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$1.4 Million Grant to Support Affordable Housing Project in Fernie
The BC Government is aiding in the construction of homes for 14 families in Fernie.
"Critical Medical Issue" Leads to Fatal Collision in Kimberley
Kimberley RCMP have announced that an 87-year-old woman was killed in a collision Friday afternoon.
RCMP Investigating Incident Near Joseph Creek in Cranbrook
Cranbrook RCMP are on scene Tuesday morning near Joseph Creek after a passerby reported to have seen a body in McKinnon Park.
Pool Dehumidification Project at WFP Results in "Significant Energy and Cost Savings"
The City of Cranbrook's retrofit of Western Financial Place's pool dehumidification system in 2017 has resulted in nearly $35,000 in savings.
Cranbrook Group to Formulate Plan for Age-Friendly Infrastructure & Program Communications
With 719 surveys completed by residents of Cranbrook, the committee looks to turn the feedback they received into actions.
Donations Returned After Poppy Box Stolen from Invermere Tim Horton's
The suspect has been banned from entering the Tim Horton's in Invermere after allegedly stealing the poppy donation box.
Kootenay ICE Look to Snap Five-Game Losing Skid at Home Tuesday
Playing three games in three days over the long weekend, the Kootenay ICE extended their losing streak to five games but will hope to snap the streak Tuesday against Regina.
Help Line Open to East Kootenay Residents with Alzheimer's and Dementia
Officials with the First Link Dementia Helpline say no one should have to suffer through Alzheimer's or dementia alone.
Free Blood Pressure Clinic in Cranbrook Being Hosted by College of the Rockies Students
The future nurses of the East Kootenay will be administering free blood pressure tests on Thursday, November 22.
Only 64% of British Columbian Drivers Using Snow Tires This Winter
While the numbers are going up, about one-third of vehicles travelling BC's roads this winter will not be properly equipped to handle the winter conditions.
Second Child Removal Trial for James Oler Scheduled for April 2019
Oler is alleged to have taken a teenager across international borders to be married to a church leader.
New RDEK Board Sworn Into Office, Chair and Vice Chair Elected
The Regional District of East Kootenay Board of Directors were officially sworn into office as Rob Gay and Clara Reinhardt were both elected as Chair and Vice Chair of the new RDEK Board.
Former Kimberley Landfill to Undergo Official Closure
While the old dump is no longer in operation, the Regional District of East Kootenay says it never went through a formal closure process.
SD5 School Board Officially Sworn Into Office
A couple of new additions to the Southeast Kootenay School District will help to shape the region's $65-million annual budgets.
Postal Workers in Kimberley & Elk Valley on Strike Friday, Cranbrook's Walkout "Went Really Well"
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says a nationwide strike is a "high probability" next week.
Kootenay ICE Ready for Three-Game Weekend Against Edmonton, Saskatoon, Calgary
The Kootenay ICE jump back into a busy Western Hockey League schedule this weekend as the team gets set to play three games in as many days, including two at home Friday and Saturday.