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RCMP are reporting a stabbing incident at the Shambhala Music Festival on Friday, July 22.
Canadian comedian is back on tour, with a new memoir that is a comedic map of the country
The Cranbrook Health Care Auxiliary presented Edith Rose and Margaret Westrup with bouquets of roses and certificates of appreciation for their 100th birthdays.
Chronicles of Boundary Country from the pages of The Ledge (Greenwood); Vol: 31, No. 15 – Nov. 6, 1924
The Boundary Helping Hands Feline Rescue Society will have a new home — at last — and this time it will permanent
With the Russian invasion of Ukraine ongoing, a group of concerned Cranbrook…
Avalanche Canada put out the notice Feb. 10, effective immediately and running through Feb. 13.
Warm temperatures and lots of sunshine are expected for the coming weekend, which will have a destabilizing effect on the snowpack
Tadakiyo Kaneiri, passes away 32 years after the launch of Tournament
Andrew Boden’s new book — “The Secret History Of My Hometown” — looks at the what-ifs of a counterfactual reality
RCMP say they are investigating
“The 2013 incorporation of this ‘town with no citizens,’ (with an appointed mayor and council), was an affront to all residents of British Columbia,”
Because of Golden Life’s policy that visitors must be fully vaccinated, Canada Post will not deliver mail to seniors care and assisted living facilities
Mental wellness of Ktunaxa youth and young adults is a particular concern, Nation says
Cranbrook RCMP Detachment is launching new initiative for residents in Cranbrook
Two Calgary men were arrested for fraudulent sales of RV camping lots, cabin lots and dock spaces
“Maybe not revolutionary, but evolutionary … bands have had to really shift their thinking”
13 cats and kittens rescued from a Creston property last month are getting a new lease on life at the SPCA in Cranbrook.
RCMP separate two brawling gangs; several bikers went to hospital with apparent stab wounds; one group escorted out of town
“These are, we might say, febrile times.”