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Columbia Valley RCMP arrests two in attempted B&E

Two suspects are in custody following an attempted break-and-enter in the Columbia Valley. Police said they got a report of a possible break-and-enter about to happen. Officers went to the location and found a man and a woman. Police said footprints by the door to the residence were matching the two people. They...

Remediation work continues following Jaffray diesel spill

Crews are continuing their clean-up work following a spill of about 12,000 litres of diesel fuel in Jaffray. According to officials with the Regional District of East Kootenay, the efforts to recover diesel and water contaminants from the recovery trench are ongoing. RDEK staff said the responsible party and Environmental Consultant...

KIJHL mourning death of Princeton Posse assistant coach

The KIJHL has confirmed the death of the Princeton Posse's assistant coach. Morton Johnston died in a motor vehicle accident on Sunday. The 25-year-old was from Princeton and played for the Posse from 2014-2018 before joining the coaching staff. "He was a tenacious and energetic player and beloved teammate," said KIJHL officials...

Bucks’ first round match-up undecided going into final weekend

The Cranbrook Bucks are playoff bound and set to finish comfortably in second place in the Interior Division. However, they don't know their first-round matchup yet as the Interior Division is incredibly close. Five teams are fighting for the third spot in the Interior this weekend. The Bucks will face the seventh...

Handshake Holdings to present Galloway Lands open house

Handshake Holdings is hosting a pair of open house events about a new land use amendment application for the Galloway Lands. The event will go ahead at the Fernie Seniors Center from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Mar. 30 and again on Apr 1. The company said it has brought...

B.C.’s finance minister meets with Cranbrook’s business community

B.C.'s Minister of Finance Katrine Conroy was in Cranbrook on Friday to talk about the provincial budget with members of the Chamber of Commerce. Conroy spoke about funding that will be allocated to communities throughout B.C. "From infrastructure connectivity to emergency preparedness, these investments will make a positive difference for people,...
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