During his tenure, Walls has led College of the Rockies through a host of significant milestones including a celebration of the College’s fortieth anniversary
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The Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy presented the Climate & Energy Action Awards. The City of Cranbrook received an Honourable Mention
Pacific Coastal 25th Annual Charity Golf Tournament raised a total of $65,000
Dave Butler will be launching his new book, Full Curl, on Saturday, September 30 at the HeidOut in downtown Cranbrook
St. Eugene will host their second writers conference, gathering award winning Canadian authors to lead three- and four-day workshops for writers
The Ktunaxa Nation Council is set to install solar arrays on the rooftop of the Ktunaxa Nation Government Building in Cranbrook
See the highlights from Columbia Basin Trust's 2016/17 Annual Service Plan Report
EKC helped established the CDCF endowment fund to benefit the Salvation Army’s Soup Kitchen in 2004.
The new, two-story facility will be 12,500 square feet—some 3,800 square feet larger than its previous space.
The floral business is blooming for MJ's Floral Boutique with a new storefront, walk-in cooler and private office for consultations.
College of the Rockies haul truck driving instructor shares his pet peeves on the road and tips for safe driving.by Jillian Clark
Stephen Wik buys print business from father Don Wik, merges it with Murray's Office Plus.
The Ktunaxa Nation announces that as of June 20, 2017 the St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino is once again solely owned by the four Ktunaxa communities.by Jesse Nicholas, Communications Manager, Ktunaxa Nation Council
The former Firehall, built in 1931 or so, was on the market for several years and was listed with Philip Jones, of Royal LePage East Kootenay Realty, Cranbrook.
Walls encouraged graduates to, in contrast to some world events, approach each other with kindness and a caring for our future and the future of our communities
Based in Cranbrook, B.C., Eagle Plains continues to conduct research, acquire and explore mineral projects throughout western Canada.
The Kootenay ICE Hockey Club have signed James Patrick to a three-year contract as the new head coach of the team and 8th in Franchise history.
Called Wildhorse Surgical, the new professional offices will be home to Dr. Robert Mondin and Dr. Ryan Cain.
New development highlights investor confidence