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Cranbrook Public Works crews fixing water leak along Highway 3

Part of the southbound lane along Highway 3 in Cranbrook will be closed for most of the day on Wednesday while crews fix a water main leak. City officials said the leak was found near the Prestige Inn, by the intersection with 3rd Avenue. Both southbound lanes are closed while crews...

Strong opening weekend for Columbia Valley Rockies

Last weekend was the start of the regular season for both the KIJHL and the BCHL. All of our teams had games, but none had a stronger first weekend than the Columbia Valley Rockies. The Rockies beat the Spokane Chiefs handily on Friday winning 7-0. They followed it up the next night...

Moir park closed temporarily for winterization

Moir Park will have partial closures for a few days as crews winterize the park's irrigation system. City of Cranbrook crews will be blowing out the water lines. The work will be happening between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. It will not affect any scheduled activities with user groups. The gates to...

Suspected grenade found and safely disarmed in Sparwood

Elk Valley RCMP helped dispose of a suspected hand grenade that was turned in to police. Police officials said a resident came into the Sparwood detachment on Friday to turn over some drug material and a suspected explosive device. The items were found at an address along Juniper Crescent in Sparwood,...

Cranbrook closes Memorial Arena due to structural concerns

The City of Cranbrook has closed the Memorial Arena following the discovery of rotting wood in the building's roof structure. City officials said this comes as a contracted professional engineering firm found internal decay in the beams and delamination of the wood beam structure, inside and outside the building. "The City...

Consumer bankruptcies in Kootenays still below pre-pandemic levels

The number of people declaring bankruptcy in the Kootenays remained below pre-pandemic levels last year, but according to the research wing of Selkirk College, that is not expected to continue. Researcher Jayme Jones of Selkirk Innovates said there were 56 consumer bankruptcies in 2022 compared to 83 in 2021, 75...
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