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Sparwood seeking feedback on 2023 Municipal Report

Sparwood residents can provide feedback on the district's 2023 Annual Municipal Report before it is presented in council chambers. The report details Sparwood's notable highlights throughout the year, such as the completion of Centennial Plaza and the Timbers affordable housing project. District officials said the document will be open for comment...

Update: Missing woman found

Update: The Cranbrook RCMP has confirmed that the missing woman has been found safe. Original: The Cranbrook RCMP is asking for the public's help in locating Chyna Thomson. She was reported missing on May 22 but was last seen on May 20 at the Motel 6 in Cranbrook. The 26-year-old was wearing...

Environmental group welcomes old growth protection, hopes for more action

Wildsight, a local environmental activist group, said B.C.'s newly unveiled Old Growth Action Plan is a welcomed change, but urgent action is still needed. The Provincial Government outlined the next steps toward better forest care and job security for B.C.'s forest sector. This will include the following: establishing the $1-billion Tripartite...

Cranbrook pitcher helping the Bandits before college season in Ohio

Cranbrook's Edyn Barber is back in town helping the team he originally played for. He said his time with the Cranbrook Bandits will help him coach the current team. "I remember it all," he said. "The stuff I did wrong, the stuff I can help out the kids with and I want...

Kimberley firefighters take down out Sullivan Landing fire

Kimberley firefighters have snuffed out a woodland fire near Sullivan Landing in Townsite. City officials said Kimberley Fire Department crews sprung into action shortly before 5 p.m. on Tuesday. The team took down the blaze and some members remained on the scene to monitor for any lasting hot spots. The cause of...

Kimberley begins annual paving program

Crews with the City of Kimberley will be working on roads through the community over the coming weeks as the annual paving program gets underway. City officials said this year's paving program began on Tuesday, with work set to focus mainly on neighbourhood roads and the Kimberley Cemetery. Officials anticipate minimal...
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