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The annual shutdown of the Aquatic Center at Western Financial Place will begin earlier than scheduled this year and does not have a defined end date at this time.
Starting in 2002, the survey has been conducted every two years to monitor changes in substance use patterns, attitudes and behaviors amongst East Kootenay youth.
Folks are falling for these scams: “No Government agency or reputable company will ever ask anyone to pay with gift cards in lieu of their fines”
Flags at half-mast after remains of 215 children discovered near Kamloops
Our feathered friends in action, as captured on camera by local photographers
Couple were killed near Cranbrook in a case of mistaken identity; murder trial underway in Vancouver
A “new, ancient” technology is helping out in the fight against invasive plants
Volunteers are the heart of the RDEK’s rural communities. If you know…
Volume increase to aid migration and spawning conditions for endangered white sturgeon in the Kootenai River
The work of photographers in the Kootenay Advertiser throughout 2021. Part XI. With links to Parts I-X
Collaboration between the Ktunaxa, IH, UBC and UVIC gets grant from the Canadian Institutes for Health Research.
The work of local photographers in the Kootenay Advertiser in 2021. Part X. With links to Parts I-IX
Doctors have noticed that during the pandemic some patients have not been not keeping on top of their medical care.
The work of local photographers printed in the East Kootenay Advertiser throughout 2021. Part VIII
Collision happened early Monday morning, March 22
Once again we are forced to move our clocks ahead. Plus, a brief history of Daylight Savings Time in the East Kootenay
Joe Pierre has been voted in as Nasuʔkin (chief) of ʔaq̓am, following…
The work of local photographers printed in the East Kootenay Advertiser throughout 2020. Part VII
The Cranbrook Hotel is the city’s oldest hotel and one of its oldest buildings.
48 % of players are 19 or older, which means nearly half of the BCHL’s players are ineligible to practice with their team