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Bowen Byram was selected fourth overall by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. Trevor Crawley/Cranbrook Townsman

Cranbrook defenceman drafted by Colorado Avalanche

Bowen Byram top WHL defenceman was selected fourth overall in the NHL Entry Draft

Bowen Byram was selected fourth overall by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. Trevor Crawley/Cranbrook Townsman
Team Cotter winners of the 2019 BC Men’s Curling Championship. Photo provided by Curl BC

Cranbrook to host BC women’s, men’s curling championships

Top curling teams to battle for provincial championship in the Kootenays in 2020

Team Cotter winners of the 2019 BC Men’s Curling Championship. Photo provided by Curl BC
Man is pleading for help after his puppies were stolen out of a house on May 11. Photo submitted

‘They are like my kids’: Litter of puppies stolen from Kootenay man’s home

Angelo Polh says a litter of puppies were taken from his home while he was away on May 11.

Man is pleading for help after his puppies were stolen out of a house on May 11. Photo submitted
Rock Creek family inspiration for new boxing event

Rock Creek family inspiration for new boxing event

Rock Creek will host some of the best provincial boxers at Rumble in Rock Creek

Rock Creek family inspiration for new boxing event
Kootenay hockey team missing $30,000, blames ‘trusted volunteer’

Kootenay hockey team missing $30,000, blames ‘trusted volunteer’

Cranbrook hockey team is travelling to Japan in 12 days for international hockey tournament

Kootenay hockey team missing $30,000, blames ‘trusted volunteer’
Kootenay Ice players salute the crowd after a 5-4 win over the Red Deer Rebels in its last-ever game in Cranbrook on Sunday afternoon. Trevor Crawley photo.

Kootenay Ice finish 21-year-run in Cranbrook with emotional win

The Ice ended with a 5-4 win against the Red Deer Rebels, before they relocate to Winnipeg

Kootenay Ice players salute the crowd after a 5-4 win over the Red Deer Rebels in its last-ever game in Cranbrook on Sunday afternoon. Trevor Crawley photo.
WHL comissioner Ron Robison, along with Kootenay Ice owners Greg Fettes and Matt Cockell formally announced a franchise relocation to Winnipeg Tuesday morning in Cranbrook.

WHL formally announces Kootenay Ice move to Winnipeg

Cranbrook-based major-junior hockey franchise on the move to Manitoba after 21 seasons

WHL comissioner Ron Robison, along with Kootenay Ice owners Greg Fettes and Matt Cockell formally announced a franchise relocation to Winnipeg Tuesday morning in Cranbrook.
WHL team Kootenay Ice to announce move to Winnipeg

WHL team Kootenay Ice to announce move to Winnipeg

Rumours have been swirling for months about the WHL club’s move to Manitoba at the end of the season

WHL team Kootenay Ice to announce move to Winnipeg