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How is unclear but why is obvious

Kootenay Crust By Ian Cobb Op-Ed Commentary Journalists are trained to obtain the five Ws (who, what, when, where and why) as well as ‘how’…

A letter home for Christmas

Kootenay Crust By Ian Cobb Op-Ed Commentary Dear Mom: It’s Day 287 of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s two days before Christmas. The shutdowns and closures…

A salute to a retiring officer

e-KNOW editorial By Ian Cobb Today marks a new era in policing in Kimberley. Today is Sgt. Chris Newel’s final day as Kimberley RCMP Detachment…

At the most delicate of crossroads

Kootenay Crust By Ian Cobb Op-Ed Commentary Welcome to the great crossroads – 2020. As we go about our business today – day 237 of…

Summer in the East Kootenay 2020

We’re a bit early, as summer doesn’t officially end until tomorrow, but 2020 has been one of the weirder and more annoying years in a…

Canada/US border must remain closed

e-KNOW Editorial By Ian Cobb Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is refusing to head to Washington D.C. today (July 7) for a two-day ‘celebration’ of…