Ale — Thursday, Dec. 22 in Cranbrook. — image credit: Barry Coulter. East Kootenay ...
- Cranbrook property protected as part of $1-million conservation commitment
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The Nature Conservancy of Canada was instrumental in helping province acquire 0.6 hectares at Elizabeth Lake Conservation area near Cranbrook. A Cranbrook area property home to a wide variety of wildlife has been acquired by the Province, thanks to a ...and more »
- IIOBC forwards report to crown
The IIOBC has forwarded a report to crown counsel in regards to an RCMP officer-involved shooting in Castlegar last year. — image credit: Submitted photo. by Trevor Crawley - Cranbrook Daily Townsman; posted Dec 22, 2016 at 1:24 PM. A report from a ...
- Santa's annual Christmas Eve tour of Cranbrook confirmed
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Santa is getting ready to tour the city this coming Christmas Eve. Check the times for when St. Nick will be in your neighbourhood. — image credit: Photo submitted. 0. by Contributed - Kootenay News Advertiser; posted Dec 21, 2016 at 2:00 PM. One of ...and more »
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