Sally Macdonald

Ktunaxa hopeful Tsilhqot’in Supreme Court decision will have Jumbo implications

The Ktunaxa Nation Council is determining how a landmark decision will affect its appeal against Jumbo Glacier Resort.

Invermere deer advocate charged in Kimberley trap tampering incident

Devin Kazakoff of the Invermere Deer Protection Society was released from custody in Cranbrook on Feb. 27

Ktunaxa event explains importance of Qat’muk

The spirit of Jumbo Valley celebrated by Ktunaxa Nation

UPDATE: Distraught male at centre of police incident at Nomad Motel

Highway 3 closed through Cranbrook during RCMP incident at local motel

Manslaughter case delayed

A Windermere man will have to wait a little longer to learn when he will go to trial on charges of manslaughter

Cranbrook to cull 30 urban deer

Cranbrook announces second cull of up to 30 mule deer to be carried out

Man charged in Invermere death released on bail

The Radium Hot Springs man charged in the April 2012 death of Cory Jarock in Invermere has been released on bail.

Regional district grapples with carbon neutrality

The Kootenay governments spend about $11 million a year on energy — to heat buildings, power lights, and move their vehicles.

Storm warning: climate change experts weigh in

Two climate change experts were in the East Kootenay last week to urge Columbia Basin residents to get informed.

Temperatures rising in Columbia Valley

The average annual temperature in the Columbia Basin is expected to rise about 2.3 degrees Celsius by 2050.

Calgary woman killed by flying rock in Canal Flats

Young mother hit by airborne rock from passing truck

New federal riding to include Nelson

Nelson could be part of the East Kootenay for the next federal election under proposed changes to district boundaries.

Board keeps Jumbo Glacier Resort status quo

The regional district still wants the province to look after land-use decisions for the proposed resort.

Columbia Basin Trust moves Lot 48 one step closer to protection

A one-of-a-kind property on the eastern shores of Columbia Lake has moved one step closer to conservation.