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Barry Coulter

Barry Coulter

I have been Editor of the Cranbrook Townsman since 1998.

Phone
250-426-5201 ext. 5605
Email
barry.coulter@cranbrooktownsman.com

Recent Work by Barry

The life and times of William Constable

The life and times of William Constable

Creston’s Centennial Citizen has been actively involved in history — at home and abroad
Province buys Cranbrook motel for supportive housing

Province buys Cranbrook motel for supportive housing

Fort Steele’s historic Locomotive 1077 suspended for safety review

Fort Steele’s historic Locomotive 1077 suspended for safety review

Suspension of operations were unnecessary, some staff say
East Kootenay athletes attend all-star basketball tournament in Creston

East Kootenay athletes attend all-star basketball tournament in Creston

Whirling disease threatens fish in Kootenays

Whirling disease threatens fish in Kootenays

CKISS urges anglers to prevent introduction whirling disease in Central Kootenay
The rise of Burlesque: Unself-censored self-expression

The rise of Burlesque: Unself-censored self-expression

Queen City Burlesque’s Burlesque Expo set for Nelson this weekend, March 15, 16
Sweeping avalanche warning issued for B.C., Alberta

Sweeping avalanche warning issued for B.C., Alberta

Special avalanche warning in effect until March 4; Avalanche Canada says human-triggered avalanches remain likely
‘Cran-Ukrainians’ putting down roots in community

‘Cran-Ukrainians’ putting down roots in community

Almost two years after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Shelter For Ukrainians has helped many find safe haven in the area
Groundbreaking B.C. chemist Edith Rose still working for your health at 102

Groundbreaking B.C. chemist Edith Rose still working for your health at 102

Canada’s first female cereal chemist still volunteering at Cranbrook’s East Kootenay Regional Hospital
Firearms, ammo seized in Creston operation; man arrested

Firearms, ammo seized in Creston operation; man arrested

Creston RCMP and the Southeast District ERT carried out an investigation into alleged crimes against a person involving the use of a firearm on Jan. 5
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