- Dead Kokanee discovered in Lake Koocanusa
- Breaking the ice in Alaska
- Grand Forks on evacuation alert
- City looks to create asbestos registry
- Cranbrook roadwork being completed
- Cranbrook cowgirl takes top prize at Calgary Stampede 4-H Rodeo
- Philp's perseverance earns NHL opportunity with Flyers
- Invasives for sale
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Lower water temperatures and areas of the lake with dissolved oxygen are likely causes, according to a fisheries biologist.
Alaskans warm up to B.C. mines minister but still demand concrete assurances
So-called ember showers from a Washington state wildfire could ignite flames north of the border.
A letter regarding asbestos prompted plans to create a registry of locations asbestos can still be found within city buildings.
The City of Cranbrook is near the completion of its road paving program for the year.