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B.C. Wildfire Service Continues Monitoring, Treating Two Fires of Note in East Kootenay
The B.C. Wildfire Service continues to monitor wildfires across the East Kootenay, although only two are of note in the region.
Kootenay ICE to Play Annual Black/White Game in Kimberley
The annual Kootenay ICE Black/White Game will be held at Kimberley's Civic Centre this year as part of Training Camp.
Cranbrook RCMP Report Twice As Many Thefts Last Week As Normal
The detachment says 23 thefts occurred in Cranbrook between August 7-14.
Nominations for Vacant Cranbrook City Council Seat Now Available
Anyone interested in running for office this fall can pick up their nomination packages from city hall.
BC Government Makes First Steps Towards $15/Hour Minimum Wage
The province hopes to have minimum wage earners making $15/hour by 2021.
Local Wildlife Groups Mixed on Banning Grizzly Bear Trophy Hunting
The East Kootenay Wildlife Association and Wildsight both agree on the matter in principle, but believe more needs to be done.
Number of Wildfires in East Kootenay Falls Significantly
A combination of successful fire fighting efforts and the recent weather means a drastic drop in the number of wildfires in the region.
Local Columbia Valley Corporation Debunks "Sophisticated" Fraud Attempt
A corporation in the Columbia Valley avoided a "sophisticated" fraud attempt over the weekend, claims RCMP.
Cranbrook RCMP Investigating Impaired Collision Monday
Police say the incident occurred on a busy intersection of Cranbrook.
City of Kimberley Cuts Back Kimberley-to-Cranbrook Transit Expansion
The number of commuter trips between the two cities will not increase on Mondays.
Kootenay ICE Release Training Camp Schedules & Roster
The Western Hockey League season is just around the corner, as the Kootenay ICE gear up to take the ice at Western Financial Place for Training Camp.
B.C. Banning Grizzly Bear Trophy Hunting
Effective Nov. 30, 2017, the British Columbia government will end grizzly bear trophy hunting throughout the province.
Driver Allegedly Goes 180 km/hr East of Cranbrook, East Kootenay Traffic Services Asking for Public's Help
Police know little about the suspect at this time.
Rain, Cooler Temperatures Reduces East Kootenay Fire Danger Rating to 'Low-to-Moderate'
UPDATE (2:45 pm): BC Wildfire Service has updated fire danger figures for the province.
UPDATE: Evacuation Alert Lifted for Island Pond Wildfire by RDEK
The Regional District of East Kootenay has lifted the Island Pond Fire Evacuation Alert.
UPDATE: Speeding Vehicle Evades Police in Fernie and Cranbrook Before Crashing Outside City
A speeding vehicle that allegedly reached speeds of 160 and 190 km/h was eventually stopped outside of Cranbrook following a crash in a highway ditch and several attempts by police to pull over the driver.