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Fourth annual Celebration for Peace best ever

Rotary Park was abuzz with music, song, and dance; everyone honouring United Nations International Day of Peace on the stellar last day of summer, Sept. 21, in our beautiful City of Cranbrook nestled in the breath-taking setting of the surrounding … > Read More

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Ron Popoff seeking seat on city council

A long-time city service club member and health inspector is throwing his hat into the ring to run for City of Cranbrook council in the Nov. 15 election. Ron Popoff, a 25-year Cranbrook resident, announced Sept. 29 that he would … > Read More

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Nomination period for local elections starts Tuesday

Potential candidates for Mayor, Council and School Trustee will be able to submit their nomination papers for the 2014 Local Government Election as of 9 a.m. Tuesday, September 30. The deadline for nominations is 4 p.m. on Friday, October 10. … > Read More

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Low Flow Toilet Rebate Program hits 1,000

Another 200 water guzzling bathroom fixtures have been removed from the City of Cranbrook water system in 2014, thanks to the Low Flow Toilet Rebate program. The final $50 rebate was issued last week, officially bringing the 2014 program to a … > Read More

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City transitioning to new traffic light system

In a bid to improve the City of Cranbrook’s traffic flow and safety, the city is transitioning from in-ground weight sensors to high tech camera sensors at intersections. City Trades Manager Tony Hetu Sept. 23 welcomed local media to check out … > Read More

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Mayor presents community update at chamber luncheon

By Mayor Wayne Stetski City of Cranbrook Mayor Wayne Stetski was the guest speaker at the Cranbrook and District Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon September 17. The following is a transcript of the speech he delivered to the packed Heritage … > Read More

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Sharon Cross seeking re-election

First-term City of Cranbrook Councillor Sharon Cross is running for re-election this November. Cross previously worked in economic research, broadcasting and educational administration. Currently, she manages Joseph Cross’s Art Studio. In the past three years, Cross stated in a media release … > Read More

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Celebrating the abundance of the season

The Cranbrook Public Produce Garden has enjoyed a productive third season. This garden is as much a community building and education asset as it is an accessible and productive source for harvesting your own local, healthy food. The Cranbrook Food … > Read More

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King Street xing work next week

Canadian Pacific Railway will be doing work on its railway crossing in Cranbrook at King Street starting on Monday September 22 and ending on Friday, Sept. 26. The crossing will be closed to regular traffic for the duration of the … > Read More

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Construction of training facility for CFES continues

Construction work continues this week on the new fire training facility going up at the Cranbrook Fire & Emergency Services hall, with delivery of the metal required to finish the project made earlier this week. The three-storey facility is designed … > Read More

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