Tag Archives: Cranbrook

New manager at Blue Lake Centre

You may recognize the new face taking the lead at Blue Lake Centre. Todd Hebert has returned to Blue Lake as Executive Director after an 11-year hiatus. Hebert was Executive Director from 1987 until 2003. During his time at Blue … > 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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Home Energy Renovation Workshops upcoming

Homeowners, are you interested in saving money on your energy bill this winter? Are you considering home energy renovations? The East Kootenay Energy Diet is hosting workshops in Sparwood, Invermere, Kimberley and Cranbrook to discuss home energy efficient upgrades and showcase … > Read More

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Late goal lifts Oil Kings over ICE

Andrew Koep’s two-goal performance, including a game-winner inside the final four minutes, helped the Edmonton Oil Kings to a 4-2 victory over the Kootenay ICE Saturday at Rexall Place. Koep, making his Western Hockey League debut, fired a shot home … > Read More

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A eulogy for Seth Martin of the immortal Smoke Eaters

Perceptions by Gerry Warner “Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, The game is over. The final buzzer has sounded. Seth Martin has left the ice.” Like many others at the Seth Martin memorial, that was the first time my eyes moistened … > 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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Clock Tower Square project begins Monday


Construction and additional beautification of the Clock Tower Square on Baker Street in Cranbrook is set to begin on Monday. Public Works crews will begin by removing the existing paving stones, trees and portions of city sidewalk along Baker Street … > Read More

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Public info forum on Radon Sept. 29

Monday, September 29, College of the Rockies – Continuing Education and Contract Training and the Canadian Cancer Society are partnering to offer a free, Radon Public Information Forum. Radon exposure is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers and … > Read More

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Park on Us today

The Cranbrook and Kimberley United Way and the downtown Cranbrook business community have teamed up to provide free parking today – all with the eye to raise money. Organizers of Park on Us, running today (Sept. 19) in Cranbrook, say … > Read More

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Two men killed in industrial accident

The BC Coroners Service has confirmed the identity of two men who died following an industrial motor vehicle incident near Cranbrook on Sept. 16. They are Murray Neil Fadden, aged 36, of Dryden, Ontario, and Larry John Chorneyko, aged 58, … > Read More

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